David Easley
David Easley
Professor Economics and Information Science, Cornell University
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Networks, crowds, and markets: Reasoning about a highly connected world
D Easley, J Kleinberg
Cambridge university press, 2010
Information and the cost of capital
D Easley, M O'hara
The journal of finance 59 (4), 1553-1583, 2004
Price, trade size, and information in securities markets
D Easley, M O'hara
Journal of Financial economics 19 (1), 69-90, 1987
Is information risk a determinant of asset returns?
D Easley, S Hvidkjaer, M O'hara
The journal of finance 57 (5), 2185-2221, 2002
Liquidity, information, and infrequently traded stocks
D Easley, NM Kiefer, M O'hara, JB Paperman
The Journal of Finance 51 (4), 1405-1436, 1996
Time and the process of security price adjustment
D Easley, M O'hara
The Journal of finance 47 (2), 577-605, 1992
Market statistics and technical analysis: The role of volume
L Blume, D Easley, M O'hara
The journal of finance 49 (1), 153-181, 1994
Option volume and stock prices: Evidence on where informed traders trade
D Easley, M O'hara, PS Srinivas
The Journal of Finance 53 (2), 431-465, 1998
One day in the life of a very common stock
D Easley, NM Kiefer, M O'Hara
The Review of Financial Studies 10 (3), 805-835, 1997
Cream‐skimming or profit‐sharing? The curious role of purchased order flow
D Easley, NM Kiefer, M O'HARA
the Journal of Finance 51 (3), 811-833, 1996
Evolution and market behavior
L Blume, D Easley
Journal of Economic theory 58 (1), 9-40, 1992
From mining to markets: The evolution of bitcoin transaction fees
D Easley, M O'Hara, S Basu
Journal of Financial Economics 134 (1), 91-109, 2019
The microstructure of the" flash crash": Flow toxicity, liquidity crashes, and the probability of informed trading
D Easley, MML De Prado, M O'Hara
Journal of Portfolio Management 37 (2), 118, 2011
The information content of the trading process
D Easley, NM Kiefer, M O'Hara
Journal of empirical finance 4 (2-3), 159-186, 1997
Flow toxicity and liquidity in a high-frequency world
D Easley, MM López de Prado, M O'Hara
The Review of Financial Studies 25 (5), 1457-1493, 2012
If you're so smart, why aren't you rich? Belief selection in complete and incomplete markets
L Blume, D Easley
Econometrica 74 (4), 929-966, 2006
Time-varying arrival rates of informed and uninformed trades
D Easley, RF Engle, M O'Hara, L Wu
Journal of Financial Econometrics 6 (2), 171-207, 2008
Financial analysts and information-based trade
D Easley, M O'Hara, J Paperman
Journal of Financial Markets 1 (2), 175-201, 1998
Factoring information into returns
D Easley, S Hvidkjaer, M O’hara
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis 45 (2), 293-309, 2010
Controlling a stochastic process with unknown parameters
D Easley, NM Kiefer
Econometrica: Journal of the Econometric Society, 1045-1064, 1988
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