Mingze Gao

Curated Reading List - 2015


Journal of Finance

  1. A Comparative-Advantage Approach to Government Debt Maturity, 2015, Robin Greenwood; Samuel G. Hanson; Jeremy C. Stein
  2. A Crisis of Banks as Liquidity Providers, 2015, Viral V. Acharya; Nada Mora
  3. A Model of Mortgage Default, 2015, John Y. Campbell; João F. Cocco
  4. Agency Conflicts, Investment, and Asset Pricing: Erratum, 2015, Rui Albuquerue; Neng Wang
  5. Aggregate Jump and Volatility Risk in the Cross-Section of Stock Returns, 2015, Martijn Cremers; Michael Halling; David Weinbaum
  6. Anchoring on Credit Spreads, 2015, Casey Dougal; Joseph Engelberg; Christopher A. Parsons; Edward D. Van Wesep
  7. Arbitrage Asymmetry and the Idiosyncratic Volatility Puzzle, 2015, Robert F. Stambaugh; Jianfeng Yu; Yu Yuan
  8. Asset Quality Misrepresentation by Financial Intermediaries: Evidence from the RMBS Market, 2015, Tomasz Piskorski; Amit Seru; James Witkin
  9. Asymmetric Learning from Financial Information, 2015, Camelia M. Kuhnen
  10. Borrower Misreporting and Loan Performance, 2015, Mark J. Garmaise
  11. CEO Connectedness and Corporate Fraud, 2015, Vikramaditya Khanna; E. Han Kim; Yao Lu
  12. CEO Preferences and Acquisitions, 2015, Dirk Jenter; Katharina Lewellen
  13. CEO Turnover and Relative Performance Evaluation, 2015, Dirk Jenter; Fadi Kanaan
  14. Capital and Labor Reallocation within Firms, 2015, Xavier Giroud; Holger M. Mueller
  15. Change You Can Believe In? Hedge Fund Data Revisions, 2015, Andrew J. Patton; Tarun Ramadorai; Michael Streatfield
  16. Change You Can Believe In? Hedge Fund Data Revisions: Erratum, 2015, Andrew J. Patton; Tarun Ramadorai; Michael Streatfield
  17. Click or Call? Auction versus Search in the Over-the-Counter Market, 2015, Terrence Hendershott; Ananth Madhavan
  18. Corporate Taxes and Securitization, 2015, Joongho Han; Kwangwoo Park; George Pennacchi
  19. Defined Contribution Pension Plans: Sticky or Discerning Money?, 2015, Clemens Sialm; Laura T. Starks; Hanjiang Zhang
  20. Dividend Dynamics and the Term Structure of Dividend Strips, 2015, Frederico Belo; Pierre Collin-Dufresne; Robert S. Goldstein
  21. Do Acquisitions Relieve Target Firms’ Financial Constraints?, 2015, Isil Erel; Yeejin Jang; Michael S. Weisbach
  22. Do Prices Reveal the Presence of Informed Trading?, 2015, Pierre Collin-Dufresne; Vyacheslav Fos
  23. Does Going Public Affect Innovation?, 2015, Shai Bernstein
  24. Estimating Oil Risk Factors Using Information from Equity and Derivatives Markets, 2015, I-Hsuan Ethan Chiang; W. Keener Hughen; Jacob S. Sagi
  25. Foreclosures, House Prices, and the Real Economy, 2015, Atif Mian; Amir Sufi; Francesco Trebbi
  26. Government Intervention and Information Aggregation by Prices, 2015, Philip Bond; Itay Goldstein
  27. Hidden Liquidity: Some New Light on Dark Trading, 2015, Robert Bloomfield; Maureen O'Hara; Gideon Saar
  28. How Does Household Portfolio Diversification Vary with Financial Literacy and Financial Advice?, 2015, Hans-Martin Von Gaudecker
  29. How Stable Are Corporate Capital Structures?, 2015, Harry Deangelo; Richard Roll
  30. Incentivizing Calculated Risk-Taking: Evidence from an Experiment with Commercial Bank Loan Officers, 2015, Shawn Cole; Martin Kanz; Leora Klapper
  31. Inflation Risk in Corporate Bonds, 2015, Johnny Kang; Carolin E. Pflueger
  32. Information Diversity and Complementarities in Trading and Information Acquisition, 2015, Itay Goldstein; Liyan Yang
  33. Informational Frictions and Commodity Markets, 2015, Michael Sockin; Wei Xiong
  34. Innovation, Growth, and Asset Prices, 2015, Howard Kung; Lukas Schmid
  35. Internal Capital Markets in Business Groups: Evidence from the Asian Financial Crisis, 2015, Heitor Almeida; Chang‐Soo Kim; Hwanki Brian Kim
  36. Investment Decisions of Nonprofit Firms: Evidence from Hospitals, 2015, Manuel Adelino; Katharina Lewellen; Anant Sundaram
  37. Is Historical Cost Accounting a Panacea? Market Stress, Incentive Distortions, and Gains Trading, 2015, Andrew Ellul; Chotibhak Jotikasthira; Christian T. Lundblad; Yihui Wang
  38. Is a VC Partnership Greater Than the Sum of Its Partners?, 2015, Michael Ewens; Matthew Rhodes-Kropf
  39. Mandatory Portfolio Disclosure, Stock Liquidity, and Mutual Fund Performance, 2015, Vikas Agarwal; Kevin A. Mullally; Yuehua Tang; Baozhong Yang
  40. Market Making Contracts, Firm Value, and the IPO Decision, 2015, Hendrik Bessembinder; Jia Hao; Kuncheng Zheng
  41. Money Doctors, 2015, Nicola Gennaioli; Andrei Shleifer; Robert Vishny
  42. On the Design of Contingent Capital with a Market Trigger, 2015, Suresh Sundaresan; Zhenyu Wang
  43. Outsourcing in the International Mutual Fund Industry: An Equilibrium View, 2015, Oleg Chuprinin; Massimo Massa; David Schumacher
  44. Presidential Address: Does Finance Benefit Society?, 2015, Luigi Zingales
  45. Reaching for Yield in the Bond Market, 2015, Bo Becker; Victoria Ivashina
  46. Regulatory Arbitrage and Cross‐Border Bank Acquisitions, 2015, G. Andrew Karolyi; Alvaro G. Taboada
  47. Report of the Editor of the Journal of Finance for the Year 2014, 2015, Bruno Biais; Michael Roberts; Kenneth J. Singleton
  48. Rewarding Trading Skills without Inducing Gambling, 2015, Igor Makarov; Guillaume Plantin
  49. Risk Overhang and Loan Portfolio Decisions: Small Business Loan Supply before and during the Financial Crisis, 2015, Robert Deyoung; Anne Gron; Gӧkhan Torna; Andrew Winton
  50. Short-Term Debt as Bridge Financing: Evidence from the Commercial Paper Market, 2015, Matthias Kahl; Anil Shivdasani; Yihui Wang
  51. Should Derivatives Be Privileged in Bankruptcy?, 2015, Patrick Bolton; Martin Oehmke
  52. Size Anomalies in U.S. Bank Stock Returns, 2015, Priyank Gandhi; Hanno Lustig
  53. Subprime Mortgage Defaults and Credit Default Swaps, 2015, Eric Arentsen; David C. Mauer; Brian Rosenlund; Harold H. Zhang; Feng Zhao
  54. Subsidizing Liquidity: The Impact of Make/Take Fees on Market Quality, 2015, Katya Malinova; Andreas Park
  55. Taking the Long Way Home: U.S. Tax Evasion and Offshore Investments in U.S. Equity and Debt Markets, 2015, Michelle Hanlon; Edward L. Maydew; Jacob R. Thornock
  56. Taxes and Corporate Policies: Evidence from a Quasi Natural Experiment, 2015, Craig Doidge; Alexander Dyck
  57. The Beauty Contest and Short-Term Trading, 2015, Giovanni Cespa; Xavier Vives
  58. The Brain Gain of Corporate Boards: Evidence from China, 2015, Mariassunta Giannetti; Guanmin Liao; Xiaoyun Yu
  59. The Cost of Capital for Alternative Investments, 2015, Jakub W. Jurek; Erik Stafford
  60. The Effect of Providing Peer Information on Retirement Savings Decisions, 2015, John Beshears; James J. Choi; David Laibson; Brigitte C. Madrian; Katherine L. Milkman
  61. The Effect of Succession Taxes on Family Firm Investment: Evidence from a Natural Experiment, 2015, Margarita Tsoutsoura
  62. The Impact of Incentives and Communication Costs on Information Production and Use: Evidence from Bank Lending, 2015, Jun (Qj) Qian; Philip E. Strahan; Zhishu Yang
  63. The People in Your Neighborhood: Social Interactions and Mutual Fund Portfolios, 2015, Veronika K. Pool; Noah Stoffman; Scott E. Yonker
  64. The Pre-FOMC Announcement Drift, 2015, David O. Lucca; Emanuel Moench
  65. The Recovery Theorem, 2015, Steve Ross
  66. The Role of Institutional Investors in Voting: Evidence from the Securities Lending Market, 2015, Reena Aggarwal; Pedro A. C. Saffi; Jason Sturgess
  67. The Role of Institutional Investors in Voting: Evidence from the Securities Lending Market: Erratum, 2015, Reena Aggarwal; Pedro A. C. Saffi; Jason Sturgess
  68. The Value of Control and the Costs of Illiquidity, 2015, Rui Albuquerque; Enrique Schroth
  69. The Value of Control and the Costs of Illiquidity: Erratum, 2015, Rui Albuquerque; Enrique Schroth
  70. The WACC Fallacy: The Real Effects of Using a Unique Discount Rate, 2015, Philipp Krüger; Augustin Landier; David Thesmar
  71. The Wall Street Walk when Blockholders Compete for Flows, 2015, Amil Dasgupta; Giorgia Piacentino
  72. Transparency in the Financial System: Rollover Risk and Crises, 2015, Matthieu Bouvard; Pierre Chaigneau; Adolfo De Motta
  73. Urban Vibrancy and Corporate Growth, 2015, Casey Dougal; Christopher A. Parsons; Sheridan Titman
  74. Wall Street Occupations, 2015, Ulf Axelson; Philip Bond
  75. Yesterday's Heroes: Compensation and Risk at Financial Firms, 2015, Ing-Haw Cheng; Harrison Hong; José A. Scheinkman

Journal of Financial Economics

  1. A century of capital structure: The leveraging of corporate America, 2015, John R. Graham; Mark T. Leary; Michael R. Roberts
  2. A five-factor asset pricing model, 2015, Eugene F. Fama; Kenneth R. French
  3. A theory of LBO activity based on repeated debt-equity conflicts, 2015, Andrey Malenko; Nadya Malenko
  4. A theory of risk capital, 2015, Isil Erel; Stewart C. Myers; James A. Read
  5. Are institutions informed about news?, 2015, Terrence Hendershott; Dmitry Livdan; Norman Schürhoff
  6. As certain as debt and taxes: Estimating the tax sensitivity of leverage from state tax changes, 2015, Florian Heider; Alexander Ljungqvist
  7. Asset pricing with arbitrage activity, 2015, Julien Hugonnier; Rodolfo Prieto
  8. Asymmetric decrease in liquidity trading before earnings announcements and the announcement return premium, 2015, Shai Levi; Xiao-Jun Zhang
  9. Attentive insider trading, 2015, Dallin M. Alldredge; David C. Cicero
  10. Bank loans and troubled debt restructurings, 2015, Cem Demiroglu; Christopher James
  11. Banks as patient fixed-income investors, 2015, Samuel G. Hanson; Andrei Shleifer; Jeremy C. Stein; Robert W. Vishny
  12. Banks׳ liability structure and mortgage lending during the financial crisis, 2015, Jihad Dagher; Kazim Kazimov
  13. CEO network centrality and merger performance, 2015, Rwan El-Khatib; Kathy Fogel; Tomas Jandik
  14. Callable bonds, reinvestment risk, and credit rating improvements: Role of the call premium, 2015, Anthony Byrd; Pradipkumar Ramanlal; Manish Tewari
  15. Can managers time the market? Evidence using repurchase price data, 2015, Amy Dittmar; Laura Casares Field
  16. Capital allocation and delegation of decision-making authority within firms, 2015, John R. Graham; Campbell R. Harvey; Manju Puri
  17. Central clearing and collateral demand, 2015, Darrell Duffie; Martin Scheicher; Guillaume Vuillemey
  18. Commonality in news around the world, 2015, Tung Lam Dang; Fariborz Moshirian; Bohui Zhang
  19. Competition of the informed: Does the presence of short sellers affect insider selling?, 2015, Massimo Massa; Wenlan Qian; Weibiao Xu; Hong Zhang
  20. Contractual incompleteness, limited liability and asset price bubbles, 2015, James Dow; Jungsuk Han
  21. Corporate goodness and shareholder wealth, 2015, Philipp Krüger
  22. Corporate payout, cash retention, and the supply of credit: Evidence from the 2008–2009 credit crisis, 2015, Barbara A. Bliss; Yingmei Cheng; David J. Denis
  23. Costs and benefits of friendly boards during mergers and acquisitions, 2015, Breno Schmidt
  24. Culture and R2, 2015, Cheol S. Eun; Lingling Wang; Steven C. Xiao
  25. Dark trading and price discovery, 2015, Carole Comerton-Forde; Tālis J. Putniņš
  26. Debt, labor markets, and the creation and destruction of firms, 2015, Andres Almazan; Adolfo De Motta; Sheridan Titman
  27. Deflating profitability, 2015, Ray Ball; Joseph Gerakos; Juhani T. Linnainmaa; Valeri V. Nikolaev
  28. Deposits and bank capital structure, 2015, Franklin Allen; Elena Carletti; Robert Marquez
  29. Discount window stigma during the 2007–2008 financial crisis, 2015, Olivier Armantier; Eric Ghysels; Asani Sarkar; Jeffrey Shrader
  30. Distilling the macroeconomic news flow, 2015, Alessandro Beber; Michael W. Brandt; Maurizio Luisi
  31. Do analysts matter for governance? Evidence from natural experiments, 2015, Tao Chen; Jarrad Harford; Chen Lin
  32. Do investors overpay for stocks with lottery-like payoffs? An examination of the returns of OTC stocks, 2015, Bjørn Eraker; Mark Ready
  33. Do property rights matter? Evidence from a property law enactment, 2015, Daniel Berkowitz; Chen Lin; Yue Ma
  34. Does ambiguity matter? Estimating asset pricing models with a multiple-priors recursive utility, 2015, Daehee Jeong; Hwagyun Kim; Joon Y. Park
  35. Does banking competition affect innovation?, 2015, Jess Cornaggia; Yifei Mao; Xuan Tian; Brian Wolfe
  36. Does realized skewness predict the cross-section of equity returns?, 2015, Diego Amaya; Peter Christoffersen; Kris Jacobs; Aurelio Vasquez
  37. Empirical determinants of intertemporal choice, 2015, Jeffrey R. Brown; Zoran Ivković; Scott Weisbenner
  38. Employee rights and acquisitions, 2015, Kose John; Anzhela Knyazeva; Diana Knyazeva
  39. End-of-the-year economic growth and time-varying expected returns, 2015, Stig V. Møller; Jesper Rangvid
  40. Equilibrium fast trading, 2015, Bruno Biais; Thierry Foucault; Sophie Moinas
  41. Excess control rights, bank capital structure adjustments, and lending, 2015, Laetitia Lepetit; Nadia Saghi-Zedek; Amine Tarazi
  42. Executives' “off-the-job” behavior, corporate culture, and financial reporting risk, 2015, Robert Davidson; Aiyesha Dey; Abbie Smith
  43. Extraordinary acquirers, 2015, Andrey Golubov; Alfred Yawson; Huizhong Zhang
  44. Female leadership and gender equity: Evidence from plant closure, 2015, Geoffrey Tate; Liu Yang
  45. Financial integration, housing, and economic volatility, 2015, Elena Loutskina; Philip E. Strahan
  46. Financing bidders in takeover contests, 2015, Vladimir Vladimirov
  47. Foreign corporations and the culture of transparency: Evidence from Russian administrative data, 2015, Serguey Braguinsky; Sergey Mityakov
  48. Friends or foes? The interrelationship between angel and venture capital markets, 2015, Thomas Hellmann; Veikko Thiele
  49. Fund managers under pressure: Rationale and determinants of secondary buyouts, 2015, Sridhar Arcot; Zsuzsanna Fluck; José-Miguel Gaspar; Ulrich Hege
  50. Generalized risk premia, 2015, Paul Schneider
  51. Good and bad uncertainty: Macroeconomic and financial market implications, 2015, Gill Segal; Ivan Shaliastovich; Amir Yaron
  52. Government ownership and the cost of debt: Evidence from government investments in publicly traded firms, 2015, Ginka Borisova; Veljko Fotak; Kateryna Holland; William L. Megginson
  53. Hedge funds and discretionary liquidity restrictions, 2015, Adam L. Aiken; Christopher P. Clifford; Jesse A. Ellis
  54. High frequency market microstructure, 2015, Maureen O’Hara
  55. High-frequency quoting, trading, and the efficiency of prices, 2015, Jennifer Conrad; Sunil Wahal; Jin Xiang
  56. House prices, collateral, and self-employment, 2015, Manuel Adelino; Antoinette Schoar; Felipe Severino
  57. How do acquirers choose between mergers and tender offers?, 2015, David Offenberg; Christo Pirinsky
  58. Impact of the Dodd-Frank act on credit ratings, 2015, Valentin Dimitrov; Darius Palia; Leo Tang
  59. Importing corruption culture from overseas: Evidence from corporate tax evasion in the United States, 2015, Jason Debacker; Bradley T. Heim; Anh Tran
  60. Incremental variables and the investment opportunity set, 2015, Eugene F. Fama; Kenneth R. French
  61. Information reliability and welfare: A theory of coarse credit ratings, 2015, Anand M. Goel; Anjan V. Thakor
  62. Investment and CEO compensation under limited commitment, 2015, Hengjie Ai; Rui Li
  63. Juicing the dividend yield: Mutual funds and the demand for dividends, 2015, Lawrence E. Harris; Samuel M. Hartzmark; David H. Solomon
  64. Liquid-claim production, risk management, and bank capital structure: Why high leverage is optimal for banks, 2015, Harry Deangelo; René M. Stulz
  65. Liquidity hoarding and interbank market rates: The role of counterparty risk, 2015, Florian Heider; Marie Hoerova; Cornelia Holthausen
  66. Lost in translation? The effect of cultural values on mergers around the world, 2015, Kenneth R. Ahern; Daniele Daminelli; Cesare Fracassi
  67. Macroeconomic linkages between monetary policy and the term structure of interest rates, 2015, Howard Kung
  68. Market run-ups, market freezes, inventories, and leverage, 2015, Philip Bond; Yaron Leitner
  69. Market-wide attention, trading, and stock returns, 2015, Yu Yuan
  70. Maturity rationing and collective short-termism, 2015, Konstantin Milbradt; Martin Oehmke
  71. Measuring skill in the mutual fund industry, 2015, Jonathan B. Berk; Jules H. Van Binsbergen
  72. Military CEOs, 2015, Efraim Benmelech; Carola Frydman
  73. Modeling financial contagion using mutually exciting jump processes, 2015, Yacine Aït-Sahalia; Julio Cacho-Diaz; Roger J.A. Laeven
  74. Momentum has its moments, 2015, Pedro Barroso; Pedro Santa-Clara
  75. Monetary policy and long-term real rates, 2015, Samuel G. Hanson; Jeremy C. Stein
  76. Motivated monitors: The importance of institutional investors׳ portfolio weights, 2015, Eliezer M. Fich; Jarrad Harford; Anh L. Tran
  77. Non-executive employee stock options and corporate innovation, 2015, Xin Chang; Kangkang Fu; Angie Low; Wenrui Zhang
  78. Payout policy through the financial crisis: The growth of repurchases and the resilience of dividends, 2015, Eric Floyd; Nan Li; Douglas J. Skinner
  79. Political capital and moral hazard, 2015, Leonard Kostovetsky
  80. Price support by bank-affiliated mutual funds, 2015, Benjamin Golez; Jose M. Marin
  81. Regression-based estimation of dynamic asset pricing models, 2015, Tobias Adrian; Richard K. Crump; Emanuel Moench
  82. Resource accumulation through economic ties: Evidence from venture capital, 2015, Yael V. Hochberg; Laura A. Lindsey; Mark M. Westerfield
  83. Scale and skill in active management, 2015, Ľuboš Pástor; Robert F. Stambaugh; Lucian A. Taylor
  84. Search-based peer firms: Aggregating investor perceptions through internet co-searches, 2015, Charles M.C. Lee; Paul Ma; Charles C.Y. Wang
  85. Should one hire a corrupt CEO in a corrupt country?, 2015, Maxim Mironov
  86. Signal or noise? Uncertainty and learning about whether other traders are informed, 2015, Snehal Banerjee; Brett Green
  87. Smart money, dumb money, and capital market anomalies, 2015, Ferhat Akbas; Will J. Armstrong; Sorin Sorescu; Avanidhar Subrahmanyam
  88. Social interaction at work, 2015, Hans K. Hvide; Per Östberg
  89. Social learning and corporate peer effects, 2015, Markku Kaustia; Ville Rantala
  90. Stocking up: Executive optimism, option exercise, and share retention, 2015, Rik Sen; Robert Tumarkin
  91. Structured debt ratings: Evidence on conflicts of interest, 2015, Matthias Efing; Harald Hau
  92. Suspect CEOs, unethical culture, and corporate misbehavior, 2015, Lee Biggerstaff; David C. Cicero; Andy Puckett
  93. Tail risk premia and return predictability, 2015, Tim Bollerslev; Viktor Todorov; Lai Xu
  94. Technology spillovers and corporate cash holdings, 2015, Jiaping Qiu; Chi Wan
  95. The JOBS Act and IPO volume: Evidence that disclosure costs affect the IPO decision, 2015, Michael Dambra; Laura Casares Field; Matthew T. Gustafson
  96. The adverse effects of systematic leakage ahead of official sovereign debt rating announcements, 2015, Alexander Michaelides; Andreas Milidonis; George P. Nishiotis; Panayiotis Papakyriakou
  97. The bonding hypothesis of takeover defenses: Evidence from IPO firms, 2015, William C. Johnson; Jonathan M. Karpoff; Sangho Yi
  98. The cross section of expected holding period returns and their dynamics: A present value approach, 2015, Matthew R. Lyle; Charles C.Y. Wang
  99. The disintermediation of financial markets: Direct investing in private equity, 2015, Lily Fang; Victoria Ivashina; Josh Lerner
  100. The effect of institutional ownership on firm transparency and information production, 2015, Audra L. Boone; Joshua T. White
  101. The effect of repatriation tax costs on U.S. multinational investment, 2015, Michelle Hanlon; Rebecca Lester; Rodrigo Verdi
  102. The failure of models that predict failure: Distance, incentives, and defaults, 2015, Uday Rajan; Amit Seru; Vikrant Vig
  103. The illiquidity premium: International evidence, 2015, Yakov Amihud; Allaudeen Hameed; Wenjin Kang; Huiping Zhang
  104. The impact of Treasury supply on financial sector lending and stability, 2015, Arvind Krishnamurthy; Annette Vissing-Jorgensen
  105. The price of wine, 2015, Elroy Dimson; Peter L. Rousseau; Christophe Spaenjers
  106. The risk premia embedded in index options, 2015, Torben G. Andersen; Nicola Fusari; Viktor Todorov
  107. The role of dynamic renegotiation and asymmetric information in financial contracting, 2015, Michael R. Roberts
  108. The value of corporate culture, 2015, Luigi Guiso; Paola Sapienza; Luigi Zingales
  109. The “greatest” carry trade ever? Understanding eurozone bank risks, 2015, Viral V. Acharya; Sascha Steffen
  110. Trade credit and cross-country predictable firm returns, 2015, Rui Albuquerque; Tarun Ramadorai; Sumudu W. Watugala
  111. Trading rules, competition for order flow and market fragmentation, 2015, Amy Kwan; Ronald Masulis; Thomas H. Mcinish
  112. Value versus growth investing: Why do different investors have different styles?, 2015, Henrik Cronqvist; Stephan Siegel; Frank Yu
  113. Volatility and mutual fund manager skill, 2015, Bradford D. Jordan; Timothy B. Riley
  114. Vulnerable banks, 2015, Robin Greenwood; Augustin Landier; David Thesmar
  115. Wealth transfers via equity transactions, 2015, Richard G. Sloan; Haifeng You
  116. When firms talk, do investors listen? The role of trust in stock market reactions to corporate earnings announcements, 2015, Mikhail Pevzner; Fei Xie; Xiangang Xin
  117. Why do term structures in different currencies co-move?, 2015, Chotibhak Jotikasthira; Anh Le; Christian Lundblad
  118. X-CAPM: An extrapolative capital asset pricing model, 2015, Nicholas Barberis; Robin Greenwood; Lawrence Jin; Andrei Shleifer

Review of Financial Studies

  1. A Theory of Income Smoothing When Insiders Know More Than Outsiders, 2015, Viral V. Acharya; Bart M. Lambrecht
  2. Agency Problems of Corporate Philanthropy, 2015, Ronald W. Masulis; Syed Walid Reza
  3. Are Mutual Funds Active Voters?, 2015, Peter Iliev; Michelle Lowry
  4. Board Structure and Monitoring: New Evidence from CEO Turnovers, 2015, Lixiong Guo; Ronald W. Masulis
  5. CEO Assessment and the Structure of Newly Formed Boards, 2015, David J. Denis; Diane K. Denis; Mark D. Walker
  6. Can "High Costs" Justify Weak Demand for the Home Equity Conversion Mortgage?, 2015, Thomas Davidoff
  7. Can Housing Risk Be Diversified? A Cautionary Tale from the Housing Boom and Bust, 2015, John Cotter; Stuart Gabriel; Richard Roll
  8. Capital Structure, Investment, and Fire Sales, 2015, Douglas Gale; Piero Gottardi
  9. Capital Supply Uncertainty, Cash Holdings, and Investment, 2015, Julien Hugonnier; Semyon Malamud; Erwan Morellec
  10. Cognitive Limitation and Investment Performance: Evidence from Limit Order Clustering, 2015, Wei-Yu Kuo; Tse-Chun Lin; Jing Zhao
  11. Competition for Order Flow with Fast and Slow Traders, 2015, Vincent Van Kervel
  12. Corporate Investment and Stock Market Listing: A Puzzle?, 2015, John Asker; Joan Farre-Mensa; Alexander Ljungqvist
  13. Differences of Opinion, Endogenous Liquidity, and Asset Prices, 2015, Emilio Osambela
  14. Do Individual Investors Treat Trading as a Fun and Exciting Gambling Activity? Evidence from Repeated Natural Experiments, 2015, Xiaohui Gao; Tse-Chun Lin
  15. Does Financing Spur Small Business Productivity? Evidence from a Natural Experiment, 2015, Karthik Krishnan; Debarshi K. Nandy; Manju Puri
  16. Does Takeover Activity Cause Managerial Discipline? Evidence from International M&A Laws, 2015, Ugur Lel; Darius P. Miller
  17. Dynamic Hedging and Extreme Asset Co-movements, 2015, Redouane Elkamhi; Denitsa Stefanova
  18. Dynamic Thin Markets, 2015, Marzena Rostek; Marek Weretka
  19. Dynamics of Innovation and Risk, 2015, Bruno Biais; Jean-Charles Rochet; Paul Woolley
  20. Editor's Choice Active Ownership, 2015, Elroy Dimson; Oğuzhan Karakaş; Xi Li
  21. Editor's Choice Capital Account Opening and Wage Inequality, 2015, Mauricio Larrain
  22. Editor's Choice Confusion of Confusions: A Test of the Disposition Effect and Momentum, 2015, Justin Birru
  23. Editor's Choice Digesting Anomalies: An Investment Approach, 2015, Kewei Hou; Chen Xue; Lu Zhang
  24. Editor's Choice Editorial: Cosmetic Surgery in the Academic Review Process, 2015, David Hirshleifer
  25. Editor's Choice Financing Constraints and the Amplification of Aggregate Downturns, 2015, Daniel Carvalho
  26. Editor's Choice Human Capital as an Asset Class Implications from a General Equilibrium Model, 2015, Miguel Palacios
  27. Editor's Choice New Evidence on the Financialization of Commodity Markets, 2015, Brian J. Henderson; Neil D. Pearson; Li Wang
  28. Editor's Choice Shareholder Voting and Corporate Governance Around the World, 2015, Peter Iliev; Karl V. Lins; Darius P. Miller; Lukas Roth
  29. Editor's Choice Strategic Investment and Industry Risk Dynamics, 2015, M. Cecilia Bustamante
  30. Editor's Choice The Real Effects of Hedge Fund Activism: Productivity, Asset Allocation, and Labor Outcomes, 2015, Alon Brav; Wei Jiang; Hyunseob Kim
  31. Editor's Choice The Sovereign Wealth Fund Discount: Evidence from Public Equity Investments, 2015, Bernardo Bortolotti; Veljko Fotak; William L. Megginson
  32. Editor's Choice The Sum of All FEARS Investor Sentiment and Asset Prices, 2015, Zhi Da; Joseph Engelberg; Pengjie Gao
  33. Expected Returns in Treasury Bonds, 2015, Anna Cieslak; Pavol Povala
  34. Exploring Return Dynamics via Corridor Implied Volatility, 2015, Torben G. Andersen; Oleg Bondarenko; Maria T. Gonzalez-Perez
  35. Feedback Trading between Fundamental and Nonfundamental Information, 2015, Ming Guo; Hui Ou-Yang
  36. Financial Distress, Stock Returns, and the 1978 Bankruptcy Reform Act, 2015, Dirk Hackbarth; Rainer Haselmann; David Schoenherr
  37. Home away from Home: Geography of Information and Local Investors, 2015, Gennaro Bernile; Alok Kumar; Johan Sulaeman
  38. House Prices, Home Equity Borrowing, and Entrepreneurship, 2015, Stefano Corradin; Alexander Popov
  39. How Important Are Foreign Ownership Linkages for International Stock Returns?, 2015, Söhnke M. Bartram; John M. Griffin; Tae-Hoon Lim; David T. Ng
  40. Information Management in Banking Crises, 2015, Joel Shapiro; David Skeie
  41. Information, Analysts, and Stock Return Comovement, 2015, Allaudeen Hameed; Randall Morck; Jianfeng Shen; Bernard Yeung
  42. Investor Attention and Stock Market Volatility, 2015, Daniel Andrei; Michael Hasler
  43. Investor Information, Long-Run Risk, and the Term Structure of Equity, 2015, Mariano M. Croce; Martin Lettau; Sydney C. Ludvigson
  44. Investor Sentiment Aligned: A Powerful Predictor of Stock Returns, 2015, Dashan Huang; Fuwei Jiang; Jun Tu; Guofu Zhou
  45. Labor Protection and Leverage, 2015, Elena Simintzi; Vikrant Vig; Paolo Volpin
  46. Learning About CEO Ability and Stock Return Volatility, 2015, Yihui Pan; Tracy Yue Wang; Michael S. Weisbach
  47. Learning About Unstable, Publicly Unobservable Payoffs, 2015, Peter Bossaerts; Elise Payzan-Lenestour
  48. Liquidity and Shareholder Activism, 2015, Øyvind Norli; Charlotte Ostergaard; Ibolya Schindele
  49. Modeling Covariance Risk in Merton's ICAPM, 2015, Alberto G. Rossi; Allan Timmermann
  50. Modeling Credit Contagion via the Updating of Fragile Beliefs, 2015, Luca Benzoni; Pierre Collin-Dufresne; Robert S. Goldstein; Jean Helwege
  51. Money Creation and the Shadow Banking System, 2015, Adi Sunderam
  52. Monotonicity of the Stochastic Discount Factor and Expected Option Returns, 2015, Ranadeb Chaudhuri; Mark Schroder
  53. On Bounding Credit-Event Risk Premia, 2015, Jennie Bai; Pierre Collin-Dufresne; Robert S. Goldstein; Jean Helwege
  54. Optimal Tax Timing with Asymmetric Long-Term/Short-Term Capital Gains Tax, 2015, Min Dai; Hong Liu; Chen Yang; Yifei Zhong
  55. Ownership Structure, Voting, and Risk, 2015, Amrita Dhillon; Silvia Rossetto
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