Mingze Gao

Curated Reading List - 2009

Journal of Finance

  1. A Bayesian's Bubble, 2009, C. Wei Li; Hui Xue
  2. A Rational Expectations Equilibrium with Informative Trading Volume, 2009, Jan Schneider
  3. Access to Capital, Capital Structure, and the Funding of the Firm, 2009, Omer Brav
  4. Agency Problems at Dual‐Class Companies, 2009, Ronald W. Masulis; Cong Wang; Fei Xie
  5. Analyzing the Tax Benefits from Employee Stock Options, 2009, Ilona Babenko; Yuri Tserlukevich
  6. Are Liquidity and Information Risks Priced in the Treasury Bond Market?, 2009, Yan He; Haitao Li; Junbo Wang; Chunchi Wu
  7. Attracting Flows by Attracting Big Clients, 2009, Lauren Cohen; Breno Schmidt
  8. Bank Loan Supply, Lender Choice, and Corporate Capital Structure, 2009, Mark T. Leary
  9. Blockholder Trading, Market Efficiency, and Managerial Myopia, 2009, Alex Edmans
  10. Business Networks, Corporate Governance, and Contracting in the Mutual Fund Industry, 2009, Camelia M. Kuhnen
  11. CEO Compensation and Board Structure, 2009, Vidhi Chhaochharia; Yaniv Grinstein
  12. Cash Flow, Consumption Risk, and the Cross‐section of Stock Returns, 2009, Zhi Da
  13. Catastrophic Risk and Credit Markets, 2009, Mark J. Garmaise; Tobias J. Moskowitz
  14. Catering through Nominal Share Prices, 2009, Malcolm Baker; Robin Greenwood; Jeffrey Wurgler
  15. Control Rights and Capital Structure: An Empirical Investigation, 2009, Michael R. Roberts; Amir Sufi
  16. Credit Contagion from Counterparty Risk, 2009, Philippe Jorion; Gaiyan Zhang
  17. Creditor Rights, Enforcement, and Bank Loans, 2009, Kee‐Hong Bae; Vidhan K. Goyal
  18. Determinants of Vertical Integration: Financial Development and Contracting Costs, 2009, Daron Acemoglu; Simon Johnson; Todd Mitton
  19. Do Entrenched Managers Pay Their Workers More?, 2009, Henrik Cronqvist; Fredrik Heyman; Mattias Nilsson; Helena Svaleryd; Jonas Vlachos
  20. Do Hedge Fund Managers Misreport Returns? Evidence from the Pooled Distribution, 2009, Nicolas P.B. Bollen; Veronika K. Pool
  21. Do Stock Mergers Create Value for Acquirers?, 2009, Qi Lu; Pavel G. Savor
  22. Driven to Distraction: Extraneous Events and Underreaction to Earnings News, 2009, David Hirshleifer; Sonya Seongyeon Lim; Siew Hong Teoh
  23. Eat or Be Eaten: A Theory of Mergers and Firm Size, 2009, Gary Gorton; Matthias Kahl; Richard J. Rosen
  24. Electing Directors, 2009, Jie Cai; Jacqueline L. Garner; Ralph A. Walkling
  25. Entrepreneurial Shareholder Activism: Hedge Funds and Other Private Investors, 2009, April Klein; Emanuel Zur
  26. Equilibrium Portfolio Strategies in the Presence of Sentiment Risk and Excess Volatility, 2009, Bernard Dumas; Alexander Kurshev; Raman Uppal
  27. Explicit versus Implicit Contracts: Evidence from CEO Employment Agreements, 2009, Stuart L. Gillan; Jay C. Hartzell; Robert Parrino
  28. Exponential Growth Bias and Household Finance, 2009, Victor Stango; Jonathan Zinman
  30. Financial Constraints, Debt Capacity, and the Cross‐section of Stock Returns, 2009, Jaehoon Hahn; Hangyong Lee
  31. Financially Constrained Stock Returns, 2009, Dmitry Livdan; Horacio Sapriza; Lu Zhang
  32. Financing Innovation and Growth: Cash Flow, External Equity, and the 1990s R&D Boom, 2009, James R. Brown; Steven M. Fazzari; Bruce C. Petersen
  33. First‐Order Risk Aversion, Heterogeneity, and Asset Market Outcomes, 2009, David A. Chapman; Valery Polkovnichenko
  34. Frailty Correlated Default, 2009, Darrell Duffie; Andreas Eckner; Guillaume Horel; Leandro Saita
  35. Getting Out Early: An Analysis of Market Making Activity at the Recommending Analyst's Firm, 2009, Jennifer L. Juergens; Laura Lindsey
  36. Hedge Fund Risk Dynamics: Implications for Performance Appraisal, 2009, Nicolas P.B. Bollen; Robert E. Whaley
  37. High‐Water Marks: High Risk Appetites? Convex Compensation, Long Horizons, and Portfolio Choice, 2009, Stavros Panageas; Mark M. Westerfield
  38. IPO Underpricing over the Very Long Run, 2009, David Chambers; Elroy Dimson
  39. Implications of Keeping‐Up‐with‐the‐Joneses Behavior for the Equilibrium Cross Section of Stock Returns: International Evidence, 2009, Juan‐Pedro Gómez; Richard Priestley; Fernando Zapatero
  40. Income Risk and Portfolio Choice: An Empirical Study, 2009, Xiaohong Angerer; Pok‐Sang Lam
  41. Information Immobility and the Home Bias Puzzle, 2009, Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh; Laura Veldkamp
  42. International Stock Return Comovements, 2009, Geert Bekaert; Robert J. Hodrick; Xiaoyan Zhang
  43. International Taxation and the Direction and Volume of Cross‐Border M&As, 2009, Harry P. Huizinga; Johannes Voget
  44. Investor Inattention and Friday Earnings Announcements, 2009, Stefano Dellavigna; Joshua M. Pollet
  45. It's SHO Time! Short‐Sale Price Tests and Market Quality, 2009, Karl B. Diether; Kuan‐Hui Lee; Ingrid M. Werner
  46. Labor and Corporate Governance: International Evidence from Restructuring Decisions, 2009, Julian Atanassov; E. Han Kim
  47. Level Playing Fields in International Financial Regulation, 2009, Alan D. Morrison; Lucy White
  48. Long‐Run Stockholder Consumption Risk and Asset Returns, 2009, Christopher J. Malloy; Tobias J. Moskowitz; Annette Vissing‐Jørgensen
  49. Making Sense of Cents: An Examination of Firms That Marginally Miss or Beat Analyst Forecasts, 2009, Sanjeev Bhojraj; Paul Hribar; John Mcinnis; Marc Picconi
  50. Market Sidedness: Insights into Motives for Trade Initiation, 2009, Asani Sarkar; Robert A. Schwartz
  51. Media Coverage and the Cross‐section of Stock Returns, 2009, Lily Fang; Joel Peress
  52. Momentum, Reversal, and Uninformed Traders in Laboratory Markets, 2009, Robert J. Bloomfield; William B. Tayler; Flora (Hailan) Zhou
  53. Oil Futures Prices in a Production Economy with Investment Constraints, 2009, Leonid Kogan; Dmitry Livdan; Amir Yaron
  54. Predictive Systems: Living with Imperfect Predictors, 2009, Ľuboš Pástor; Robert F. Stambaugh
  55. Presidential Address: Sophisticated Investors and Market Efficiency, 2009, Jeremy C. Stein
  56. Private Benefits of Control, Ownership, and the Cross‐listing Decision, 2009, Craig Doidge; G. Andrew Karolyi; Karl V. Lins; Darius P. Miller; René M. Stulz
  57. Public Information, IPO Price Formation, and Long‐Run Returns: Japanese Evidence, 2009, Kenji Kutsuna; Janet Kiholm Smith; Richard L. Smith
  58. Rank‐Order Tournaments and Incentive Alignment: The Effect on Firm Performance, 2009, Jayant R. Kale; Ebru Reis; Anand Venkateswaran
  59. Real Options, Product Market Competition, and Asset Returns, 2009, Felipe L. Aguerrevere
  60. Reinforcement Learning and Savings Behavior, 2009, James J. Choi; David Laibson; Brigitte C. Madrian; Andrew Metrick
  61. Report of the Editor of The Journal of Finance for the Year 2008, 2009, Campbell R. Harvey
  62. Report of the Executive Secretary and Treasurer for the Year Ending September 30, 2008, 2009, David H. Pyle
  63. Rewriting History, 2009, Alexander Ljungqvist; Christopher Malloy; Felicia Marston
  64. Risk in Dynamic Arbitrage: The Price Effects of Convergence Trading, 2009, Péter Kondor
  65. Role of Managerial Incentives and Discretion in Hedge Fund Performance, 2009, Vikas Agarwal; Naveen D. Daniel; Narayan Y. Naik
  66. Securitization and the Declining Impact of Bank Finance on Loan Supply: Evidence from Mortgage Originations, 2009, Elena Loutskina; Philip E. Strahan
  67. Sensation Seeking, Overconfidence, and Trading Activity, 2009, Mark Grinblatt; Matti Keloharju
  68. Share Repurchases and Pay‐Performance Sensitivity of Employee Compensation Contracts, 2009, Ilona Babenko
  69. Should Investors Bet on the Jockey or the Horse? Evidence from the Evolution of Firms from Early Business Plans to Public Companies, 2009, Steven N. Kaplan; Berk A. Sensoy; Per Strömberg
  70. Target Behavior and Financing: How Conclusive Is the Evidence?, 2009, Xin Chang; Sudipto Dasgupta
  71. The Corporate Propensity to Save, 2009, Leigh A. Riddick; Toni M. Whited
  72. The Manipulation of Executive Stock Option Exercise Strategies: Information Timing and Backdating, 2009, David C. Cicero
  73. The Price Is (Almost) Right, 2009, Randolph B. Cohen; Christopher Polk; Tuomo Vuolteenaho
  74. The Price of Correlation Risk: Evidence from Equity Options, 2009, Joost Driessen; Pascal J. Maenhout; Grigory Vilkov
  75. The Relation between Price and Performance in the Mutual Fund Industry, 2009, Javier Gil‐Bazo; Pablo Ruiz‐Verdú
  76. Trading Costs and Returns for U.S. Equities: Estimating Effective Costs from Daily Data, 2009, Joel Hasbrouck
  77. What Drives the Disposition Effect? An Analysis of a Long‐Standing Preference‐Based Explanation, 2009, Nicholas Barberis; Wei Xiong
  78. Who Gambles in the Stock Market?, 2009, Alok Kumar
  79. Why Are Buyouts Levered? The Financial Structure of Private Equity Funds, 2009, Ulf Axelson; Per Strömberg; Michael S. Weisbach
  80. Why Do U.S. Firms Hold So Much More Cash than They Used To?, 2009, Thomas W. Bates; Kathleen M. Kahle; René M. Stulz
  81. Work Ethic, Employment Contracts, and Firm Value, 2009, Bruce Ian Carlin; Simon Gervais

Journal of Financial Economics

  1. A market-clearing role for inefficiency on a limit order book, 2009, Jeremy Large
  2. Accruals, cash flows, and aggregate stock returns, 2009, David Hirshleifer; Kewei Hou; Siew Hong Teoh
  3. Affiliated mutual funds and analyst optimism, 2009, Massimo Guidolin; Simona Mola
  4. Are elite universities losing their competitive edge?, 2009, E. Han Kim; Adair Morse; Luigi Zingales
  5. Are fairness opinions fair? The case of mergers and acquisitions, 2009, Darren J. Kisgen; Jun "Qj" Qian; Weihong Song
  6. Asymmetric information effects on loan spreads, 2009, Victoria Ivashina
  7. Bank governance, regulation and risk taking, 2009, Luc Laeven; Ross Levine
  8. CEO pay and the Lake Wobegon Effect, 2009, Rachel M. Hayes; Scott Schaefer
  9. Can interest rate volatility be extracted from the cross section of bond yields?, 2009, Pierre Collin-Dufresne; Robert S. Goldstein; Christopher S. Jones
  10. Capital expenditures, financial constraints, and the use of options, 2009, Tim Adam
  11. Cashflow risk, systematic earnings revisions, and the cross-section of stock returns, 2009, Zhi Da; Mitchell Craig Warachka
  12. Caught on tape: Institutional trading, stock returns, and earnings announcements, 2009, John Y. Campbell; Tarun Ramadorai; Allie Schwartz
  13. City size and fund performance, 2009, Susan E.K. Christoffersen; Sergei Sarkissian
  14. Collateral pricing, 2009, Efraim Benmelech; Nittai K. Bergman
  15. Conditional volatility in affine term-structure models: Evidence from Treasury and swap markets, 2009, Kris Jacobs; Lotfi Karoui
  16. Convertible bond arbitrage, liquidity externalities, and stock prices, 2009, Darwin Choi; Mila Getmansky; Heather Tookes
  17. Corruption in bank lending to firms: Cross-country micro evidence on the beneficial role of competition and information sharing, 2009, James R. Barth; Chen Lin; Ping Lin; Frank M. Song
  18. Cosmetic mergers: The effect of style investing on the market for corporate control, 2009, Massimo Massa; Lei Zhang
  19. Cost of capital effects and changes in growth expectations around U.S. cross-listings, 2009, Luzi Hail; Christian Leuz
  20. Creditor control rights and firm investment policy, 2009, Greg Nini; David C. Smith; Amir Sufi
  21. Cross-section of option returns and volatility, 2009, Amit Goyal; Alessio Saretto
  22. Debt, bargaining, and credibility in firm-supplier relationships, 2009, Christopher A. Hennessy; Dmitry Livdan
  23. Deductio' ad absurdum: CEOs donating their own stock to their own family foundations, 2009, David Yermack
  24. Democratizing entry: Banking deregulations, financing constraints, and entrepreneurship, 2009, William R. Kerr; Ramana Nanda
  25. Dispersion in analysts' earnings forecasts and credit rating, 2009, Doron Avramov; Tarun Chordia; Gergana Jostova; Alexander Philipov
  26. Dividend policy, creditor rights, and the agency costs of debt, 2009, Paul Brockman; Emre Unlu
  27. Do banks price their informational monopoly?, 2009, Galina Hale; João A.C. Santos
  28. Do firms have leverage targets? Evidence from acquisitions, 2009, Jarrad Harford; Sandy Klasa; Nathan Walcott
  29. Do liquidity measures measure liquidity?, 2009, Ruslan Y. Goyenko; Craig W. Holden; Charles A. Trzcinka
  30. Does investor recognition predict returns?, 2009, Andriy Bodnaruk; Per Ostberg
  31. Does religion matter in corporate decision making in America?, 2009, Gilles Hilary; Kai Wai Hui
  32. Dynamic order submission strategies with competition between a dealer market and a crossing network, 2009, Mark Van Achter; Hans Degryse; Gunther Wuyts
  33. Early-stage financing and firm growth in new industries, 2009, Roman Inderst; Holger M. Mueller
  34. Employment risk, compensation incentives, and managerial risk taking: Evidence from the mutual fund industry, 2009, Alexander Kempf; Stefan Ruenzi; Tanja Thiele
  35. Founders, heirs, and corporate opacity in the United States, 2009, Ronald C. Anderson; Augustine Duru; David M. Reeb
  36. Global market integration: An alternative measure and its application, 2009, Kuntara Pukthuanthong; Richard Roll
  37. Global private information in international equity markets, 2009, Rui Albuquerque; Gregory H. Bauer; Martin Schneider
  38. Has New York become less competitive than London in global markets? Evaluating foreign listing choices over time, 2009, Craig Doidge; G. Andrew Karolyi; Ren M. Stulz
  39. Hedging and competition, 2009, Tingjun Liu; Christine A. Parlour
  40. Hidden liquidity: An analysis of order exposure strategies in electronic stock markets, 2009, Hendrik Bessembinder; Marios Panayides; Kumar Venkataraman
  41. High idiosyncratic volatility and low returns: International and further U.S. evidence, 2009, Andrew Ang; Robert J. Hodrick; Yuhang Xing; Xiaoyan Zhang
  42. Idiosyncratic risk and the cross-section of expected stock returns, 2009, Fangjian Fu
  43. Individual investor mutual fund flows, 2009, Zoran Ivkovic; Scott Weisbenner
  44. Inexperienced investors and bubbles, 2009, Robin Greenwood; Stefan Nagel
  45. Information asymmetry and firms' credit market access: Evidence from Moody's credit rating format refinement, 2009, Tony T. Tang
  46. Informed traders and limit order markets, 2009, Ronald L. Goettler; Christine A. Parlour; Uday Rajan
  47. Institutional industry herding, 2009, Nicole Choi; Richard W. Sias
  48. Investor activism and takeovers, 2009, Robin Greenwood; Michael Schor
  49. It pays to have friends, 2009, Byoung-Hyoun Hwang; Seoyoung Kim
  50. Liquidity risk and syndicate structure, 2009, Evan Gatev; Philip E. Strahan
  51. Managerial ownership dynamics and firm value, 2009, Rüdiger Fahlenbrach; René M. Stulz
  52. Managerial risk-taking behavior and equity-based compensation, 2009, Angie Low
  53. Merger negotiations and the toehold puzzle, 2009, Sandra Betton; B. Espen Eckbo; Karin S. Thorburn
  54. Mortgage timing, 2009, Otto Van Hemert; Ralph S.J. Koijen; Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh
  55. Neighborhood matters: The impact of location on broad based stock option plans, 2009, Simi Kedia; Shiva Rajgopal
  56. On the reversal of return and dividend growth predictability: A tale of two periods, 2009, Long Chen
  57. Opaque financial reports, R2, and crash risk, 2009, Amy P. Hutton; Alan J. Marcus; Hassan Tehranian
  58. Option markets and implied volatility: Past versus present, 2009, Scott Mixon
  59. Options trading activity and firm valuation, 2009, Richard Roll; Eduardo Schwartz; Avanidhar Subrahmanyam
  60. Payout policy and cash-flow uncertainty, 2009, J.B. Chay; Jungwon Suh
  61. Performance evaluation and self-designated benchmark indexes in the mutual fund industry, 2009, Berk A. Sensoy
  62. Predatory mortgage lending, 2009, Philip Bond; David K. Musto; Bilge Yilmaz
  63. Predictability and the earnings-returns relation, 2009, Gil Sadka; Ronnie Sadka
  64. Price-based return comovement, 2009, T. Clifton Green; Byoung-Hyoun Hwang
  65. Product market advertising and new equity issues, 2009, Thomas Chemmanur; An Yan
  66. Public and private enforcement of securities laws: Resource-based evidence, 2009, Howell E. Jackson; Mark J. Roe
  67. Public trust, the law, and financial investment, 2009, Bruce Ian Carlin; Florin Dorobantu; S. Viswanathan
  68. Redistribution by insurance market regulation: Analyzing a ban on gender-based retirement annuities, 2009, Amy Finkelstein; James Poterba; Casey Rothschild
  69. Renegotiation of financial contracts: Evidence from private credit agreements, 2009, Michael R. Roberts; Amir Sufi
  70. Risk sharing, finance, and institutions in international portfolios, 2009, Marcel Fratzscher; Jean Imbs
  71. Risk, uncertainty, and asset prices, 2009, Geert Bekaert; Eric Engstrom; Yuhang Xing
  72. Seasoned equity offerings: Quality of accounting information and expected flotation costs, 2009, Gemma Lee; Ronald W. Masulis
  73. Sell on the news: Differences of opinion, short-sales constraints, and returns around earnings announcements, 2009, Henk Berkman; Valentin Dimitrov; Prem C. Jain; Paul D. Koch; Sheri Tice
  74. Share issuance and cross-sectional returns: International evidence, 2009, R. David Mclean; Jeffrey Pontiff; Akiko Watanabe
  75. Stock market liquidity and firm value, 2009, Vivian W. Fang; Thomas H. Noe; Sheri Tice
  76. Stock splits, trading continuity, and the cost of equity capital, 2009, Ji-Chai Lin; Ajai K. Singh; Wen Yu
  77. Strategic price complexity in retail financial markets, 2009, Bruce I. Carlin
  78. Subsidiary debt, capital structure and internal capital markets, 2009, Adam C. Kolasinski
  79. Synchronicity and firm interlocks in an emerging market, 2009, Tarun Khanna; Catherine Thomas
  80. Technical analysis: An asset allocation perspective on the use of moving averages, 2009, Guofu Zhou; Yingzi Zhu
  81. Technological innovations and aggregate risk premiums, 2009, Po-Hsuan Hsu
  82. The impact of risk and uncertainty on expected returns, 2009, Evan W. Anderson; Eric Ghysels; Jennifer L. Juergens
  83. The market for corporate control and the cost of debt, 2009, Jiaping Qiu; Fan Yu
  84. The on-the-run liquidity phenomenon, 2009, Paolo Pasquariello; Clara Vega
  85. The performance of reverse leveraged buyouts, 2009, Jerry Cao; Josh Lerner
  86. The price of sin: The effects of social norms on markets, 2009, Harrison Hong; Marcin Kacperczyk
  87. The role of institutional investors in seasoned equity offerings, 2009, Thomas J. Chemmanur; Shan He; Gang Hu
  88. The strategic use of corporate cash holdings in collective bargaining with labor unions, 2009, Sandy Klasa; William F. Maxwell; Hernán Ortiz-Molina
  89. The underpricing of private targets, 2009, John W. Cooney; Thomas Moeller; Mike Stegemoller
  90. Underinvestment vs. overinvestment: Evidence from price reactions to pension contributions, 2009, Francesco Franzoni
  91. What drives volatility persistence in the foreign exchange market?, 2009, David Berger; Alain Chaboud; Erik Hjalmarsson
  92. Why is PIN priced?, 2009, Jefferson Duarte; Lance Young
  93. Women in the boardroom and their impact on governance and performance, 2009, Renée B. Adams; Daniel Ferreira

Review of Financial Studies

  1. A Dynamic Model of the Limit Order Book, 2009, Ioanid Rosu
  2. A General Stochastic Volatility Model for the Pricing of Interest Rate Derivatives, 2009, Eduardo S. Schwartz; Anders B. Trolle
  3. A Liquidity-Based Theory of Closed-End Funds, 2009, Martin Cherkes; Jacob Sagi; Richard Stanton
  4. A Multiplicative Model of Optimal CEO Incentives in Market Equilibrium, 2009, Alex Edmans; Xavier Gabaix; Augustin Landier
  5. A Reexamination of Corporate Governance and Equity Prices, 2009, Shane A. Johnson; Theodore C. Moorman; Sorin Sorescu
  6. Ambiguity Aversion and the Term Structure of Interest Rates, 2009, Patrick Gagliardini; Paolo Porchia; Fabio Trojani
  7. Ambiguity and Nonparticipation: The Role of Regulation, 2009, David Easley; Maureen O'Hara
  8. An Economic Evaluation of Empirical Exchange Rate Models, 2009, Pasquale Della Corte; Lucio Sarno; Ilias Tsiakas
  9. Anomalies, 2009, Erica X. N. Li; Dmitry Livdan; Lu Zhang
  10. Are "Market Neutral" Hedge Funds Really Market Neutral?, 2009, Andrew J. Patton
  11. Are there permanent valuation gains to overseas listing?, 2009, Sergei Sarkissian; Michael J. Schill
  12. Assessing the Costs and Benefits of Brokers in the Mutual Fund Industry, 2009, Daniel Bergstresser; John M. R. Chalmers; Peter Tufano
  13. Asset Returns and the Listing Choice of Firms, 2009, Shmuel Baruch; Gideon Saar
  14. Asset Salability and Debt Maturity: Evidence from Nineteenth-Century American Railroads, 2009, Efraim Benmelech
  15. Bank Debt and Corporate Governance, 2009, Victoria Ivashina; Nadia Massoud; Vinay B. Nair; Anthony Saunders; Roger Stover
  16. Bank Lines of Credit in Corporate Finance: An Empirical Analysis, 2009, Amir Sufi
  17. Bank Liquidity Creation, 2009, Allen N. Berger; Christa H. S. Bouwman
  18. Bankruptcy Codes and Innovation, 2009, Viral V. Acharya; Krishnamurthy V. Subramanian
  19. Basis Assets, 2009, Dong-Hyun Ahn; Jennifer Conrad; Robert F. Dittmar
  20. Benchmarking Money Manager Performance: Issues and Evidence, 2009, Louis K. C. Chan; Stephen G. Dimmock; Josef Lakonishok
  21. Big Business Owners in Politics, 2009, Pramuan Bunkanwanicha; Yupana Wiwattanakantang
  22. Brokerage Commissions and Institutional Trading Patterns, 2009, Michael A. Goldstein; Paul Irvine; Eugene Kandel; Zvi Wiener
  23. Cointegration and Consumption Risks in Asset Returns, 2009, Ravi Bansal; Robert Dittmar; Dana Kiku
  24. Conflicts of Interest and Stock Recommendations: The Effects of the Global Settlement and Related Regulations, 2009, Ohad Kadan; Leonardo Madureira; Rong Wang; Tzachi Zach
  25. Consensus in Diverse Corporate Boards, 2009, Nina Baranchuk; Philip H. Dybvig
  26. Controlling for Fixed-Income Exposure in Portfolio Evaluation: Evidence from Hybrid Mutual Funds, 2009, George Comer; Norris Larrymore; Javier Rodriguez
  27. Corporate Governance Transfer and Synergistic Gains from Mergers and Acquisitions, 2009, Cong Wang; Fei Xie
  28. Corruption, Political Connections, and Municipal Finance, 2009, Alexander W. Butler; Larry Fauver; Sandra Mortal
  29. Demand-Based Option Pricing, 2009, Nicolae Garleanu; Lasse Heje Pedersen; Allen M. Poteshman
  30. Design and Renegotiation of Debt Covenants, 2009, Nicolae Garleanu; Jeffrey Zwiebel
  31. Differences in Governance Practices between U.S. and Foreign Firms: Measurement, Causes, and Consequences, 2009, Reena Aggarwal; Isil Erel; René Stulz; Rohan Williamson
  32. Differences of Opinion of Public Information and Speculative Trading in Stocks and Options, 2009, H. Henry Cao; Hui Ou-Yang
  33. Disagreement and Learning in a Dynamic Contracting Model, 2009, Tobias Adrian; Mark M. Westerfield
  34. Disappearing Dividends, Catering, and Risk, 2009, Gerard Hoberg; Nagpurnanand R. Prabhala
  35. Distinguishing the Effect of Overconfidence from Rational Best-Response on Information Aggregation, 2009, Shimon Kogan
  36. Dividends and Corporate Shareholders, 2009, Michael J. Barclay; Clifford G. Holderness; Dennis P. Sheehan
  37. Do Foreigners Invest Less in Poorly Governed Firms?, 2009, Christian Leuz; Karl V. Lins; Francis E. Warnock
  38. Do IPOs Affect the Prices of Other Stocks? Evidence from Emerging Markets, 2009, Matías Braun; Borja Larrain
  39. Do Politically Connected Boards Affect Firm Value?, 2009, Eitan Goldman; Jörg Rocholl; Jongil So
  40. Do Retail Trades Move Markets?, 2009, Brad M. Barber; Terrance Odean; Ning Zhu
  41. Do Shareholder Rights Affect the Cost of Bank Loans?, 2009, Sudheer Chava; Dmitry Livdan; Amiyatosh Purnanandam
  42. Does Asymmetric Information Drive Capital Structure Decisions?, 2009, Sreedhar T. Bharath; Paolo Pasquariello; Guojun Wu
  43. Empire-Building or Bridge-Building? Evidence from New CEOs' Internal Capital Allocation Decisions, 2009, Yuhai Xuan
  44. Empirical Analysis of Corporate Credit Lines, 2009, Gabriel Jiménez; Jose A. Lopez; Jesus Saurina
  45. Entrepreneurial Learning, the IPO Decision, and the Post-IPO Drop in Firm Profitability, 2009, &Lubos Pástor; Lucian A. Taylor; Pietro Veronesi
  46. Equity and Cash in Intercorporate Asset Sales: Theory and Evidence, 2009, Ulrich Hege; Stefano Lovo; Myron B. Slovin; Marie E. Sushka
  47. Estimating Standard Errors in Finance Panel Data Sets: Comparing Approaches, 2009, Mitchell A. Petersen
  48. Estimating the Effect of Hierarchies on Information Use, 2009, Jose M. Liberti; Atif R. Mian
  49. Expected Returns and the Business Cycle: Heterogeneous Goods and Time-Varying Risk Aversion, 2009, Lars A. Lochstoer
  50. Expected Stock Returns and Variance Risk Premia, 2009, Tim Bollerslev; George Tauchen; Hao Zhou
  51. Explaining Credit Default Swap Spreads with the Equity Volatility and Jump Risks of Individual Firms, 2009, Benjamin Yibin Zhang; Hao Zhou; Haibin Zhu
  52. Failure Is an Option: Impediments to Short Selling and Options Prices, 2009, Richard B. Evans; Christopher C. Geczy; Adam V. Reed
  53. Financial Analysts' Performance: Sector Versus Country Specialization, 2009, Frédéric Sonney
  54. Financial Contracting with Optimistic Entrepreneurs, 2009, Augustin Landier; David Thesmar
  55. Flight-to-Quality or Flight-to-Liquidity? Evidence from the Euro-Area Bond Market, 2009, Alessandro Beber; Michael W. Brandt; Kenneth A. Kavajecz
  56. Good Times or Bad Times? Investors' Uncertainty and Stock Returns, 2009, Arzu Ozoguz
  57. Government Control of Privatized Firms, 2009, Bernardo Bortolotti; Mara Faccio
  58. Harming Depositors and Helping Borrowers: The Disparate Impact of Bank Consolidation, 2009, Kwangwoo Park; George Pennacchi
  59. Hedge Funds as Investors of Last Resort?, 2009, David J. Brophy; Paige P. Ouimet; Clemens Sialm
  60. How Active Is Your Fund Manager? A New Measure That Predicts Performance, 2009, K. J. Martijn Cremers; Antti Petajisto
  61. How Are U.S. Family Firms Controlled?, 2009, Raphael Amit; Belén Villalonga
  62. How Do Mergers Create Value? A Comparison of Taxes, Market Power, and Efficiency Improvements as Explanations for Synergies, 2009, Erik Devos; Palani-Rajan Kadapakkam; Srinivasan Krishnamurthy
  63. How Noise Trading Affects Markets: An Experimental Analysis, 2009, Robert Bloomfield; Maureen O'Hara; Gideon Saar
  64. How Smart Are the Smart Guys? A Unique View from Hedge Fund Stock Holdings, 2009, John M. Griffin; Jin Xu
  65. IPO Pricing and Allocation: A Survey of the Views of Institutional Investors, 2009, Tim Jenkinson; Howard Jones
  66. Idiosyncratic Return Volatility, Cash Flows, and Product Market Competition, 2009, Paul J. Irvine; Jeffrey Pontiff
  67. Incentive Contracts in Delegated Portfolio Management, 2009, C. Wei Li; Ashish Tiwari
  68. Incentives and Mutual Fund Performance: Higher Performance or Just Higher Risk Taking?, 2009, Massimo Massa
  69. Information in Equity Markets with Ambiguity-Averse Investors, 2009, Judson A. Caskey
  70. Insider Trading Laws and Stock Price Informativeness, 2009, Nuno Fernandes; Miguel A. Ferreira
  71. Institutional Investors and Equity Returns: Are Short-term Institutions Better Informed?, 2009, Xuemin (Sterling) Yan; Zhe Zhang
  72. Institutional Investors and the Informational Efficiency of Prices, 2009, Ekkehart Boehmer; Eric K. Kelley
  73. Investment Banks as Insiders and the Market for Corporate Control, 2009, Andriy Bodnaruk; Massimo Massa; Andrei Simonov
  74. Investment, Financing Constraints, and Internal Capital Markets: Evidence from the Advertising Expenditures of Multinational Firms, 2009, C. Edward Fee; Charles J. Hadlock; Joshua R. Pierce
  75. Is the Market for Mortgage-Backed Securities a Market for Lemons?, 2009, Chris Downing; Dwight Jaffee
  76. Just How Much Do Individual Investors Lose by Trading?, 2009, Brad M. Barber; Yi-Tsung Lee; Yu-Jane Liu; Terrance Odean
  77. Large Shareholders and Corporate Policies, 2009, Henrik Cronqvist; Rüdiger Fahlenbrach
  78. Leasing, Ability to Repossess, and Debt Capacity, 2009, Andrea L. Eisfeldt; Adriano A. Rampini
  79. Lending Relationships and Loan Contract Terms, 2009, Sreedhar T. Bharath; Sandeep Dahiya; Anthony Saunders; Anand Srinivasan
  80. Liquidity and Manipulation of Executive Compensation Schemes, 2009, Ulf Axelson; Sandeep Baliga
  81. Liquidity and Market Crashes, 2009, Jennifer Huang; Jiang Wang
  82. Loyalty-Based Portfolio Choice, 2009, Lauren Cohen
  83. Macro Factors in Bond Risk Premia, 2009, Sydney C. Ludvigson; Serena Ng
  84. Managing Bank Liquidity Risk: How Deposit-Loan Synergies Vary with Market Conditions, 2009, Evan Gatev; Til Schuermann; Philip E. Strahan
  85. Margin Trading, Overpricing, and Synchronization Risk, 2009, Sanjeev Bhojraj; Robert J. Bloomfield; William B. Tayler
  86. Market Liquidity and Funding Liquidity, 2009, Markus K. Brunnermeier; Lasse Heje Pedersen
  87. Market Valuation and Acquisition Quality: Empirical Evidence, 2009, Christa H. S. Bouwman; Kathleen Fuller; Amrita S. Nain
  88. Measuring Abnormal Bond Performance, 2009, Hendrik Bessembinder; Kathleen M. Kahle; William F. Maxwell; Danielle Xu
  89. Mispricing of S&P 500 Index Options, 2009, George M. Constantinides; Jens Carsten Jackwerth; Stylianos Perrakis
  90. Model Comparison Using the Hansen-Jagannathan Distance, 2009, Raymond Kan; Cesare Robotti
  91. Motivating Entrepreneurial Activity in a Firm, 2009, Antonio E. Bernardo; Hongbin Cai; Jiang Luo
  92. Multinationals as Arbitrageurs: The Effect of Stock Market Valuations on Foreign Direct Investment, 2009, Malcolm Baker; C. Fritz Foley; Jeffrey Wurgler
  93. Multiple-Predictor Regressions: Hypothesis Testing, 2009, Yakov Amihud; Clifford M. Hurvich; Yi Wang
  94. Mutual Fund Fees Around the World, 2009, Ajay Khorana; Henri Servaes; Peter Tufano
  95. New Measures for Performance Evaluation, 2009, Alexander Cherny; Dilip Madan
  96. Nondiversification Traps in Catastrophe Insurance Markets, 2009, Rustam Ibragimov; Dwight Jaffee; Johan Walden
  97. Nonparametric Estimation of State-Price Densities Implicit in Interest Rate Cap Prices, 2009, Haitao Li; Feng Zhao
  98. On Loan Sales, Loan Contracting, and Lending Relationships, 2009, Steven Drucker; Manju Puri
  99. On the Growth Effect of Stock Market Liberalizations, 2009, Nandini Gupta; Kathy Yuan
  100. On the Relation Between the Credit Spread Puzzle and the Equity Premium Puzzle, 2009, Long Chen; Pierre Collin-Dufresne; Robert S. Goldstein
  101. Open-Loop Equilibria and Perfect Competition in Option Exercise Games, 2009, Kerry Back; Dirk Paulsen
  102. Optimal Executive Compensation when Firm Size Follows Geometric Brownian Motion, 2009, Zhiguo He
  103. Optimal Filtering of Jump Diffusions: Extracting Latent States from Asset Prices, 2009, Michael S. Johannes; Nicholas G. Polson; Jonathan R. Stroud
  104. Optimal Versus Naive Diversification: How Inefficient is the 1-N Portfolio Strategy?, 2009, Victor Demiguel; Lorenzo Garlappi; Raman Uppal
  105. Option Backdating and Board Interlocks, 2009, John Bizjak; Michael Lemmon; Ryan Whitby
  106. Ownership: Evolution and Regulation, 2009, Julian Franks; Colin Mayer; Stefano Rossi
  107. Parametric Portfolio Policies: Exploiting Characteristics in the Cross-Section of Equity Returns, 2009, Michael W. Brandt; Pedro Santa-Clara; Rossen Valkanov
  108. Pension Reform, Ownership Structure, and Corporate Governance: Evidence from a Natural Experiment, 2009, Mariassunta Giannetti; Luc Laeven
  109. Price Drift as an Outcome of Differences in Higher-Order Beliefs, 2009, Snehal Banerjee; Ron Kaniel; Ilan Kremer
  110. Promotion Tournaments and Capital Rationing, 2009, Bing Han; David Hirshleifer; John C. Persons
  111. Return Decomposition, 2009, Long Chen; Xinlei Zhao
  112. Returns to Shareholder Activism: Evidence from a Clinical Study of the Hermes UK Focus Fund, 2009, Marco Becht; Julian Franks; Colin Mayer; Stefano Rossi
  113. Risk Shifting versus Risk Management: Investment Policy in Corporate Pension Plans, 2009, Joshua D. Rauh
  114. Scaling the Hierarchy: How and Why Investment Banks Compete for Syndicate Co-management Appointments, 2009, Alexander Ljungqvist; Felicia Marston; William J. Wilhelm
  115. Short-Sale Strategies and Return Predictability, 2009, Karl B. Diether; Kuan-Hui Lee; Ingrid M. Werner
  116. Simulation-Based Estimation of Contingent-Claims Prices, 2009, Peter C. B. Phillips; Jun Yu
  117. Size and Focus of a Venture Capitalist's Portfolio, 2009, Paolo Fulghieri
  118. Strategic Disclosure and Stock Returns: Theory and Evidence from US Cross-Listing, 2009, Shingo Goto; Masahiro Watanabe; Yan Xu
  119. Strategic Financial Innovation in Segmented Markets, 2009, Rohit Rahi; Jean-Pierre Zigrand
  120. Systematic Risk and the Price Structure of Individual Equity Options, 2009, Jin-Chuan Duan; Jason Wei
  121. Takeovers and the Cross-Section of Returns, 2009, K. J. Martijn Cremers; Kose John; Vinay B. Nair
  122. Testing Portfolio Efficiency with Conditioning Information, 2009, Wayne E. Ferson; Andrew F. Siegel
  123. The "Wall Street Walk" and Shareholder Activism: Exit as a Form of Voice, 2009, Anat R. Admati; Paul Pfleiderer
  124. The Choice of Corporate Liquidity and Corporate Governance, 2009, Hayong Yun
  125. The Economics of Fraudulent Accounting, 2009, Simi Kedia; Thomas Philippon
  126. The Effect of Introducing a Non-Redundant Derivative on the Volatility of Stock-Market Returns When Agents Differ in Risk Aversion, 2009, Harjoat S. Bhamra; Raman Uppal
  127. The Effectiveness of Reputation as a Disciplinary Mechanism in Sell-Side Research, 2009, Lily Fang; Ayako Yasuda
  128. The Effects and Unintended Consequences of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act on the Supply and Demand for Directors, 2009, James S. Linck; Jeffry M. Netter; Tina Yang
  129. The Euro and Corporate Valuations, 2009, Arturo Bris; Yrjö Koskinen; Mattias Nilsson
  130. The Geography of Hedge Funds, 2009, Melvyn Teo
  131. The Limitations of Industry Concentration Measures Constructed with Compustat Data: Implications for Finance Research, 2009, Ashiq Ali; Sandy Klasa; Eric Yeung
  132. The Long-Term Effects of Cross-Listing, Investor Recognition, and Ownership Structure on Valuation, 2009, Michael R. King; Dan Segal
  133. The Myth of Diffuse Ownership in the United States, 2009, Clifford G. Holderness
  134. The Nature and Persistence of Buyback Anomalies, 2009, Urs Peyer
  135. The Performance of Private Equity Funds, 2009, Oliver Gottschalg; Ludovic Phalippou
  136. The Real Effects of Debt Certification: Evidence from the Introduction of Bank Loan Ratings, 2009, Amir Sufi
  137. The Sale of Multiple Assets with Private Information, 2009, Zhiguo He
  138. The Stock Market and Corporate Investment: A Test of Catering Theory, 2009, Christopher Polk; Paola Sapienza
  139. Theory-Based Illiquidity and Asset Pricing, 2009, Tarun Chordia; Sahn-Wook Huh; Avanidhar Subrahmanyam
  140. Time-Varying Risk Premiums and the Output Gap, 2009, Ilan Cooper
  141. Trade-offs in Staying Close: Corporate Decision Making and Geographic Dispersion, 2009, Augustin Landier; Vinay B. Nair; Julie Wulf
  142. Trading Restrictions and Stock Prices, 2009, Robin Greenwood
  143. Tunnel-Proofing the Executive Suite: Transparency, Temptation, and the Design of Executive Compensation, 2009, Thomas H. Noe
  144. Understanding Index Option Returns, 2009, Mark Broadie; Mikhail Chernov; Michael Johannes
  145. Unspanned Stochastic Volatility and the Pricing of Commodity Derivatives, 2009, Eduardo S. Schwartz; Anders B. Trolle
  146. Variance Risk Premiums, 2009, Peter Carr; Liuren Wu
  147. What Matters in Corporate Governance?, 2009, Lucian Bebchuk; Alma Cohen; Allen Ferrell
  148. Y2K Options and the Liquidity Premium in Treasury Markets, 2009, Suresh Sundaresan; Zhenyu Wang