So, Liam is at it again. Sigh…. Maybe sales of the aul book are flagging coming up to Xmas?
Good old Ray. He keeps the IREXIT pot stirred, even when its boiled dry. Below, a fisking of his latest brexity irexity musings in the Belfast Newsletter.
At Anglia Ruskin University, Thursday 24 May 2018
09:00 – 09:30 Registration and refreshments
09:30 – 10:00 Welcome and opening remarks
Dr Larisa Yarovaya, Conference Chair
Prof Simon Down, Deputy Dean Research and Enterprise, Business School – Anglia Ruskin University
10:00 – 10:50 Keynote – The benefits and potential pitfalls of cryptocurrencies
Dr Shaen Corbet, Dublin City University Business School, Ireland
10:50 – 11:10 Refreshment break
11:10-12:40 Parallel Sessions A
A1: Portfolio, Diversification and Connectedness
A2: Comovements between cryptocurrencies
A3: PhD research in cryptocurrencies
12:40 – 13:20 Lunch
13:20 – 14:10 Keynote – Where does finance need to go in cryptocurrency research
Prof Brian Lucey, Trinity Business School – Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
14:15-15:45 Parallel Sessions B
B1: Bitcoin (in)efficiency
B2: Intraday Analysis
B3: Other issues in cryptocurrencies
15:45 – 16:00 Refreshment break
15:30 – 16:30 Round Table: Cryptocurrencies: opportunities and challenges in a digital age.
Moderator: Dr Larisa Yarovaya, Anglia Ruskin, UK.
16:30 – 17:00 Concluding remarks. Best Paper Award. Best Student Paper.
Hugh Bennett (@hughrbennett) is the gift that keeps on giving. A rambling piece, devoid, nay utterly ignorant, of history and full of nonsequiturs and misdirection, his latest in BrexitCentral is a hodgepodge of jejune attempts at debating legerdemain, historical inaccuracies and whataboutery. So, standard Brexit stuff really
here is a link to same, in Excel
Edit: the CABS asked me to take this down, which I have. Why they do not want to make it widely and freely available is rather a mystery. But, there we are..
Every now and again a piece of perfectly congealed boneheadedness comes along. Why do they come on a Friday from the brexstremists, making me fisk them when I should be heading for a beer? Anyhow, here we go, with a piece of internally inconsistent and condescending foolishness of note. So bad is it that the author knew, and allowed a sign, reproduced above, of a vandalised “welcome to NI” sign be its picture lede. Continue reading