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  • Ebrahimpour, Maryam; Putnins, Talis; Berryman, Matthew; Allison, Andrew; Ng, Brian; Abbott, Derek (Public library of Science, 2013)
    In this paper, we develop two automated authorship attribution schemes, one based on Multiple Discriminant Analysis (MDA) and the other based on a Support Vector Machine (SVM). The classification features we exploit are ...
  • Ebrahimpour, Maryam; Berryman, Matthew; Allison, Andrew; Ng, Brian; Abbott, Derek; Putnins, Talis (Public library of Science, 2013)
    In this paper, we develop two automated authorship attribution schemes, one based on Multiple Discriminant Analysis (MDA) and the other based on a Support Vector Machine (SVM). The classification features we exploit are ...
  • Putnins, Talis (Baltic International Centre for Economic Policy Studies, 2013)
    exports; Latvia; competitiveness; productivity; growth; entrepreneurial orientation
  • Putnins, Talis (Wiley-Blackwell, 2012)
    Despite the significant attention that market manipulation has received in recent years many aspects of it are poorly understood. This article identifies from the theoretical and empirical literature what we do and do not ...
  • Comerton-Forde, C; Putnins, Talis (Springer, 2011)
    We study the effects of closing price manipulation in an experimental market to evaluate the social harm caused by manipulation. We find that manipulators, given incentives similar to many actual manipulation cases, decrease ...
  • Putnins, Talis; Sauka, A (Eurobaltic Centres Excellence, 2011)
    This study develops and estimates an index of the size of shadow economies in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, and analyses the factors that influence participation in the shadow sector. The index can be used to track shadow ...
  • Comerton-Forde, C; Putnins, Talis; Tang, Km (Univ Washington Sch Business & Administration, 2011)
    This paper examines the use, determinants, and impact of anonymous orders in a market where disclosure of broker identity in the trading screen is voluntary. We find that most trading occurs nonanonymously, contrary to ...