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monetary policy, central bank communication, financial markets, social media, Twitter, Federal Reserve, European Central Bank, Bank of England
Monetary Policy, Central Bank Communication, Financial Market, Social Media, Twitter, Federal Reserve System, European Central Bank, Bank of England, Bank of Japan
social networks, peer effects, entrepreneurship, innovation, semantic analysis
marketing-finance interface, new product portfolio innovativeness, stock holding, investor heterogeneity, national culture, Hofstede
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National elections, Political parties, social media, Terrorism, Text Analysis
Social Media, Competition for Attention, Structural Estimation, Twitter, Discrete Choice Models
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