Business History Review

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Stock Market Anomalies. Edited by Elroy Dimson · New York: Cambridge University Press, 1988. xiii + 295 pp. Charts, tables, notes, references, and index. $39.50.

Malcolm R. Burns

Malcolm R. Burns is associate professor of economics at the University of Kansas. He is the author of several articles that test theoretical predictions in finance and industrial organization with data from the era of the great trusts, including “Outside Intervention in Monopolistic Price Warfare: The Case of the ‘Plug War’ and the Union Tobacco Company,” Business History Review 56 (1982).