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Can a Nobel Prize in Chemistry inspire Finance Research to challenge pseudoscience?

Two weeks ago I had the pleasure of listening to Robert J. Lefkowitz‘s Nobel lecture at Stockholm University, in connection with the 2012’s Nobel Prize in Chemistry that he shared with Brian K. Kobilka. Robert J. Lefkowitz is affiliated with … Continue reading

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Les Liaisons Dangereuses: Is finance research flirting with pseudoscience?

Open lecture at The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. For further information check the Academy’s event calendar at: http://www.kva.se/sv/Kalendariumlista/Event/?eventId=393 Welcome!

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Money Talks: The Power of Voice — Comment on William J. Mayew and Mohan Venkatachalam’s reply

Nemesysco’s claims are the real problem Nemesysco’s LVA technology has no plausible scientific bases. This is not new but it is the real problem and it cannot be settled by arguing from correlations. It has to be addressed in principle, … Continue reading

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LVA voice analysis technology – A threat to the credibility of academic financial studies

Hobson, Mayew and Venkatachalam’s paper, Analyzing Speech to Detect Financial Misreporting, is just the last of a series of flawed studies by Mayew and Venkatachalam. The authors insist in using Nemesysco’s LVA technology and give the impression that this is as an emerging … Continue reading

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