Weekly Top 5 Papers – November 16, 2012

1. Does Academic Research Destroy Stock Return Predictability?
by R. David McLean (University of Alberta – Department of Finance and Management Science) and Jeffrey Pontiff (Boston College – Department of Finance)

2. What is Marriage?
by Sherif Girgis (Princeton University Department of Philosophy) and Robert George (Princeton University – Department of Politics) and Ryan T. Anderson (University of Notre Dame Department of Political Science)

3. Strategic Asset Allocation: The Global Multi-Asset Market Portfolio 1959-2011
by Ronald Q. Doeswijk (Robeco) and Trevin W. Lam (Rabobank Nederland) and Laurens A. P. Swinkels (Robeco Investment Solutions & Research)

4. Social Mood, Stock Market Performance and U.S. Presidential Elections: A Socionomic Perspective on Voting Results
by Robert R. Prechter Jr. (Socionomics Institute) and Deepak Goel (Socionomics Institute) and Wayne D. Parker (Emory University School of Medicine) and Matthew Lampert (University of Cambridge)

5. Unenforceability
by Lee Petherbridge (Loyola Law School Los Angeles) and Jason Rantanen (University of Iowa – College of Law) and R. Polk Wagner (University of Pennsylvania Law School)

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