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NBER Publications by Massimo Massa

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July 2010The Behavior of Intoxicated Investors: The role of institutional investors in propagating the crisis of 2007-2008
with Alberto Manconi, Ayako Yasuda: w16191

Published: The Behavior of Intoxicated Investors: The Role of Institutional Investors in Propagating the Crisis of 2007-2008, Alberto Manconi, Massimo Massa, Ayako Yasuda. in Market Institutions and Financial Market Risk, Carey, Kashyap, Rajan, and Stulz. 2012

June 2010The Behavior of Intoxicated Investors: The Role of Institutional Investors in Propagating the Crisis of 2007-2008
with Alberto Manconi, Ayako Yasuda
in Market Institutions and Financial Market Risk, Mark Carey, Anil Kashyap, Raghuram Rajan, and René Stulz, organizers
March 2004Portfolio Diversification and City Agglomeration
with William N. Goetzmann, Andrei Simonov: w10343
February 2003Disposition Matters: Volume, Volatility and Price Impact of a Behavioral Bias
with William N. Goetzmann: w9499

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February 2000Daily Momentum and Contrarian Behavior of Index Fund Investors
with William N. Goetzmann: w7567

Published: Goetzmann, William N. and Massimo Massa. "Daily Momentum And Contrarian Behavior Of Index Fund Investors," Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 2002, v37(3,Sep), 375-389. citation courtesy of

March 1999Index Funds and Stock Market Growth
with William N. Goetzmann: w7033

Published: William N. Goetzmann & Massimo Massa, 2003. "Index Funds and Stock Market Growth," Journal of Business, University of Chicago Press, vol. 76(1), pages 1-28, January. citation courtesy of

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