Our second issue was released online during the spring of 2016. After laying our journal’s groundwork and working with the authors to revise/improve their work (all for the better part of a year), we were proud to finally present these papers to our wider audience.
Did Twitter Mood Really Predict the DJIA? Misadventures in Big Data for Finance (pdf) by Michael Lachanski (Princeton, 2015)
Applications of Machine Learning in Forecasting Regressions: Boosting United States and Japan (pdf) by Jonathan Ma (Princeton, 2015)
Sifting Through the Trans-Pacific Partnership: Contention, Compromise, and Potential Implications (pdf) by Lauren Shapiro (Penn, 2016)
Pharmaceutical Copay Assistance Programs and Patient Drug Choice: Biological Speciality Drugs (pdf w/ Appendix) by Shirley Yarin (Stanford, 2015)
Table of Contents (pdf)
Letter from the Editor (pdf)
Editorial Staff (pdf)