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Siddiqi, Hammad (2016) Why so bearish? How hidden bias is sinking global stocks. The Conversation, .
Siddiqi, Hammad (2015) Managing option trading risk when mental accounting influences prices. Journal of Risk, 18 1: 71-89.
Siddiqi, Hammad (2012) The relevance of thinking-by-analogy for investors' willingness-to-pay: an experimental study. Journal of Economic Psychology, 33 1: 19-29. doi:10.1016/j.joep.2011.08.008
Siddiqi, Hammad (2011) A creative institutional response to twin problems of liquidity and information gaps in certain emerging markets. International Review of Finance, 11 4: 537-552. doi:10.1111/j.1468-2443.2011.01142.x
Siddiqi, Hammad (2011) Does coasre thinking matter for option pricing? Evidence from an experiment. The IUP Journal of Behavioral Finance, 8 2: 58-69.
Siddiqi, Hammad (2011) Comment on Kamstra: reasons for developing countries to be thrilled about trills. The Economists' Voice, 8 1: 1-2. doi:10.2202/1553-3832.1836
Siddiqi, H. (2009) Is the lure of choice reflected in market prices? Experimental evidence based on the 4-door Monty Hall problem. Journal of Economic Psychology, 30 2: 203-215. doi:10.1016/j.joep.2008.07.004
Siddiqi, Hammad (2006) Bargaining under ambiguity: some experimental evidence. Economics Bulletin, 4 7: 1-7.
Siddiqi, Hammad (2016). Anchoring and adjustment heuristic: a unified explanation for asset-return puzzles. F16_1, School of Economics, The University of Queensland.
Siddiqi, Hammad (2014). Analogy making and the structure of implied volatility skew. Risk and Sustainable Management Group Working Paper Series: Finance F14_7, School of Economics; School of Political Science and International Studies, The University of Queensland.
Siddiqi, Hammad (2014). Analogy making and the puzzles of index option returns and implied volatility skew: theory and empirical evidence. Risk and Sustainable Management Group Working Paper Series: Finance , The School of Economics, The University of Queensland.
Siddiqi, Hammad (2014). Mental Accounting: A New Behavioral Explanation of Covered Call Performance. Working Paper: F14_2, School of Economics, The University of Queensland.
Siddiqi, Hammad (2013). Managing Option Trading Risk with Greeks when Analogy Making Matters. Working Paper: F13_2, School of Economics, The University of Queensland.
Siddiqi, Hammad (2007). Stock Price Manipulation: The Role of Intermediaries. CMER Working Paper 07-58, Centre for Management and Economic Research, Lahore University of Management Sciences.
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