Price manipulation in an experimental asset market

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Veiga, H.; Vorsatz, M.;
  • Publisher: METEOR, Maastricht University School of Business and Economics
  • Subject: financial economics and financial management ;

We analyze in the laboratory whether an uninformed trader is able to manipulate the price of a financial asset. To do so, we compare the results of two different experimental treatments. In the Benchmark Treatment, twelve subjects trade a common value asset that takes e... View more
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