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19 December 2001

Hirshleifer, David and Teoh, Siew Hong (2001): Herd Behavior and Cascading in Capital Markets: A Review and Synthesis. Published in: European Financial Management , Vol. 9, No. 1 (March 2003): pp. 25-66.

11 October 2004

Hirshleifer, David and Lim, Sonya S. and Teoh, Siew Hong (2004): Disclosure to a Credulous Audience: The Role of Limited Attention.

15 March 2006

Hirshleifer, David and Lim, Sonya Seongyeon and Teoh, Siew Hong (2006): Driven to distraction: Extraneous events and underreaction to earnings news.

1 April 2007

Hou, Kewei and Hirshleifer, David and Teoh, Siew Hong (2007): The Accrual Anomaly: Risk or Mispricing?

5 May 2007

Dong, Ming and Hirshleifer, David and Teoh, Siew Hong (2007): Stock market misvaluation and corporate investment.

15 June 2007

Hirshleifer, David and Teoh, Siew Hong and Yu, Jeff Jiewei (2007): Do short-sellers arbrtrage accrual-based return anomalies?

23 September 2007

Hirshleifer, David and Hou, Kewei and Teoh, Siew Hong (2007): Accruals and Aggregate Stock Market Returns.

14 June 2008

Hirshleifer, David and Teoh, Siew Hong (2008): Thought and Behavior Contagion in Capital Markets.

16 June 2008

Hirshleifer, David and Teoh, Siew Hong (2008): Thought and Behavior Contagion in Capital Markets.

11 March 2009

Hirshleifer, David and Teoh, Siew Hong (2009): The Psychological Attraction Approach to Accounting and Disclosure Policy.

29 April 2010

Hirshleifer, David and Low, Angie and Teoh, Siew Hong (2010): Are Overconfident CEOs Better Innovators?

7 October 2010

Hirshleifer, David and Teoh, Siew Hong and Yu, Jeff Jiewei (2010): Short Arbitrage, Return Asymmetry and the Accrual Anomaly.

12 July 2012

Dong, Ming and Hirshleifer, David and Teoh, Siew Hong (2012): Overvalued equity and financing decisions.

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