Nevin Cavusoglu is an Associate Professor of Economics and International Business at James Madison University. She received her PhD in Economics from the University of New Hampshire. Her main research interests include international finance, international trade, and economic growth. Her research in these and other areas has been published in Economic Modeling, Journal of Forecasting, and Review of World Economics, among others.

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How Imperfect Knowledge Shapes Financial Markets

Article | Feb 15, 2019

Asset markets are indispensable in harnessing society’s diverse views and insights about future business performance. But those views are shaped as much by emotion and crowd mentality as by rational expectations.

New Evidence on the Portfolio Balance Approach to Currency Returns

Paper Working paper | | Feb 2019

Asset markets are indispensable in harnessing society’s diverse views and insights about future business performance. But those views are shaped as much by emotion and crowd mentality as by rational expectations.