Do Steph Curry and Klay Thompson have Hot Hands? Alon Daks, Nishant Desai, and CDAR co-director Lisa Goldberg analyze the hot handedness of the Warriors. From the paper: "Relying on the original hot hand study for inspiration, applying Miller and Sanjurjo’s insightful small sample correction, and availing ourselves of the easy-to-use tools of modern data science, we analyzed the shooting records of Splash Brothers Steph Curry and Klay Thompson". Visit the link above to see the current state of the research.


Controlling Shareholders’ Value, Long-Run Firm Value and Short-Term Performance (link to paper) Hyung Cheol Kang, CDAR Co-director Robert M. Anderson, CRMR Affiliated Researcher Kyong Shik Eom,  and Sang Koo Kang propose a new determinant of firm value within a business group. Read more about our work in ESG-Related Investing.



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Game 4 #NBAFinals Is the hot hand phenomenon real? We ran the stats -- https://t.co/LzFT1W0Qta

@warriors fans! Ever wonder how @StephenCurry30 makes all those shots? @CDAR_berkeley is researching why: https://t.co/ER8QOfxAKi #NBAFinals

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