Organizational decision-maker bias supports market wave formation: Evidence with logical formalization
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- PELI, Gábor & SCHENK, Hans, 2011. "Organizational decision-maker bias supports market wave formation: Evidence with logical formalization," ACED Working Papers 2011011, University of Antwerp, Faculty of Applied Economics.
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KeywordsMergers; Perception bias; Adaptation; Logical formalization;
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