*Brunnermeier is affiliated with Princeton University and CEPR; Pedersen is at New York University and NBER. We are grateful for helpful comments from Dilip Abreu, William Allen, Ed Altman, Yakov Amihud, Patrick Bolton, Menachem Brenner, Robert Engle, Stephen Figlewski, Gary Gorton, Rick Green, Joel Hasbrouck, Burt Malkiel, David Modest, Michael Rashes, José Scheinkman, Bill Silber, Ken Singleton, Jeremy Stein, Marti Subrahmanyam, Peter Sørensen, Nikola Tarashev, Jeff Wurgler, an anonymous referee, and seminar participants at NYU, McGill, Duke University, Carnegie Mellon University, Washington University, Ohio State University, University of Copenhagen, London School of Economics, University of Rochester, University of Chicago, UCLA, Bank of England, University of Amsterdam, Tilburg University, Wharton, Harvard University, and New York Federal Reserve Bank as well as conference participants at Stanford's SITE conference and the annual meeting of the European Finance Association. Brunnermeier acknowledges research support from the National Science Foundation.
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© 2005 the American Finance Association
The Journal of Finance
Volume 60, Issue 4, pages 1825–1863, August 2005
How to Cite
BRUNNERMEIER, M. K. and PEDERSEN, L. H. (2005), Predatory Trading. The Journal of Finance, 60: 1825–1863. doi: 10.1111/j.1540-6261.2005.00781.x
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