Dr Sandra Nolte


Research Overview

Personal Webpage: www.lancs.ac.uk/staff/noltes/

My research interests lie in the areas of empirical finance, applied econometrics and behavioral finance. I focus on the analysis of individual trading behaviour, the relationship between order flows and price changes, and the information content of high-frequency sentiment indicators. I am also interested in the analysis of qualitative survey data applied to problems of nonlinear forecasting methods in the presence of misclassification, the learning behaviour of individual forecasters, their degree of rationality and their reaction to news sentiment.

Sell-side analysts' career concerns during banking stresses
Nolte, I., Nolte, S., Vasios, M. 2014 In: Journal of Banking and Finance.
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High Performance Working in the Employer Skills Surveys: Evidence Report 71
Wood, S., Burridge, M., Green, W., Nolte, S., Rudloff, D., Ni Luanaigh, A. 07/2013 In: High Performance Working in the Employer Skills Surveys. p. 1-86. 86 p. ISBN: 978-1-908418-50-0.

How do individual investors trade?
Nolte, I., Nolte, S. 2012 In: European Journal of Finance. 18, 10, p. 921-947. 27 p.
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Measurement error in nonlinear models: an application to disclosure limitation techniques
Nolte, S. 2010 Berlin : Lit Verlag. 149 p. ISBN: 978-3643900463.

Perturbation by multiplicative noise and the Simulation Extrapolation method
Biewen, E., Nolte, S., Rosemann, M. 12/2008 In: AStA Advances in Statistical Analysis. 92, 4, p. 375-389. 15 p.
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Make assurance double sure: combination of two disclosure limitation methods and estimation of general regression models
Nolte, S., Flossmann, A. 12/2008 In: AStA Advances in Statistical Analysis. 92, 4, p. 405-422. 18 p.
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