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Petra Vokata's study cited in alphaarchitect.com

Petra Vokata's paper "Engineering Lemons" has been cited in alphaarchitect.com.
Petra Vokata, photo by Lasse Lecklin

Petra's paper "Engineering lemons" has been cited in Larry Swedroe's article “Structured Notes: The Exploitation of Retail Investors” published in alphaarchitect.com. The article is about structured products, complex investment instruments, in the article also referred to as “adult fairy tales”.

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Petra Vokata holds a PhD in Finance from Aalto University School of Business. She joined the Finance group at Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University, in June 2019. Her research interests include household finance, financial innovation, and asset pricing. She teaches Investments to Fisher undergraduate students.

 

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