Bad Data Can Make Us Smarter
At the Western Finance Association meeting this summer, I heard a presentation of an interesting paper titled "...and the Cross-Section of Expected Returns," by Campbell Harvey, Yan Liu and Heqing Zhu. The paper is sort of a finance version of the famous 2005 paper by John Ioannidis, "Why Most Published Research Findings are False."
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