Jamal Munshi
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A method for constructing Likert scales
J Munshi
Available at SSRN 2419366, 2014
1202014
The impact of information technology on securities markets: Evidence from the New York Stock Exchange.
JH Munshi
171993
Spurious correlations in time series data: a note
J Munshi
Available at SSRN 2827927, 2016
162016
The spuriousness of correlations between cumulative values
J Munshi
Available at SSRN 2725743, 2016
132016
Decadal Fossil Fuel Emissions and Decadal Warming: A Note
J Munshi
Available at SSRN 2662870, 2015
122015
Responsiveness of Atmospheric CO2 to Anthropogenic Emissions
J Munshi
Retrieved, 2016
112016
Illusory Statistical Power in Time Series Analysis. SSRN
J Munshi
102016
Long Term Temperature Trends in Daily Station Data: Australia
J Munshi
Available at SSRN 2968352, 2017
92017
Unstable Correlations between Atmospheric CO2 and Surface Temperature
J Munshi
Available at SSRN 2861463, 2016
92016
OLS Trend Analysis of CET Daily Mean Temperatures 1772-2016
J Munshi
Available at SSRN 2951507, 2017
82017
The Hurst exponent of precipitation
J Munshi
Available at SSRN 2695753, 2015
72015
Responsiveness of atmospheric CO2 to anthropogenic emissions: a note
J Munshi
Available at SSRN 2642639, 2015
72015
A Robust Test for OLS Trends in Daily Temperature Data
J Munshi
Available at SSRN 2631298, 2015
72015
Limitations of the TCRE: Transient Climate Response to Cumulative Emissions. SSRN
J Munshi
62017
Spurious correlations in time series data. SSRN
J Munshi
62016
Generational fossil fuel emissions and generational warming
J Munshi
SSRN Electronic Journal, 2016
62016
The Hurst Exponent of Surface Temperature
J Munshi
Retrieved, 2015
62015
There is no chaos in stock markets
J Munshi
Available at SSRN 2448648, 2014
62014
Corruption in the banking industry in Bangladesh
J Munshi
Transparency International, available at: munshi. sonoma. edu, 2000
62000
Uncertainty in Empirical Climate Sensitivity Estimates 1850-2017. SSRN
J Munshi
52018
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