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Curated Reading List - 2005


Journal of Finance

  1. A Comparison of Centralized and Fragmented Markets with Costly Search, 2005, Xiangkang Yin
  2. An Empirical Analysis of the Dynamic Relation between Investment‐Grade Bonds and Credit Default Swaps, 2005, Roberto Blanco; Simon Brennan; Ian W. Marsh
  3. Arbitraging Arbitrageurs, 2005, Mukarram Attari; Antonio S. Mello; Martin E. Ruckes
  4. Are Firms Underleveraged? An Examination of the Effect of Leverage on Default Probabilities, 2005, Carlos A. Molina
  5. Asset Sales, Investment Opportunities, and the Use of Proceeds, 2005, Thomas W. Bates
  6. Asymmetric Price Movements and Borrowing Constraints: A Rational Expectations Equilibrium Model of Crises, Contagion, and Confusion, 2005, Kathy Yuan
  7. Board Seat Accumulation by Executives: A Shareholder's Perspective, 2005, Tod Perry; Urs Peyer
  8. CEO Compensation, Change, and Corporate Strategy, 2005, James Dow; Clara C. Raposo
  9. CEO Overconfidence and Corporate Investment, 2005, Ulrike Malmendier; Geoffrey Tate
  10. Can Managers Forecast Aggregate Market Returns?, 2005, Alexander W. Butler; Gustavo Grullon; James P. Weston
  11. Changing Names with Style: Mutual Fund Name Changes and Their Effects on Fund Flows, 2005, Michael J. Cooper; Huseyin Gulen; P. Raghavendra Rau
  12. Consumption, Dividends, and the Cross Section of Equity Returns, 2005, Ravi Bansal; Robert F. Dittmar; Christian T. Lundblad
  13. Corporate Yield Spreads: Default Risk or Liquidity? New Evidence from the Credit Default Swap Market, 2005, Francis A. Longstaff; Sanjay Mithal; Eric Neis
  14. Currency Returns, Intrinsic Value, and Institutional‐Investor Flows, 2005, Kenneth A. Froot; Tarun Ramadorai
  15. Debt Dynamics, 2005, Christopher A. Hennessy; Toni M. Whited
  16. Debt Maturity, Risk, and Asymmetric Information, 2005, Allen N. Berger; Marco A. Espinosa‐Vega; W. Scott Frame; Nathan H. Miller
  17. Demand–Deposit Contracts and the Probability of Bank Runs, 2005, Itay Goldstein; Ady Pauzner
  18. Distance, Lending Relationships, and Competition, 2005, Hans Degryse; Steven Ongena
  19. Do Bank Relationships Affect the Firm's Underwriter Choice in the Corporate‐Bond Underwriting Market?, 2005, Ayako Yasuda
  20. Do Behavioral Biases Affect Prices?, 2005, Joshua D. Coval; Tyler Shumway
  21. Do Domestic Investors Have an Information Advantage? Evidence from Indonesia, 2005, Tomáš Dvořák
  22. Do Firms Rebalance Their Capital Structures?, 2005, Mark T. Leary; Michael R. Roberts
  23. Do Insiders Learn from Outsiders? Evidence from Mergers and Acquisitions, 2005, Yuanzhi Luo
  24. Do Professional Traders Exhibit Myopic Loss Aversion? An Experimental Analysis, 2005, Michael S. Haigh; John A. List
  25. Does Idiosyncratic Risk Really Matter?, 2005, Turan G. Bali; Nusret Cakici; Xuemin (Sterling) Yan; Zhe Zhang
  26. Does Prospect Theory Explain IPO Market Behavior?, 2005, Alexander Ljungqvist; William J. Wilhelm
  27. Does the Failure of the Expectations Hypothesis Matter for Long‐Term Investors?, 2005, Antonios Sangvinatsos; Jessica A. Wachter
  28. Entrepreneurial Spawning: Public Corporations and the Genesis of New Ventures, 1986 to 1999, 2005, Paul Gompers; Josh Lerner; David Scharfstein
  29. Equilibrium in a Dynamic Limit Order Market, 2005, Ronald L. Goettler; Christine A. Parlour; Uday Rajan
  30. Finance and the Business Cycle: International, Inter‐Industry Evidence, 2005, Matías Braun; Borja Larrain
  31. Financial Analyst Characteristics and Herding Behavior in Forecasting, 2005, Michael B. Clement; Senyo Y. Tse
  32. Financial Market Design and the Equity Premium: Electronic versus Floor Trading, 2005, Pankaj K. Jain
  33. Financial Networks: Contagion, Commitment, and Private Sector Bailouts, 2005, Yaron Leitner
  34. Financial and Legal Constraints to Growth: Does Firm Size Matter?, 2005, Thorsten Beck; Asli Demirgüç‐Kunt; Vojislav Maksimovic
  35. Governance Mechanisms and Equity Prices, 2005, K. J. Martijn Cremers; Vinay B. Nair
  36. Hedging or Market Timing? Selecting the Interest Rate Exposure of Corporate Debt, 2005, Michael Faulkender
  37. Housing Collateral, Consumption Insurance, and Risk Premia: An Empirical Perspective, 2005, Hanno N. Lustig; Stijn G. Van Nieuwerburgh
  38. IPO Pricing in “Hot” Market Conditions: Who Leaves Money on the Table?, 2005, Franҫois Derrien
  39. Information and Control in Ventures and Alliances, 2005, Wouter Dessein
  40. Insider Trading Restrictions and Analysts' Incentives to Follow Firms, 2005, Robert M. Bushman; Joseph D. Piotroski; Abbie J. Smith
  41. Institutional Holdings and Payout Policy, 2005, Yaniv Grinstein; Roni Michaely
  42. Investment Bank Reputation and the Price and Quality of Underwriting Services, 2005, Lily Hua Fang
  43. Is Debt Relief Efficient?, 2005, Serkan Arslanalp; Peter Blair Henry
  44. Judging Fund Managers by the Company They Keep, 2005, Randolph B. Cohen; Joshua D. Coval; Ľuboš Pástor
  45. Lifting the Veil: An Analysis of Pre‐trade Transparency at the NYSE, 2005, Ekkehart Boehmer; Gideon Saar; Lei Yu
  46. Liquidity Shortages and Banking Crises, 2005, Douglas W. Diamond; Raghuram G. Rajan
  47. Local Does as Local Is: Information Content of the Geography of Individual Investors' Common Stock Investments, 2005, Zoran Ivković; Scott Weisbenner
  48. Managerial Opportunism during Corporate Litigation, 2005, Bruce Haslem
  49. Managerial Stock Ownership and the Maturity Structure of Corporate Debt, 2005, Sudip Datta; Mai Iskandar‐Datta; Kartik Raman
  50. Managers, Workers, and Corporate Control, 2005, M. Pagano; P. F. Volpin
  51. Market Timing and Managerial Portfolio Decisions, 2005, Dirk Jenter
  52. Methods of Payment in Asset Sales: Contracting with Equity versus Cash, 2005, John A. Polonchek; Myron B. Slovin; Marie E. Sushka
  53. Monitoring and Controlling Bank Risk: Does Risky Debt Help?, 2005, C. N. V. Krishnan; P. H. Ritchken; J. B. Thomson
  54. On the Benefits of Concurrent Lending and Underwriting, 2005, Steven Drucker; Manju Puri
  55. On the Industry Concentration of Actively Managed Equity Mutual Funds, 2005, Marcin Kacperczyk; Clemens Sialm; Lu Zheng
  56. Optimal Capital Structure and Industry Dynamics, 2005, Jianjun Miao
  57. Optimal Life‐Cycle Asset Allocation: Understanding the Empirical Evidence, 2005, Francisco Gomes; Alexander Michaelides
  58. Partial Privatization and Firm Performance, 2005, Nandini Gupta
  59. Predatory Trading, 2005, Markus K. Brunnermeier; Lasse Heje Pedersen
  60. Private Equity Performance: Returns, Persistence, and Capital Flows, 2005, Steven N. Kaplan; Antoinette Schoar
  61. Rational IPO Waves, 2005, Ľuboš Pástor; Pietro Veronesi
  62. Report of the Editor of The Journal of Finance for the Year 2004, 2005, Robert F. Stambaugh
  63. Report of the Executive Secretary and Treasurer for the Year Ending September 30, 2004, 2005, David H. Pyle
  64. Stochastic Convenience Yield Implied from Commodity Futures and Interest Rates, 2005, Jaime Casassus; Pierre Collin‐Dufresne
  65. Strategic Behavior and Underpricing in Uniform Price Auctions: Evidence from Finnish Treasury Auctions, 2005, Matti Keloharju; Kjell G. Nyborg; Kristian Rydqvist
  66. Testing Agency Theory with Entrepreneur Effort and Wealth, 2005, Marianne P. Bitler; Tobias J. Moskowitz; Annette Vissing‐Jørgensen
  67. The Choice of Payment Method in European Mergers and Acquisitions, 2005, Mara Faccio; Ronald W. Masulis
  68. The Geography of Equity Analysis, 2005, Christopher J. Malloy
  69. The Impact of Bank Consolidation on Commercial Borrower Welfare, 2005, Jason Karceski; Steven Ongena; David C. Smith
  70. The Limits of Financial Globalization, 2005, René M. Stulz
  71. The Market Impact of Trends and Sequences in Performance: New Evidence, 2005, Gregory R. Durham; Michael G. Hertzel; J. Spencer Martin
  72. The Optimal Concentration of Creditors, 2005, Arturo Bris; Ivo Welch
  73. The Role of IPO Underwriting Syndicates: Pricing, Information Production, and Underwriter Competition, 2005, Shane A. Corwin; Paul Schultz
  74. The Stock Market's Reaction to Unemployment News: Why Bad News Is Usually Good for Stocks, 2005, John H. Boyd; Jian Hu; Ravi Jagannathan
  75. The Theory of Bank Risk Taking and Competition Revisited, 2005, John H. Boyd; Gianni De Nicoló
  76. The Value Premium, 2005, Lu Zhang
  77. Thy Neighbor's Portfolio: Word‐of‐Mouth Effects in the Holdings and Trades of Money Managers, 2005, Harrison Hong; Jeffrey D. Kubik; Jeremy C. Stein
  78. Time Variation in the Covariance between Stock Returns and Consumption Growth, 2005, Gregory R. Duffee
  79. To Steal or Not to Steal: Firm Attributes, Legal Environment, and Valuation, 2005, Art Durnev; E. Han Kim
  80. Trade Generation, Reputation, and Sell‐Side Analysts, 2005, Andrew R. Jackson
  81. Trading Volume, Information Asymmetry, and Timing Information, 2005, Joon Chae
  82. Transparency and International Portfolio Holdings, 2005, R. Gaston Gelos; Shang‐Jin Wei
  83. Trends in Corporate Governance, 2005, Benjamin E. Hermalin
  84. Vested Interest and Biased Price Estimates: Evidence from an Auction Market, 2005, Jianping Mei; Michael Moses
  85. Wanna Dance? How Firms and Underwriters Choose Each Other, 2005, Chitru S. Fernando; Vladimir A. Gatchev; Paul A. Spindt
  86. Wealth Destruction on a Massive Scale? A Study of Acquiring‐Firm Returns in the Recent Merger Wave, 2005, Sara B. Moeller; Frederik P. Schlingemann; René M. Stulz
  87. What Determines the Domestic Bias and Foreign Bias? Evidence from Mutual Fund Equity Allocations Worldwide, 2005, Kalok Chan; Vicentiu Covrig; Lilian Ng
  88. What Explains the Stock Market's Reaction to Federal Reserve Policy?, 2005, Ben S. Bernanke; Kenneth N. Kuttner

Journal of Financial Economics

  1. Accounting transparency and the term structure of credit spreads, 2005, Fan Yu
  2. An empirical examination of the costs and benefits of executive stock options: Evidence from Japan, 2005, Hideaki Kiyoshi Kato; Michael Lemmon; Mi Luo; James Schallheim
  3. Asset pricing with liquidity risk, 2005, Viral V. Acharya; Lasse Heje Pedersen
  4. Can foreign firms bond themselves effectively by renting U.S. securities laws?, 2005, Jordan Siegel
  5. Comovement, 2005, Nicholas Barberis; Andrei Shleifer; Jeffrey Wurgler
  6. Conflicts between principals and agents: evidence from residential brokerage, 2005, R.C. Rutherford; T.M. Springer; A. Yavas
  7. Crossborder dividend taxation and the preferences of taxable and nontaxable investors: Evidence from Canada, 2005, Susan E.K. Christoffersen; Christopher C. Geczy; David K. Musto; Adam V. Reed
  8. Dealer behavior and trading systems in foreign exchange markets, 2005, Geir Hoidal Bjonnes; Dagfinn Rime
  9. Determinants and implications of arbitrage holdings in acquisitions, 2005, Jim Hsieh; Ralph A. Walkling
  10. Dimensions of execution quality: Recent evidence for US equity markets, 2005, Ekkehart Boehmer
  11. Do hedge funds have enough capital? A value-at-risk approach, 2005, Anurag Gupta; Bing Liang
  12. Do tender offers create value? New methods and evidence, 2005, Sanjai Bhagat; Ming Dong; David Hirshleifer; Robert Noah
  13. Does financial liberalization spur growth?, 2005, Geert Bekaert; Campbell R. Harvey; Christian Lundblad
  14. Does function follow organizational form? Evidence from the lending practices of large and small banks, 2005, Allen N. Berger; Nathan H. Miller; Mitchell A. Petersen; Raghuram G. Rajan; Jeremy C. Stein
  15. Does it pay to be loyal? An empirical analysis of underwriting relationships and fees, 2005, Timothy R. Burch; Vikram Nanda; Vincent Warther
  16. Dynamic risk management: Theory and evidence, 2005, Frank Fehle; Sergey Tsyplakov
  17. Earnings expectations, investor trade size, and anomalous returns around earnings announcements, 2005, Robert H. Battalio; Richard R. Mendenhall
  18. Evidence on the speed of convergence to market efficiency, 2005, Tarun Chordia; Richard Roll; Avanidhar Subrahmanyam
  19. Exercise behavior, valuation, and the incentive effects of employee stock options, 2005, J. Carr Bettis; John M. Bizjak; Michael L. Lemmon
  20. Expected returns and expected dividend growth, 2005, Martin Lettau; Sydney C. Ludvigson
  21. Explaining the size of the mutual fund industry around the world, 2005, Ajay Khorana; Henri Servaes; Peter Tufano
  22. Financial intermediation as a beliefs-bridge between optimists and pessimists, 2005, Joshua D. Coval; Anjan V. Thakor
  23. Financing decisions: who issues stock?, 2005, Eugene F. Fama; Kenneth R. French
  24. Global trends in IPO methods: Book building versus auctions with endogenous entry, 2005, Ann E. Sherman
  25. How much value can blockholders tunnel? Evidence from the Bulgarian mass privatization auctions, 2005, Vladimir Atanasov
  26. Industry structure and horizontal takeovers: Analysis of wealth effects on rivals, suppliers, and corporate customers, 2005, Husayn Shahrur
  27. Inflation risk premia and the expectations hypothesis, 2005, Andrea Buraschi; Alexei Jiltsov
  28. Information content of equity analyst reports, 2005, Paul Asquith; Andrea S. Au; Michael B. Mikhail
  29. Informational effects of regulation FD: evidence from rating agencies, 2005, Philippe Jorion; Zhu Liu; Charles Shi
  30. Institutions, ownership, and finance: the determinants of profit reinvestment among Chinese firms, 2005, Robert Cull; Lixin Colin Xu
  31. Integration, organizational processes, and allocation of resources, 2005, Oguzhan Ozbas
  32. Interactions of corporate financing and investment decisions: The effects of agency conflicts, 2005, Paul D. Childs; David C. Mauer; Steven H. Ott
  33. Investment timing, agency, and information, 2005, Steven R. Grenadier; Neng Wang
  34. Is value riskier than growth?, 2005, Ralitsa Petkova; Lu Zhang
  35. Issuer surplus and the partial adjustment of IPO prices to public information, 2005, Roger M. Edelen; Gregory B. Kadlec
  36. Law, finance, and economic growth in China, 2005, Franklin Allen; Jun Qian; Meijun Qian
  37. Let's make a deal! How shareholder control impacts merger payoffs, 2005, Thomas Moeller
  38. Liquidity of emerging markets, 2005, David A. Lesmond
  39. Liquidity: Urban versus rural firms, 2005, Tim Loughran; Paul Schultz
  40. Management quality, certification, and initial public offerings, 2005, Thomas J. Chemmanur; Imants Paeglis
  41. Market manipulation: A comprehensive study of stock pools, 2005, Guolin Jiang; Paul G. Mahoney; Jianping Mei
  42. Mutual fund performance with learning across funds, 2005, Christopher S. Jones; Jay Shanken
  43. News spillovers in the sovereign debt market, 2005, Amar Gande; David C. Parsley
  44. On the suboptimality of single-factor exercise strategies for Bermudan swaptions, 2005, Mikkel Svenstrup
  45. Optimal toeholds in takeover contests, 2005, Eitan Goldman; Jun Qian
  46. Payout policy in the 21st century, 2005, Alon Brav; John R. Graham; Campbell R. Harvey; Roni Michaely
  47. Politicians and banks: Political influences on government-owned banks in emerging markets, 2005, I. Serdar Dinc
  48. Postprivatization corporate governance: The role of ownership structure and investor protection, 2005, Narjess Boubakri; Jean-Claude Cosset; Omrane Guedhami
  49. Pricing, exit, and location decisions of firms: Evidence on the role of debt and operating efficiency, 2005, Naveen Khanna; Sheri Tice
  50. Professional trader discipline and trade disposition, 2005, Peter R. Locke; Steven C. Mann
  51. Profitable predictability in the cross section of stock returns, 2005, J. Douglas Hanna; Mark J. Ready
  52. Prospect theory, mental accounting, and momentum, 2005, Mark Grinblatt; Bing Han
  53. Shareholder investment horizons and the market for corporate control, 2005, Jose-Miguel Gaspar; Massimo Massa; Pedro Matos
  54. Short interest, institutional ownership, and stock returns, 2005, Paul Asquith; Parag A. Pathak; Jay R. Ritter
  55. Short sales, institutional investors and the cross-section of stock returns, 2005, Stefan Nagel
  56. Short- and long-term demand curves for stocks: theory and evidence on the dynamics of arbitrage, 2005, Robin Greenwood
  57. Stock and bond market interaction: Does momentum spill over?, 2005, William R. Gebhardt; Soeren Hvidkjaer; Bhaskaran Swaminathan
  58. Stock price clustering on option expiration dates, 2005, Sophie Xiaoyan Ni; Neil D. Pearson; Allen M. Poteshman
  59. Strategic trading behavior and price distortion in a manipulated market: anatomy of a squeeze, 2005, John Jr Merrick; Narayan Y. Naik; Pradeep K. Yadav
  60. The "make or take" decision in an electronic market: Evidence on the evolution of liquidity, 2005, Robert Bloomfield; Maureen O'Hara; Gideon Saar
  61. The choice between rights offerings and private equity placements, 2005, Henrik Cronqvist; Mattias Nilsson
  62. The costs of entrenched boards, 2005, Lucian A. Bebchuk; Alma Cohen
  63. The cross-section of expected corporate bond returns: Betas or characteristics?, 2005, William R. Gebhardt; Soeren Hvidkjaer; Bhaskaran Swaminathan
  64. The dynamics of international equity market expectations, 2005, Michael J. Brennan; H. Henry Cao; Norman Strong; Xinzhong Xu
  65. The dynamics of mergers and acquisitions, 2005, Erwan Morellec; Alexei Zhdanov
  66. The economics of interest rates, 2005, Oldrich Alfons Vasicek
  67. The effect of external finance on the equilibrium allocation of capital, 2005, Heitor Almeida; Daniel Wolfenzon
  68. The many facets of privately negotiated stock repurchases, 2005, Urs C. Peyer; Theo Vermaelen
  69. The risk and return of venture capital, 2005, John H. Cochrane
  70. The timing of initial public offerings, 2005, Simon Benninga; Mark Helmantel; Oded Sarig
  71. There is a risk-return trade-off after all, 2005, Eric Ghysels; Pedro Santa-Clara; Rossen Valkanov
  72. Time-varying market integration and expected returns in emerging markets, 2005, Frank De Jong; Frans A. De Roon
  73. Unchecked intermediaries: Price manipulation in an emerging stock market, 2005, Asim Ijaz Khwaja; Atif Mian
  74. Valuation waves and merger activity: The empirical evidence, 2005, Matthew Rhodes-Kropf; David T. Robinson; S. Viswanathan
  75. What drives merger waves?, 2005, Jarrad Harford
  76. What happened to liquidity when world war I shut the NYSE?, 2005, William L. Silber
  77. Why do some firms give stock options to all employees?: An empirical examination of alternative theories, 2005, Paul Oyer; Scott Schaefer
  78. Why stocks may disappoint, 2005, Andrew Ang; Geert Bekaert; Jun Liu
  79. You can't always get what you want: Trade-size clustering and quantity choice in liquidity, 2005, Pamela C. Moulton

Review of Financial Studies

  1. A Shrinkage Approach to Model Uncertainty and Asset Allocation, 2005, Zhenyu Wang
  2. A Simulation Approach to Dynamic Portfolio Choice with an Application to Learning About Return Predictability, 2005, Michael W. Brandt; Amit Goyal; Pedro Santa-Clara; Jonathan R. Stroud
  3. An Empirical Analysis of Stock and Bond Market Liquidity, 2005, Tarun Chordia
  4. An Equilibrium Model of Asset Pricing and Moral Hazard, 2005, Hui Ou-Yang
  5. An Equilibrium Model of Rare-Event Premia and Its Implication for Option Smirks, 2005, Jun Liu
  6. Anonymity, Adverse Selection, and the Sorting of Interdealer Trades, 2005, Peter C. Reiss
  7. Consumption and Portfolio Choice over the Life Cycle, 2005, Joao F. Cocco
  8. Coordination of Expectations in Asset Pricing Experiments, 2005, Cars Hommes; Joep Sonnemans; Jan Tuinstra; Henk Van De Velden
  9. Corporate Governance, Incentives, and Industry Consolidations, 2005, Keith C. Brown
  10. Decision Processes, Agency Problems, and Information: An Economic Analysis of Capital Budgeting Procedures, 2005, Anthony M. Marino; John G. Matsusaka
  11. Do Domestic Investors Have an Edge? The Trading Experience of Foreign Investors in Korea, 2005, Hyuk Choe; Bong-Chan Kho; René M. Stulz
  12. Do Heterogeneous Beliefs Matter for Asset Pricing?, 2005, Evan W. Anderson; Eric Ghysels; Jennifer L. Juergens
  13. Does Risk Seeking Drive Stock Prices? A Stochastic Dominance Analysis of Aggregate Investor Preferences and Beliefs, 2005, Haim Levy; Thierry Post
  14. Dynamic Consumption and Portfolio Choice with Stochastic Volatility in Incomplete Markets, 2005, George Chacko; Luis M. Viceira
  15. Fund Families as Delegated Monitors of Money Managers, 2005, Simon Gervais; Anthony W. Lynch; David K. Musto
  16. Household Portfolio Diversification: A Case for Rank-Dependent Preferences, 2005, Valery Polkovnichenko
  17. How Does Industry Affect Firm Financial Structure?, 2005, Peter Mackay; Gordon M. Phillips
  18. How Often to Sample a Continuous-Time Process in the Presence of Market Microstructure Noise, 2005, Yacine Aït-Sahalia
  19. IPO Market Timing, 2005, Aydoğan Altı
  20. IPOs with Buy- and Sell-Side Information Production: The Dark Side of Open Sales, 2005, Chris Yung
  21. Information Acquisition Under Uncertainty in Credit Markets, 2005, Priyodorshi Banerjee
  22. Information Leakage and Market Efficiency, 2005, Markus K. Brunnermeier
  23. Interbank Market Integration under Asymmetric Information, 2005, Xavier Freixas
  24. Is Default Event Risk Priced in Corporate Bonds?, 2005, Joost Driessen
  25. Island Goes Dark: Transparency, Fragmentation, and Regulation, 2005, Terrence Hendershott; Charles M. Jones
  26. Jackknifing Bond Option Prices, 2005, Peter C. B. Phillips
  27. Limit Order Book as a Market for Liquidity, 2005, Thierry Foucault; Ohad Kadan; Eugene Kandel
  28. Market Frictions, Price Delay, and the Cross-Section of Expected Returns, 2005, Kewei Hou; Tobias J. Moskowitz
  29. Model Uncertainty, Limited Market Participation, and Asset Prices, 2005, H. Henry Cao; Tan Wang; Harold H. Zhang
  30. Nonparametric Specification Testing for Continuous-Time Models with Applications to Term Structure of Interest Rates, 2005, Yongmiao Hong
  31. Optimal Consumption and Portfolio Choices with Risky Housing and Borrowing Constraints, 2005, Rui Yao
  32. Optimal Contracts Under Adverse Selection and Moral Hazard: A Continuous-Time Approach, 2005, Jaeyoung Sung
  33. Portfolio Choice in the Presence of Housing, 2005, Joao F. Cocco
  34. Powerful CEOs and Their Impact on Corporate Performance, 2005, Renée B. Adams; Heitor Almeida; Daniel Ferreira
  35. Short-Term Persistence in Mutual Fund Performance, 2005, Nicolas P. B. Bollen
  36. The Model-Free Implied Volatility and Its Information Content, 2005, George J. Jiang; Yisong S. Tian
  37. The Pooling and Tranching of Securities: A Model of Informed Intermediation, 2005, Peter M. Demarzo
  38. Why Do Firms Announce Open-Market Repurchase Programs?, 2005, Jacob Oded
  39. Why Do Larger Orders Receive Discounts on the London Stock Exchange?, 2005, Dan Bernhardt; Vladimir Dvoracek; Eric Hughson; Ingrid M. Werner