Catch me if you can. Can human observers identify insiders in asset markets?

By Palan Stefan and Stöckl Thomas
Journal of Economic Psychology (2018)

  • Stefan Palan

    University of Graz

    Austria

  • Thomas Stöckl

    MCI Management Center Innsbruck

    Austria

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