Dec

6

Reading this NBER paper made me think of possible applications in the psychology of stock selection.

Early voters hold most power in primaries, say Brown economists

Summary: Two Brown University economists have, for the first time, quantified the substantial effects of winning early in the race for the presidential nomination. In a National Bureau of Economic Research working paper, Brian Knight and graduate student Nathan Schiff demonstrate that voters in early primary states such as Iowa and New Hampshire have up to 20 times the influence of voters in later states in the selection of candidates.


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