The Journal of Prediction Markets is an academic peer reviewed journal publishing articles, both commissioned and submitted, survey articles, case studies and book reviews.
The journal will be a general journal publishing articles on every aspect of the study of prediction markets.
The journal is aimed at academics and students of business, finance, economics and the social sciences, and all those with an interest in the operation of markets and market efficiency more generally.
Vol 8, No 3 (2014)
Table of Contents
|An Empirical Analysis of Default Prediction Models: Evidence from lndian Listed Companies|
|Prediction markets vs polls – an examination of accuracy for the 2008 and 2012 elections|
|Sveinung Arnesen, Ole Bergfjord||24-33|
|The power of priors: How confirmation bias impacts market prices|
|Michael Cipriano, Thomas S Gruca||34-56|
|Bettor Habits When Point Spreads and Money lines are Offered on the Same Game: The NFL|
|Rodney Paul, Andrew Weinbach, Mark Wilson||57-74|
ISSN: 1750 676X