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Medical translator Eysell
brings together Dickens's observations on diseases that were a part of daily life in his society, and a surprising amount of material on the efforts of Dickens and others to improve public health, including alleviating poverty and thereby the diseases that came with it.
On that basis, Eysell
(1991) hypothesized that the announcement of voluntary liquidations would be associated with an increase in insider purchases and that announcements concerning bankruptcy filings would lead to increased insider sales.