The OriginofBehavio r * ThomasJ. Brennan † and Andrew W. Lo ‡ This Draft: April 5,2011 Abstract We propose a single evolutionary explanation for the origin of several behaviors that have been observed in organisms ranging from ants to human subjects, including risk-sensitive foraging, risk ...
Macroeconomic Dynamics , 9 , 2005,561-583. Printed in the United States of America. DOI: 10.1017.S1365100 505050042 MD I NTERVIEW AN INTERVIEW WITH THOMASJ.
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Impossible Frontier s ∗ ThomasJ. Brennan † and Andrew W. Lo ‡ This Draft: December 7,2009 Abstract A key result of the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) is that the market portfolio— the portfolio of all assets in which each asset'sweightis proportional to its total market ...
ThomasJ. Gramila Email: email@example.com Physics Dept., Ohio State Univ. FAX: (614) 292-7557 174 W1 8t hAve. Columbus, OH 43210 Telephone: (614) 292-7357 EDUCATION B.S. Columbia University, Applied Physics, October 1979 M.S. Cornell University, Physics (November 1984) Ph.D. Cornell ...
DavidS.Mendelson,RichardMiddleton,StewartA.Sharp,ThomasJ.Smith,JamesTalcott, MaryellenTaplin,NicholasJ.Vogelzang,JamesL.WadeIII,CharlesL.Bennett,andHowardI.Scher ABSTRACT
1 Introduction... the ideas of economists and political philosophers, both when they are right and when they are wrong, are more powerful than commonly understood.
Implementing Digital Data Analysis Using SAS ThomasJ. Winn, Jr. Texas StateAuditor'sOffice, Austin, Texas [SAS isaregistered trademark of SAS Institute Inc. in the USA and other countries. indicates USA registration.]
ShakerDakhil,RobertC.Hermann,ThomasJ.Lynch,andMartinR.Weber See accompanying editorial on page 903 and article on page 911 From Bristol-Myers Squibb, Princeton,
Introduction The study of matrices with integer entries combines linear algebra,number theory and group theory (the study of arithmetic groups). In these five lectures,an attempt is made to illustrate this richness.