Browse by Supervisor "Dijk, O."

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  • Jansen, Harm (2016-10-28)
    Master Economics
    Psychology studies have showed that current mood can influence risky decision making. When the mood of a large part of the society (i.e. the social mood) is affected in a similar direction, this is then expected to affect ...
  • Woudenberg, Jurgen (2017-07-19)
    Master Economics
    This thesis examines the relationship between CEO overconfidence and stock price crash risk. First, a mechanism is developed which explains the relationship between CEO overconfidence and stock price crash risk by using ...
  • Gasteren, Luuk van (2016-07-13)
    Master Economics
    The goal of this thesis is to research and explain the relationship between overconfidence and stock market bubbles, velocity and volatility. This thesis outlines that overconfidence causes increased trading volume, excessive ...
  • Ras, Camille (2016-11-28)
    Master Economics
    The effects of affective states either emotions or moods are proven to influence decision making and judgment, while loss aversion is one of the most robust findings of behavioral economics. Although there are indications ...
  • Willemsen, Maurits (2017-07-19)
    Master Economics
    This research is aimed at finding the effects of institutional ownership on the compensation of managers. In doing so, this research focuses on the distinction between active and passive institutions. Active institutions ...
  • Hudepohl, Tom (2016-08-25)
    Master Economics
    "This thesis examines the relation between quantitative easing (QE) and bubbles in stock markets. Among economists, concerns exist whether QE leads to bubbles in asset markets. Due to low interest rates, investors start ...
  • Paters, Karen (2017-07-17)
    Master Economics
    This study examines the influence of CEO overconfidence on M&A activity. The effect of CEO overconfidence on acquisitiveness as well as the effect of CEO overconfidence on the probability of failure of attempted mergers ...
  • Heuvel, Roland M. van den (2016-12-19)
    Master Economics
    The outcomes of important national soccer team matches have been linked to next trading day stock returns, most likely through the impact of the result on the moods and emotions of investors. Previous studies, studying ...