Robert Bloomfield
Robert Bloomfield
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TitleCited byYear
Experimental research in financial accounting
R Libby, R Bloomfield, MW Nelson
Accounting, Organizations and Society 27 (8), 775-810, 2002
10762002
The “make or take” decision in an electronic market: Evidence on the evolution of liquidity
R Bloomfield, M O’hara, G Saar
Journal of Financial Economics 75 (1), 165-199, 2005
5412005
The “incomplete revelation hypothesis” and financial reporting
RJ Bloomfield
Accounting Horizons 16 (3), 233-243, 2002
5202002
Market transparency: who wins and who loses?
R Bloomfield, M O'Hara
The Review of Financial Studies 12 (1), 5-35, 1999
4591999
How noise trading affects markets: An experimental analysis
R Bloomfield, M O’hara, G Saar
The Review of Financial Studies 22 (6), 2275-2302, 2009
2822009
Predicting the next step of a random walk: experimental evidence of regime-shifting beliefs
R Bloomfield, J Hales
Journal of financial Economics 65 (3), 397-414, 2002
2262002
Can transparent markets survive?
R Bloomfield, M O'Hara
Journal of financial Economics 55 (3), 425-459, 2000
2202000
Can transparent markets survive?
R Bloomfield, M O'Hara
Journal of financial Economics 55 (3), 425-459, 2000
2202000
Disclosure effects in the laboratory: Liquidity, depth, and the cost of capital
RJ Bloomfield, TJ Wilks
The Accounting Review 75 (1), 13-41, 2000
2112000
Discussion of “annual report readability, current earnings, and earnings persistence”
R Bloomfield
Journal of Accounting and Economics 45 (2-3), 248-252, 2008
1882008
Confidence and the welfare of less-informed investors
R Bloomfield, R Libby, MW Nelson
Accounting, Organizations and Society 24 (8), 623-647, 1999
1391999
Underreactions, overreactions and moderated confidence
R Bloomfield, R Libby, MW Nelson
Journal of Financial Markets 3 (2), 113-137, 2000
1282000
Strategic dependence and the assessment of fraud risk: A laboratory study
RJ Bloomfield
Accounting Review, 517-538, 1997
1161997
Norms, conformity, and controls
WB Tayler, RJ Bloomfield
Journal of Accounting Research 49 (3), 753-790, 2011
1102011
Gathering data for archival, field, survey, and experimental accounting research
R Bloomfield, MW Nelson, E Soltes
Journal of Accounting Research 54 (2), 341-395, 2016
102*2016
Market reactions to differentially available information in the laboratory
R Bloomfield, R Libby
Journal of Accounting Research 34 (2), 183-207, 1996
1011996
Does order preferencing matter?
R Bloomfield, M O'Hara
Journal of Financial Economics 50 (1), 3-37, 1998
871998
Strategic dependence and inherent risk assessments
R Bloomfield
Accounting Review, 71-90, 1995
801995
The effect of information strength and weight on behavior in financial markets
MW Nelson, R Bloomfield, JW Hales, R Libby
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 86 (2), 168-196, 2001
792001
Quotes, prices, and estimates in a laboratory market
R Bloomfield
The Journal of Finance 51 (5), 1791-1808, 1996
781996
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