Weekly Top 5 Papers – February 26, 2016


1. Socrates’ Defense by Cathal Woods (Virginia Wesleyan College) and Ryan Pack (Virginia Wesleyan College)

2. The Ultimate Unifying Approach to Complying with All Laws and Regulations by Daniel Solove (George Washington University Law School) and Woodrow Hartzog (Samford University – Cumberland School of Law; Stanford Law School Center for Internet and Society)

3. The Enduring Effect of Time-Series Momentum on Stock Returns Over Nearly 100-Years by Ian D’Souza (New York University – Leonard N. Stern School of Business) and Voraphat Srichanachaichok (Bangkok Bank) and George J. Wang (New York University – Stern School of Business) and Chelsea Yaqiong Yao (Lancaster University – Management School)

4. The Efficacy of Publically-Available Retirement Planning Tools by Taft Dorman (Texas Tech University) and Barry S. Mulholland (Texas Tech University) and Qianwen Bi (Utah Valley University) and Harold Evensky (Evensky & Katz Wealth Management)

5. Statistical Risk Models by Zura Kakushadze (Quantigic Solutions LLC; Free University of Tbilisi) and Willie Yu (Centre for Computational Biology, Duke-NUS Medical School)