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Paul Tetlock: Stocks Round-the-Clock

Biography

Columbia Business School
Professor of Business

Biography

Professor Tetlock's research interests include behavioral finance, asset pricing, and prediction markets. One area of his research examines how firms' stock market prices respond to the content of news stories. His 2007 Journal of Finance study on the impact of negative words, such as "flaw" and "ruin", won the Smith-Breeden Prize for the best article in asset pricing. His research has been featured in popular press outlets such as Business Week, The Economist, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal.

Professor Tetlock teaches the elective Capital Markets course. Prior to joining Columbia, he was a visiting assistant professor at Yale University in 2007-08, and an assistant professor at the University of Texas at Austin from 2004 to 2008. He taught Behavioral Finance at Yale, and Investment Management at Texas.

Teaching

Fall 2017

Capital Markets & Investments (MBA)

Spring 2017

Capital Markets & Investments (MBA)

Spring 2016

Capital Markets & Investments (MBA)

Spring 2015

Capital Markets & Investments (MBA)

Spring 2014

Capital Markets & Investments (MBA)

Spring 2013

Capital Markets & Investments (MBA)

Spring 2012

Capital Markets & Investments (MBA)

Research

Journal articles

Interfacing with faces: Perceptual humanization and dehumanization In Current Directions in Psychological Science (2017)
Coauthor(s): Katrina Fincher, Paul Tetlock, Michael Morris

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Look again: The value in distinguishing three processes underlying social-perceptual effects In Psychological Inquiry (2016)
Coauthor(s): Katrina Fincher, Paul Tetlock, Michael Morris

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Biased Beliefs, Asset Prices, and Investment: A Structural Approach In Journal of Finance (2014)
Coauthor(s): Aydogan Alti, Paul Tetlock

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Asset Pricing in the Dark: The Cross Section of OTC Stocks In Review of Financial Studies (2013)
Coauthor(s): Andrew Ang, Assaf Shtauber, Paul Tetlock

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How Wise Are Crowds? Insights from Retail Orders and Stock Returns In Journal of Finance (2013)
Coauthor(s): Eric Kelley, Paul Tetlock

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All the News That''s Fit to Reprint: Do Investors React to Stale Information? In Review of Financial Studies (2011)
Coauthor(s): Paul Tetlock

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Does Public Financial News Resolve Asymmetric Information? In Review of Financial Studies (2010)
Coauthor(s): Paul Tetlock

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Short Selling and the News: A Preliminary Report on an Empirical Study In New York Law School Law Review (2010)
Coauthor(s): Lawrence Glosten, Merritt Fox, Paul Tetlock

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More Than Words: Quantifying Language to Measure Firms'' Fundamentals In Journal of Finance (2008)
Coauthor(s): Paul Tetlock, Maytal Saar-Tsechansky, Sofus Macskassy

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Giving Content to Investor Sentiment: The Role of Media in the Stock Market In Journal of Finance (2007)
Coauthor(s): Paul Tetlock

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Working papers

What Drives Anomaly Returns? (2017)
Coauthor(s): Paul Tetlock

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Retail Short Selling and Stock Prices (2016)
Coauthor(s): Eric Kelley, Paul Tetlock

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Why Do Investors Trade? (2013)
Coauthor(s): Eric Kelley, Paul Tetlock

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Liquidity and Prediction Market Efficiency (2008)
Coauthor(s): Paul Tetlock

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Optimal Liquidity Provision for Decision Makers (2007)
Coauthor(s): Robert Hahn, Paul Tetlock

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