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Number of items: 29.

A

Althaus, Catherine and Tedds, Lindsay M and McAVoy, Allen (2011): The feasibility of implementing a congestion charge on the Halifax Peninsula: filling the 'Missing Link' of implementation. Published in: Canadian Public Policy , Vol. 37, No. 4 (2011)

B

Bell, Peter (2012): Goodness of fit test for the multifractal model of asset returns.

Bell, Peter (2012): Corporate investment decisions under asymmetric information and uncertainty.

Bell, Peter N (2012): Government spending in a model where debt effects output gap.

Bell, Peter N (2012): Corporate investment decisions under asymmetric information and uncertainty.

Bell, Peter N (2013): New Testing Procedures to Assess Market Efficiency with Trading Rules.

Bell, Peter N (2014): Farmland Ownership Restrictions: Between a Rock and a Hard Place.

Bell, Peter N (2014): Farmland Ownership Policy: Technical Paper.

Bell, Peter N (2014): Optimal Use of Put Options in a Stock Portfolio.

Bell, Peter N (2014): The variance-minimizing hedge with put options.

Bell, Peter N (2015): Comment on Mahmoodzadeh’s Tick Size Change in the Wholesale Foreign Exchange Market.

Bell, Peter N (2015): Mineral exploration as a game of chance.

Bell, Peter N (2015): Returns to tail hedging.

Bell, Peter N and Lui, Brian and Brekke, Alex (2012): Overlapping ETF: Pair trading between two gold stocks.

Bell, Peter N (2014): A Method for Experimental Events that Break Cointegration: Counterfactual Simulation.

Bell, Peter Newton (2014): Design of Financial Derivatives: Statistical Power does not Ensure Risk Management Power.

Bell, Peter Newton (2014): Book Review – Rethinking Housing Bubbles.

Bell, Peter Newton (2014): Choosing put option parameters based on quantiles from the distribution of portfolio value.

Bell, Peter Newton (2014): Effects of streaming loans for commodity producers.

C

Compton, Ryan and Sandler, Daniel and NIcholls, Christopher and Tedds, Lindsay M. (2011): Insider reporting obligations and options backdating. Published in: Banking and Finance Law Review , Vol. 25, No. 3 (2011)

Compton, Ryan and Sandler, Daniel and Tedds, Lindsay M. (2010): Options backdating: a Canadian perspective. Published in: Canadian Business Law Journal , Vol. 47, No. 3 (2010): pp. 329-362.

Compton, Ryan and Sandler, Daniel and Tedds, Lindsay M. (2010): Backdating, tax evasion, and the unintended consequences of Canadian tax reform. Published in: Tax Notes International , Vol. 59, No. 9 (2010): p. 671.

D

DeVaro, Jed and Farnham, Martin (2010): Two Perspectives on Multiskilling and Product Market Volatility.

G

Giles, David E..A. and Tedds, Lindsay M. and Werkneh, Gugsa (2002): The Canadian Underground and Measured Economies: Granger Causality Results. Published in: Applied Economics , Vol. 18, No. 34 (2002): pp. 2347-2352.

T

Tedds, Lindsay (1998): What Goes Up Must Come Down (But Not Necessarily at the Same Rate): Testing for Asymmetry in New Zealand Time Series. Published in: New Zealand Economic Papers , Vol. 32, (1998): pp. 41-58.

Tedds, Lindsay (2007): Estimating the Income Reporting Function for the Self-Employed. Published in: Empirical Economics , Vol. 38, No. 3 (2010): pp. 669-687.

Tedds, Lindsay (2007): Keeping it off the Books: An Empirical Investigation of Firms that Engage in Tax Evasion. Published in: Applied Economics , Vol. 42, (2010): pp. 2459-2473.

Tedds, Lindsay M. and Compton, Ryan and Morrison, Caitlin and Nicholls, Christopher and Sandler, Daniel (2012): Learning to play by the disclosure rules: accuracy of insider reports in Canada, 1996-2010.

Tedds, Lindsay M. and Rehavi, M. Marit (2011): Special report: tax time -- a workshop on recent research in applied public finance. Published in: Canadian Tax Journal , Vol. 59, No. 4 (2011)

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