The research output of the Paul Woolley Centre for the Study of Capital Market Dysfunctionality is published in a Working Paper Series and these papers can be downloaded from the website on the following Working Papers link. However, the articles listed below are non-technical papers aimed at general readership.
21 August 2014
Pricking the balloon of financial excess
9 July 2014
‘Dragon kings’ lurk under market calm
3 July 2014
Long-term investors should favour value: LSE academics prove why
Investment Think Tank 2014
18 June 2014
The Fallibility of the Efficient Market Theory: a new paradigm [PDF]
CFA Institute Conference Proceedings Quarterly
22 April 2014
Chasing trends is a dangerous game [PDF]
16 October 2013
Momentum Investing is bad for your wealth [PDF]
12 July 2013
Fund managers, think outside the bonus
4 July 2013
Long-term battle to expel short-term risk [PDF]
13 March 2013
Taming the finance monster.
Central Banking Journal
December 2012 Issue.
Investors must rediscover their patience.
16 August 2012
Investing for your own and the greater good.
Alliance Journal for foundations
New light on choice of investment strategy.
18 January 2012
The Future of Finance: Chapter 3.
London School of Economics
Rent Capture Through Financial Innovation.
25 March 2010
Capital Market Theory after the Efficient Market Hypothesis.
5 October 2009