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Mood, music and money: what our Spotify playlists reveal about the emotional nature of financial markets

The researchers results hold across 40 countries and is not driven by a couple of outliers. Image: Unsplash/Wes Hicks

Ivan Indriawan

Senior Lecturer in Finance, Auckland University of Technology

Adrian Fernandez-Perez

Senior Research Fellow in Finance, Auckland University of Technology

Alex Edmans

Professor of Finance, Academic Director, Centre for Corporate Governance, London Business School, Professor of Finance, Academic Director, Centre for Corporate Governance, London Business School

Alexandre Garel

Chercheur en Finance, Audencia

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