Weekly Top 5 Papers – March 11, 2016


1. The Market for Financial Adviser Misconduct by Mark Egan (University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management) and Gregor Matvos (University of Chicago – Booth School of Business) and Amit Seru (University of Chicago – Booth School of Business)

2. Understanding Modern Portfolio Construction by Cullen Roche (Orcam Financial Group)

3. Personality Traits and the Dimensions of Political Ideology by Alan Gerber (Yale University – Department of Political Science) and Gregory Huber (Yale University – Department of Political Science) and Shang Ha (Brooklyn College – CUNY) and Conor Dowling (Yale University) and David Doherty (Yale University)

4. The Market Portfolio is NOT Efficient: Evidences, Consequences and Easy to Avoid Errors by Pablo Fernandez (University of Navarra – IESE Business School) and Jose Paulo Carelli (ISE Business School) and Alberto Ortiz Pizarro (University of Navarra, IESE Business School)

5. 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)