The Journal of Prediction Markets

The Journal of Prediction Markets

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 2 (2014)

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Table of Contents

Articles

A Behaviorally Informed Survey-Powered Market Agent PDF
Jessica Inchauspe, Pavel Atanasov, Barbara Mellers, Philip Tetlock, Lyle Ungar 1-28
The Relationship between Sportsbook Volume, Forecast Accuracy, and Market Efficiency: The NFL and NCAA Football PDF
Rodney Paul, Andrew P. Weinbach, Kenneth Small 29-42
Testing for Dependency, Autocorrelation and Weak Information Efficiency in Horse Race Rankings Time Series PDF
Mikael Linden 43-75
Ideas Markets: A Literature Review and Classification Scheme PDF
Eoin McDonagh, Patrick Buckley 76-88
Prediction Markets – A literature review 2014 PDF
Christian Franz Horn, Bjoern Sven Ivens, Michael Ohneberg, Alexander Brem 89-126


ISSN: 1750 676X