Kewei Hou
Kewei Hou
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Digesting anomalies: An investment approach
K Hou, C Xue, L Zhang
The Review of Financial Studies 28 (3), 650-705, 2015
16432015
Industry concentration and average stock returns
K Hou, DT Robinson
The Journal of Finance 61 (4), 1927-1956, 2006
9842006
Market frictions, price delay, and the cross-section of expected returns
K Hou, TJ Moskowitz
The Review of Financial Studies 18 (3), 981-1020, 2005
9532005
Do investors overvalue firms with bloated balance sheets?
D Hirshleifer, K Hou, SH Teoh, Y Zhang
Journal of Accounting and Economics 38, 297-331, 2004
8872004
What factors drive global stock returns?
K Hou, GA Karolyi, BC Kho
The Review of Financial Studies 24 (8), 2527-2574, 2011
6522011
Replicating anomalies
K Hou, C Xue, L Zhang
The Review of Financial Studies 33 (5), 2019-2133, 2020
5772020
Industry information diffusion and the lead-lag effect in stock returns
K Hou
The Review of Financial Studies 20 (4), 1113-1138, 2007
5692007
The implied cost of capital: A new approach
K Hou, MA Van Dijk, Y Zhang
Journal of Accounting and Economics 53 (3), 504-526, 2012
5532012
A tale of two anomalies: The implications of investor attention for price and earnings momentum
K Hou, W Xiong, L Peng
Available at SSRN 976394, 2009
4942009
Accruals, cash flows, and aggregate stock returns
D Hirshleifer, K Hou, SH Teoh
Journal of Financial Economics 91 (3), 389-406, 2009
2782009
Have we solved the idiosyncratic volatility puzzle?
K Hou, RK Loh
Journal of Financial Economics 121 (1), 167-194, 2016
2252016
A comparison of new factor models
K Hou, C Xue, L Zhang
Fisher college of business working paper, 05, 2017
2162017
The accrual anomaly: risk or mispricing?
D Hirshleifer, K Hou, SH Teoh
Management Science 58 (2), 320-335, 2012
1882012
Is R2 a measure of market inefficiency
K Hou, L Peng, W Xiong
Unpublished working paper. Ohio State University, City University of New …, 2013
150*2013
Which factors?
K Hou, H Mo, C Xue, L Zhang
Review of Finance 23 (1), 1-35, 2019
1142019
An Augmented q-Factor Model with Expected Growth
K Hou, H Mo, C Xue, L Zhang
Review of Finance 25 (1), 1-41, 2021
802021
Resurrecting the size effect: Firm size, profitability shocks, and expected stock returns
K Hou, MA Van Dijk
The Review of Financial Studies 32 (7), 2850-2889, 2019
64*2019
Digesting anomalies: An investment approach
K Hou, C Xue, L Zhang
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2012
572012
Resurrecting the size effect: Firm size, profitability shocks, and expected stock returns
K Hou, MA Van Dijk
Working Papper, 2008
432008
The accrual anomaly: Risk or mispricing?
D Hirshleifer, K Hou, SH Teoh
Ohio State University, Charles A. Dice Center for Research in Financial …, 2006
432006
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