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Details about Johan Parmler

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Postal address:Svenskt Kvalitetsindex Box 3353 103 67, Stockholm Sweden
Workplace:Department of Economic Statistics, Stockholm School of Economics, (more information at EDIRC)

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Working Papers

2016

  1. Customer perception measures driving financial performance - theoretical and empirical work for a large decentralized banking group
    SSE Working Paper Series in Business Administration, Stockholm School of Economics Downloads View citations (1)

2004

  1. Choosing Factors in a Multifactor Asset Pricing Model: A Bayesian Approach
    SSE/EFI Working Paper Series in Economics and Finance, Stockholm School of Economics Downloads View citations (2)

2003

  1. Is Momentum Due to Data-Snooping?
    SSE/EFI Working Paper Series in Economics and Finance, Stockholm School of Economics Downloads View citations (1)
    See also Journal Article in The European Journal of Finance (2007)

Journal Articles

2012

  1. Disease progression and costs of care in Alzheimer’s disease patients treated with donepezil: a longitudinal naturalistic cohort
    The European Journal of Health Economics, 2012, 13, (5), 561-568 Downloads View citations (1)

2007

  1. Is Momentum Due to Data-snooping?
    The European Journal of Finance, 2007, 13, (4), 301-318 Downloads View citations (1)
    See also Working Paper (2003)

2006

  1. Bilateral trade flows and exchange rate sensitivity: Evidence from likelihood-based panel cointegration
    Economic Systems, 2006, 30, (2), 170-183 Downloads View citations (13)

2005

  1. Foreign aid, domestic savings, and growth in LDCs: An application of likelihood-based panel cointegration
    Economic Modelling, 2005, 22, (4), 616-627 Downloads View citations (16)

2004

  1. Are Imports and Exports Cointegrated? An International Comparison
    Metroeconomica, 2004, 55, (1), 49-64 Downloads View citations (44)
  2. The productivity-bias hypothesis and the PPP theorem: new evidence from panel vector autoregressive models
    Japan and the World Economy, 2004, 16, (2), 121-138 Downloads View citations (9)
 
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