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OPREAN Camelia;
  • Journal: Studies in Business and Economics,volume 7,issue 3 December,pages94-112
  • Subject: efficient market hypothesis, information, tests, emergent, random walk

Empirical finance has brought together a considerable number of studies in determining the market efficiency in terms of information in the case of an emerging financial market. Conflicting results have been generated by these researches in efficient market hypothesis (... View more
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