Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Tepper School of Business
In the world of the financial economics, we have abundant text data. Articles in the Wall Street Journal and on Bloomberg Terminals, corporate SEC filings, earnings-call transcripts, social media messages, etc. all contain ample information about financial markets and investor behaviors. Extracting meaningful signals from unstructured and high dimensional text data is not an easy task. However, with the development of machine learning and computational linguistic techniques, processing and statistically analyzing textual documents tasks can be accomplished, and many applications of statistical text analysis in social sciences have proven to be successful.
Gao, Lili, "Applications of MachLearning and Computational Linguistics in Financial Economics" (2016). Dissertations. 815.
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