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Journal of Finance¶

  1. A Search‐Based Theory of the On‐the‐Run Phenomenon, 2008, Dimitri Vayanos; Pierre‐Olivier Weill
  2. Agency Conflicts, Investment, and Asset Pricing, 2008, Rui Albuquerue; Neng Wang
  3. Ambiguity, Information Quality, and Asset Pricing, 2008, Larry G. Epstein; Martin Schneider
  4. An Empirical Analysis of the Pricing of Collateralized Debt Obligations, 2008, Francis A. Longstaff; Arvind Rajan
  5. Asset Growth and the Cross‐Section of Stock Returns, 2008, Michael J. Cooper; Huseyin Gulen; Michael J. Schill
  6. Attracting Attention: Cheap Managerial Talk and Costly Market Monitoring, 2008, Andres Almazan; Sanjay Banerji; Adolfo De Motta
  7. Average Returns, B/M, and Share Issues, 2008, Eugene F. Fama; Kenneth R. French
  8. Back to the Beginning: Persistence and the Cross‐Section of Corporate Capital Structure, 2008, Michael L. Lemmon; Michael R. Roberts; Jaime F. Zender
  9. Bank Loans, Bonds, and Information Monopolies across the Business Cycle, 2008, JoĂŁo A. C. Santos; Andrew Winton
  10. Blurring Firm Boundaries: The Role of Venture Capital in Strategic Alliances, 2008, Laura Lindsey
  11. Buyer–Supplier Relationships and the Stakeholder Theory of Capital Structure, 2008, Shantanu Banerjee; Sudipto Dasgupta; Yungsan Kim
  12. Capital Gains Taxes and Asset Prices: Capitalization or Lock‐in?, 2008, Zhonglan Dai; Edward Maydew; Douglas A. Shackelford; Harold H. Zhang
  13. Collective Risk Management in a Flight to Quality Episode, 2008, Ricardo J. Caballero; Arvind Krishnamurthy
  14. Competition for Order Flow and Smart Order Routing Systems, 2008, Thierry Foucault; Albert J. Menkveld
  15. Competition from Specialized Firms and the Diversification–Performance Linkage, 2008, Manuel Becerra; Juan Santalo
  16. Corporate Governance and Risk‐Taking, 2008, Kose John; Lubomir Litov; Bernard Yeung
  17. Correlated Trading and Returns, 2008, Daniel Dorn; Gur Huberman; Paul Sengmueller
  18. Cross‐Asset Speculation in Stock Markets, 2008, Dan Bernhardt; Bart Taub
  19. Default and Recovery Implicit in the Term Structure of Sovereign CDS Spreads, 2008, Jun Pan; Kenneth J. Singleton
  20. Directors' Ownership in the U.S. Mutual Fund Industry, 2008, Qi Chen; Itay Goldstein; Wei Jiang
  21. Dissecting Anomalies, 2008, Eugene F. Fama; Kenneth R. French
  22. Do Bankruptcy Codes Matter? A Study of Defaults in France, Germany, and the U.K., 2008, Sergei A. Davydenko; Julian R. Franks
  23. Do Investors Overweight Personal Experience? Evidence from IPO Subscriptions, 2008, Markku Kaustia; Samuli KnĂŒpfer
  24. Downward‐Sloping Demand Curves, the Supply of Shares, and the Collapse of Internet Stock Prices, 2008, Paul Schultz
  25. Earnings Management and Firm Performance Following Open‐Market Repurchases, 2008, Guojin Gong; Henock Louis; Amy X. Sun
  26. Economic Links and Predictable Returns, 2008, Lauren Cohen; Andrea Frazzini
  27. Empirical Evidence of Risk Shifting in Financially Distressed Firms, 2008, Assaf Eisdorfer
  28. Estimating the Intertemporal Risk–Return Tradeoff Using the Implied Cost of Capital, 2008, ÄœuboĆĄ PĂĄstor; Meenakshi Sinha; Bhaskaran Swaminathan
  29. Feedback Effects and Asset Prices, 2008, Emre Ozdenoren; Kathy Yuan
  30. Fellow of the American Finance Association for 2008, 2008, John C. Cox
  31. Foreign Banks in Poor Countries: Theory and Evidence, 2008, Enrica Detragiache; Poonam Gupta; Thierry Tressel
  32. Growth versus Margins: Destabilizing Consequences of Giving the Stock Market What It Wants, 2008, Philippe Aghion; Jeremy C. Stein
  33. Hedge Fund Activism, Corporate Governance, and Firm Performance, 2008, Alon Brav; Wei Jiang; Frank Partnoy; Randall Thomas
  34. Hedge Funds: Performance, Risk, and Capital Formation, 2008, William Fung; David A. Hsieh; Narayan Y. Naik; Tarun Ramadorai
  35. Heterogeneous Beliefs, Speculation, and the Equity Premium, 2008, Alexander David
  36. How Does Financing Impact Investment? The Role of Debt Covenants, 2008, Sudheer Chava; Michael R. Roberts
  37. How Does Size Affect Mutual Fund Behavior?, 2008, Joshua M. Pollet; Mungo Wilson
  38. How and When Do Firms Adjust Their Capital Structures toward Targets?, 2008, Soku Byoun
  39. IPO Pricing and Share Allocation: The Importance of Being Ignorant, 2008, CĂ©line Gondat‐Larralde; Kevin R. James
  40. Identification of Maximal Affine Term Structure Models, 2008, Pierre Collin‐Dufresne; Robert S. Goldstein; Christopher S. Jones
  41. In Search of Distress Risk, 2008, John Y. Campbell; Jens Hilscher; Jan Szilagyi
  42. Individual Investor Trading and Stock Returns, 2008, Ron Kaniel; Gideon Saar; Sheridan Titman
  43. Information Asymmetry and Asset Prices: Evidence from the China Foreign Share Discount, 2008, Kalok Chan; Albert J. Menkveld; Zhishu Yang
  44. Information Sales and Insider Trading with Long‐Lived Information, 2008, Giovanni Cespa
  45. Information, Trading, and Product Market Interactions: Cross‐sectional Implications of Informed Trading, 2008, Heather E. Tookes
  46. International Cross‐Listing, Firm Performance, and Top Management Turnover: A Test of the Bonding Hypothesis, 2008, Ugur Lel; Darius P. Miller
  47. Limited Attention and the Allocation of Effort in Securities Trading, 2008, Shane A. Corwin; Jay F. Coughenour
  48. Loan Sales and Relationship Banking, 2008, Christine A. Parlour; Guillaume Plantin
  49. Local Bank Financial Constraints and Firm Access to External Finance, 2008, Daniel Paravisini
  50. Mandatory Disclosure and Operational Risk: Evidence from Hedge Fund Registration, 2008, Stephen Brown; William Goetzmann; Bing Liang; Christopher Schwarz
  51. Market Liquidity, Investor Participation, and Managerial Autonomy: Why Do Firms Go Private?, 2008, Arnoud W. A. Boot; Radhakrishnan Gopalan; Anjan V. Thakor
  52. Market Structure, Internal Capital Markets, and the Boundaries of the Firm, 2008, Richmond D. Mathews; David T. Robinson
  53. Marketwide Private Information in Stocks: Forecasting Currency Returns, 2008, Rui Albuquerque; Eva De Francisco; Luis B. Marques
  54. More Than Words: Quantifying Language to Measure Firms' Fundamentals, 2008, Sofus Macskassy; Maytal Saar‐Tsechansky; Paul C. Tetlock
  55. Neighbors Matter: Causal Community Effects and Stock Market Participation, 2008, Jeffrey R. Brown; Zoran Ivković; Paul A. Smith; Scott Weisbenner
  56. Optimal Decentralized Investment Management, 2008, Jules H. Van Binsbergen; Michael W. Brandt; Ralph S. J. Koijen
  57. Overconfidence, CEO Selection, and Corporate Governance, 2008, Anand M. Goel; Anjan V. Thakor
  58. Presidential Address: The Cost of Active Investing, 2008, Kenneth R. French
  59. Price Volatility and Investor Behavior in an Overlapping Generations Model with Information Asymmetry, 2008, Masahiro Watanabe
  60. Report of the Editor of The Journal of Finance for the Year 2007, 2008, Campbell R. Harvey
  61. Share Issuance and Cross‐sectional Returns, 2008, Jeffrey Pontiff; Artemiza Woodgate
  62. Stock Returns and Volatility: Pricing the Short‐Run and Long‐Run Components of Market Risk, 2008, Tobias Adrian; Joshua Rosenberg
  63. Stock Returns in Mergers and Acquisitions, 2008, Dirk Hackbarth; Erwan Morellec
  64. The Corporate Governance Role of the Media: Evidence from Russia, 2008, Alexander Dyck; Natalya Volchkova; Luigi Zingales
  65. The Demise of Investment Banking Partnerships: Theory and Evidence, 2008, Alan D. Morrison; William J. Wilhelm
  66. The Dog That Did Not Bark: Insider Trading and Crashes, 2008, Jose M. Marin; Jacques P. Olivier
  67. The Geography of Block Acquisitions, 2008, Jun‐Koo Kang; Jin‐Mo Kim
  68. The Industry Life Cycle, Acquisitions and Investment: Does Firm Organization Matter?, 2008, Vojislav Maksimovic; Gordon Phillips
  69. The Long‐Lasting Momentum in Weekly Returns, 2008, Roberto C. Gutierrez; Eric K. Kelley
  70. The Making of an Investment Banker: Stock Market Shocks, Career Choice, and Lifetime Income, 2008, Paul Oyer
  71. The Market for Mergers and the Boundaries of the Firm, 2008, Matthew Rhodes‐Kropf; David T. Robinson
  72. The Politics of Financial Development: Evidence from Trade Liberalization, 2008, Matias Braun; Claudio Raddatz
  73. The Price of Immediacy, 2008, George C. Chacko; Jakub W. Jurek; Erik Stafford
  74. The Real Determinants of Asset Sales, 2008, Liu Yang
  75. The Selection and Termination of Investment Management Firms by Plan Sponsors, 2008, Amit Goyal; Sunil Wahal
  76. The Term Structure of Real Rates and Expected Inflation, 2008, Andrew Ang; Geert Bekaert; Min Wei
  77. The Value of Financial Flexibility, 2008, Andrea Gamba; Alexander Triantis
  78. Trusting the Stock Market, 2008, Luigi Guiso; Paola Sapienza; Luigi Zingales
  79. Underreaction to Dividend Reductions and Omissions?, 2008, Yi Liu; Samuel H. Szewczyk; Zaher Zantout
  80. Volatility Information Trading in the Option Market, 2008, Sophie X. Ni; Jun Pan; Allen M. Poteshman
  81. Which Money Is Smart? Mutual Fund Buys and Sells of Individual and Institutional Investors, 2008, Aneel Keswani; David Stolin
  82. Which Shorts Are Informed?, 2008, Ekkehart Boehmer; Charles M. Jones; Xiaoyan Zhang
  83. “You Can Enter but You Cannot Leave
”: U.S. Securities Markets and Foreign Firms, 2008, András Marosi; Nadia Massoud

Journal of Financial Economics¶

  1. A theory of the transition to secondary market trading of IPOs, 2008, Zhaohui Chen; William J. Wilhelm Jr.
  2. Advisors and asset prices: A model of the origins of bubbles, 2008, Harrison Hong; José Scheinkman; Wei Xiong
  3. Analyst coverage and earnings management, 2008, Fang (Frank) Yu
  4. Automatic bankruptcy auctions and fire-sales, 2008, B. Espen Eckbo; S. Karin Thorburn
  5. Banks and innovation: Microeconometric evidence on Italian firms, 2008, Luigi Benfratello; Fabio Schiantarelli; Alessandro Sembenelli
  6. Big business stability and economic growth: Is what's good for General Motors good for America?, 2008, Kathy Fogel; Randall Morck; Bernard Yeung
  7. Board classification and managerial entrenchment: Evidence from the market for corporate control, 2008, Thomas W. Bates; David A. Becher; Michael L. Lemmon
  8. Board size and the variability of corporate performance, 2008, Shijun Cheng
  9. Boards: Does one size fit all, 2008, Jeffrey L. Coles; Naveen D. Daniel; Lalitha Naveen
  10. Can hedging tell the full story? Reconciling differences in United States aggregate- and industry-level exchange rate risk premium, 2008, Bill B. Francis; Iftekhar Hasan; Delroy M. Hunter
  11. Can real options explain financing behavior?, 2008, Yuri Tserlukevich
  12. Capital structure and international debt shifting, 2008, Harry Huizinga; Luc Laeven; Gaetan Nicodeme
  13. Capital structure with risky foreign investment, 2008, Mihir A. Desai; C. Fritz Foley; James R. Hines Jr.
  14. Corporate asset purchases and sales: Theory and evidence, 2008, Missaka Warusawitharana
  15. Corporate governance and firm cash holdings in the US, 2008, Jarrad Harford; Sattar A. Mansi; William F. Maxwell
  16. Corporate governance and pay-for-performance: The impact of earnings management, 2008, Marcia Millon Cornett; Alan J. Marcus; Hassan Tehranian
  17. Corporate misreporting and bank loan contracting, 2008, John R. Graham; Si Li; Jiaping Qiu
  18. Creative destruction and firm-specific performance heterogeneity, 2008, Hyunbae Chun; Jung-Wook Kim; Randall Morck; Bernard Yeung
  19. Cross-ownership, returns, and voting in mergers, 2008, Gregor Matvos; Michael Ostrovsky
  20. Cycles in the IPO market, 2008, Wei Wang; Chris Yung; GönĂŒl Çolak
  21. Darden conference issue: Capital raising in emerging economies, 2008, Campbell R. Harvey; Marc L. Lipson; Francis E. Warnock
  22. Debt and managerial rents in a real-options model of the firm, 2008, Bart M. Lambrecht; Stewart C. Myers
  23. Decomposing swap spreads, 2008, Peter FeldhĂŒtter; David Lando
  24. Diversification to mitigate expropriation in the tobacco industry, 2008, Messod D. Beneish; Ivo Ph. Jansen; Melissa F. Lewis; Nathan V. Stuart
  25. Dividend policy: Reconciling DD with MM, 2008, John C. Handley
  26. Dividends and share repurchases in the European Union, 2008, Henk Von Eije; William L. Megginson
  27. Do auctions induce a winner's curse? New evidence from the corporate takeover market, 2008, Audra L. Boone; J. Harold Mulherin
  28. Do boards pay attention when institutional investor activists "just vote no"?, 2008, Diane Del Guercio; Laura Seery; Tracie Woidtke
  29. Do investors value smooth performance?, 2008, George Allayannis; Brian Rountree; James P. Weston
  30. Do local analysts know more? A cross-country study of the performance of local analysts and foreign analysts, 2008, Kee-Hong Bae; René M. Stulz; Hongping Tan
  31. Does firm value move too much to be justified by subsequent changes in cash flow, 2008, Borja Larrain; Motohiro Yogo
  32. Does international cross-listing improve the information environment, 2008, Nuno Fernandes; Miguel A. Ferreira
  33. Does the use of peer groups contribute to higher pay and less efficient compensation?, 2008, John M. Bizjak; Michael L. Lemmon; Lalitha Naveen
  34. Dominant shareholders, corporate boards, and corporate value: A cross-country analysis, 2008, Jay Dahya; Orlin Dimitrov; John J. Mcconnell
  35. Dumb money: Mutual fund flows and the cross-section of stock returns, 2008, Andrea Frazzini; Owen A. Lamont
  36. Entrepreneurial finance: Banks versus venture capital, 2008, Andrew Winton; Vijay Yerramilli
  37. Evaluating the real effect of bank branching deregulation: Comparing contiguous counties across US state borders, 2008, Rocco R. Huang
  38. Ex-dividend day trading: Who, how, and why?: Evidence from the Finnish market, 2008, Elias Rantapuska
  39. Export incentives, financial constraints, and the (mis)allocation of credit: Micro-level evidence from subsidized export loans, 2008, Bilal H. Zia
  40. Financial distress and corporate risk management: Theory and evidence, 2008, Amiyatosh Purnanandam
  41. Financial expertise of directors, 2008, A. Burak GĂŒner; Ulrike Malmendier; Geoffrey Tate
  42. Financing and takeovers, 2008, Erwan Morellec; Alexei Zhdanov
  43. Financing patterns around the world: Are small firms different?, 2008, Thorsten Beck; Asli DemirgĂŒĂ§-Kunt; Vojislav Maksimovic
  44. Firm-specific information and the efficiency of investment, 2008, Anusha Chari; Peter Blair Henry
  45. Firms as buyers of last resort, 2008, Harrison Hong; Jiang Wang; Jialin Yu
  46. How and why do small firms manage interest rate risk, 2008, James Vickery
  47. How common are common return factors across the NYSE and Nasdaq?, 2008, Amit Goyal; Christophe PĂ©rignon; Christophe Villa
  48. How is macro news transmitted to exchange rates?, 2008, Martin D.D. Evans; Richard K. Lyons
  49. Incumbents and protectionism: The political economy of foreign entry liberalization, 2008, Anusha Chari; Nandini Gupta
  50. Information asymmetry, information dissemination and the effect of regulation FD on the cost of capital, 2008, Jefferson Duarte; Xi Han; Jarrad Harford; Lance Young
  51. Information flows within financial conglomerates: Evidence from the banks-mutual funds relation, 2008, Massimo Massa; Zahid Rehman
  52. Information, sell-side research, and market making, 2008, Leonardo Madureira; Shane Underwood
  53. Inter-firm linkages and the wealth effects of financial distress along the supply chain, 2008, Michael G. Hertzel; Zhi Li; Micah S. Officer; Kimberly J. Rodgers
  54. Internationalization and the evolution of corporate valuation, 2008, Juan Carlos Gozzi; Ross Levine; Sergio L. Schmukler
  55. Investment frictions and leverage dynamics, 2008, Sergey Tsyplakov
  56. Latent liquidity: A new measure of liquidity, with an application to corporate bonds, 2008, George Chacko; Sriketan Mahanti; Gaurav Mallik; Amrut Nashikkar; Marti Subrahmanyam
  57. Liquidity and market efficiency, 2008, Tarun Chordia; Richard Roll; Avanidhar Subrahmanyam
  58. Managerial incentives, capital reallocation, and the business cycle, 2008, Andrea L. Eisfeldt; Adriano A. Rampini
  59. Mixing family with business: A study of Thai business groups and the families behind them, 2008, Marianne Bertrand; Simon Johnson; Krislert Samphantharak; Antoinette Schoar
  60. Motivations for public equity offers: An international perspective, 2008, Woojin Kim; Michael S. Weisbach
  61. On the importance of retail banking relationships, 2008, Manju Puri; Jörg Rocholl
  62. Option valuation with long-run and short-run volatility components, 2008, Peter Christoffersen; Kris Jacobs; Chayawat Ornthanalai; Yintian Wang
  63. Political connections and preferential access to finance: The role of campaign contributions, 2008, Stijn Claessens; Erik Feijen; Luc Laeven
  64. Pricing the commonality across alternative measures of liquidity, 2008, Robert A. Korajczyk; Ronnie Sadka
  65. Reply to: Dividend policy: Reconciling DD with MM, 2008, Harry Deangelo; Linda Deangelo
  66. Rights offerings, takeup, renounceability, and underwriting status, 2008, Balasingham Balachandran; Robert Faff; Michael Theobald
  67. Seasonality in the cross-section of stock returns, 2008, Steven L. Heston; Ronnie Sadka
  68. Second time lucky? Withdrawn IPOs that return to the market, 2008, Craig G. Dunbar; Stephen R. Foerster
  69. Stochastic risk premiums, stochastic skewness in currency options, and stochastic discount factors in international economies, 2008, Gurdip Bakshi; Peter Carr; Liuren Wu
  70. Stock price informativeness, cross-listings, and investment decisions, 2008, Thierry Foucault; Thomas Gehrig
  71. Striking oil: Another puzzle?, 2008, Gerben Driesprong; Ben Jacobsen; Benjamin Maat
  72. Structural models of credit risk are useful: Evidence from hedge ratios on corporate bonds, 2008, Stephen M. Schaefer; Ilya A. Strebulaev
  73. Testing limits to policy reversal: Evidence from Indian privatizations, 2008, Siddhartha G. Dastidar; Raymond Fisman; Tarun Khanna
  74. The colors of investors' money: The role of institutional investors around the world, 2008, Miguel A. Ferreira; Pedro Matos
  75. The consequences to managers for financial misrepresentation, 2008, Jonathan M. Karpoff; D. Scott Lee; Gerald S. Martin
  76. The determinants of board structure, 2008, James S. Linck; Jeffry M. Netter; Tina Yang
  77. The divergence of liquidity commonality in the cross-section of stocks, 2008, Avraham Kamara; Xiaoxia Lou; Ronnie Sadka
  78. The evolving relation between earnings, dividends, and stock repurchases, 2008, Douglas J. Skinner
  79. The expectation hypothesis of the term structure of very short-term rates: Statistical tests and economic value, 2008, Pasquale Della Corte; Lucio Sarno; Daniel L. Thornton
  80. The expected value premium, 2008, Long Chen; Ralitsa Petkova; Lu Zhang
  81. The importance of IRS monitoring to debt pricing in private firms, 2008, Omrane Guedhami; Jeffrey Pittman
  82. The intertemporal relation between expected returns and risk, 2008, Turan G. Bali
  83. The law and economics of self-dealing, 2008, Simeon Djankov; Florencio Lopez-De-Silanes; Rafael La Porta; Andrei Shleifer
  84. The only game in town: Stock-price consequences of local bias, 2008, Harrison Hong; Jeffrey D. Kubik; Jeremy C. Stein
  85. The power of the pen and executive compensation, 2008, John E. Core; Wayne Guay; David F. Larcker
  86. The probability and magnitude of information events, 2008, Elizabeth R. Odders-White; Mark J. Ready
  87. The timing of financing decisions: An examination of the correlation in financing waves, 2008, Amy K. Dittmar; Robert F. Dittmar
  88. Trading imbalances, predictable reversals, and cross-stock price pressure, 2008, Sandro C. Andrade; Charles Chang; Mark S. Seasholes
  89. Ultimate ownership and control in Russia, 2008, Lucy Chernykh
  90. Venture capital investment cycles: The impact of public markets, 2008, Paul Gompers; Anna Kovner; Josh Lerner; David Scharfstein
  91. Venture capital reputation and investment performance, 2008, Rajarishi Nahata
  92. Volume, liquidity, and liquidity risk, 2008, Timothy C. Johnson
  93. Voluntary disclosures around share repurchases, 2008, Paul Brockman; Inder K. Khurana; Xiumin Martin
  94. Who are the active investors?: Evidence from venture capital, 2008, Laura Bottazzi; Thomas Hellmann; Marco Da Rin
  95. Who makes acquisitions? CEO overconfidence and the market's reaction, 2008, Ulrike Malmendier; Geoffrey Tate
  96. Why do firms pay dividends? International evidence on the determinants of dividend policy, 2008, David J. Denis; Igor Osobov
  97. Why do private acquirers pay so little compared to public acquirers?, 2008, Leonce L. Bargeron; Frederik P. Schlingemann; René M. Stulz; Chad J. Zutter
  98. Why firms purchase property insurance, 2008, Daniel Aunon-Nerin; Paul Ehling

Review of Financial Studies¶

  1. A Bayesian Analysis of Return Dynamics with LĂ©vy Jumps, 2008, Haitao Li; Martin T. Wells; Cindy L. Yu
  2. A Comprehensive Look at The Empirical Performance of Equity Premium Prediction, 2008, Amit Goyal; Ivo Welch
  3. A Dynamic Model for the Forward Curve, 2008, Choong Tze Chua; Dean Foster; Krishna Ramaswamy; Robert Stine
  4. A GARCH Option Pricing Model with Filtered Historical Simulation, 2008, Giovanni Barone-Adesi; Robert F. Engle; Loriano Mancini
  5. A Note from the Editor, 2008, Matthew Spiegel Spiegel
  6. A Theory of Board Control and Size, 2008, Milton Harris; Artur Raviv
  7. All That Glitters: The Effect of Attention and News on the Buying Behavior of Individual and Institutional Investors, 2008, Brad M. Barber; Terrance Odean
  8. Analyst Behavior Following IPOs: The 'Bubble Period' Evidence, 2008, Daniel J. Bradley; Bradford D. Jordan; Jay R. Ritter
  9. Analytic Pricing of Employee Stock Options, 2008, Jakơa Cvitanić; Zvi Wiener; Fernando Zapatero
  10. Asset Pricing with Limited Risk Sharing and Heterogeneous Agents, 2008, Francisco Gomes; Alexander Michaelides
  11. Average Idiosyncratic Volatility in G7 Countries, 2008, Hui Guo; Robert Savickas
  12. Biases in Decomposing Holding-Period Portfolio Returns, 2008, Weimin Liu; Norman Strong
  13. Bubbles: Some Perspectives (and Loose Talk) from History, 2008, Maureen O'Hara
  14. Building Relationships Early: Banks in Venture Capital, 2008, Thomas Hellmann; Laura Lindsey; Manju Puri
  15. Can Growth Options Explain the Trend in Idiosyncratic Risk?, 2008, Charles Cao; Timothy Simin; Jing Zhao
  16. Cash-in-the-Market Pricing and Optimal Resolution of Bank Failures, 2008, Viral V. Acharya; Tanju Yorulmazer
  17. Choosing to Cofinance: Analysis of Project-Specific Alliances in the Movie Industry, 2008, Darius Palia; S. Abraham Ravid; Natalia Reisel
  18. Complex Ownership Structures and Corporate Valuations, 2008, Luc Laeven; Ross Levine
  19. Conditioning Information and Variance Bounds on Pricing Kernels with Higher- Order Moments: Theory and Evidence, 2008, Fousseni Chabi-Yo
  20. Contracts and Exits in Venture Capital Finance, 2008, Douglas Cumming
  21. Default Risk, Shareholder Advantage, and Stock Returns, 2008, Lorenzo Garlappi; Tao Shu; Hong Yan
  22. Distance Still Matters: Evidence from Municipal Bond Underwriting, 2008, Alexander W. Butler
  23. Do Retail Incentives Work in Privatizations?, 2008, Matti Keloharju; Samuli KnĂŒpfer; Sami Torstila
  24. Do Sovereign Bonds Benefit Corporate Bonds in Emerging Markets?, 2008, Robert F. Dittmar
  25. Does Capital Account Liberalization Lead to Growth?, 2008, Dennis P. Quinn; A. Maria Toyoda
  26. Endogenous Events and Long-Run Returns, 2008, S. Viswanathan; Bin Wei
  27. Estimating the Dynamics of Mutual Fund Alphas and Betas, 2008, Harry Mamaysky; Matthew Spiegel; Hong Zhang
  28. Estimation Risk, Information, and the Conditional CAPM: Theory and Evidence, 2008, Rodney D. Boehme; Bartley R. Danielsen; Praveen Kumar; Sorin M. Sorescu
  29. Excess Comovement of Stock Returns: Evidence from Cross-Sectional Variation in Nikkei 225 Weights, 2008, Robin Greenwood
  30. Expected returns, yield spreads, and asset pricing tests, 2008, Murillo Campello; Long Chen; Lu Zhang
  31. Explaining the Level of Credit Spreads: Option-Implied Jump Risk Premia in a Firm Value Model, 2008, K.J. Martijn Cremers; Joost Driessen; Pascal Maenhout
  32. Financial Constraints and Growth: Multinational and Local Firm Responses to Currency Depreciations, 2008, Mihir A. Desai; C. Fritz Foley; Kristin J. Forbes
  33. Forecasting Default with the Merton Distance to Default Model, 2008, Sreedhar T. Bharath; Tyler Shumway
  34. Forecasting the Equity Premium: Where We Stand Today, 2008, Matthew Spiegel
  35. Good IPOs Draw in Bad: Inelastic Banking Capacity and Hot Markets, 2008, Naveen Khanna; Thomas H. Noe; Ramana Sonti
  36. Habit Formation, Incomplete Markets, and the Significance of Regional Risk for Expected Returns, 2008, George M. Korniotis
  37. How Well Do Institutional Theories Explain Firms' Perceptions of Property Rights?, 2008, Meghana Ayyagari; Asli DemirgĂŒc-Kunt; Vojislav Maksimovic
  38. Identifying Term Structure Volatility from the LIBOR-Swap Curve, 2008, Samuel Thompson
  39. Inflation Uncertainty, Asset Valuations, and the Credit Spreads Puzzle, 2008, Alexander David
  40. Information Quality and Options, 2008, Joel M. Vanden
  41. Institutional Portfolio Flows and International Investments, 2008, Kenneth A. Froot; Tarun Ramadorai
  42. International asset allocation under regime switching, skew, and kurtosis preferences, 2008, Massimo Guidolin; Allan Timmermann
  43. Interpreting the Value Effect Through the Q-Theory: An Empirical Investigation, 2008, Yuhang Xing
  44. Intragroup Propping: Evidence from the Stock-Price Effects of Earnings Announcements by Korean Business Groups, 2008, Gil S. Bae; Youngsoon S. Cheon; Jun-Koo Kang
  45. Investor Sentiment and Option Prices, 2008, Bing Han
  46. Is Nonlinear Drift Implied by the Short End of the Term Structure?, 2008, Hideyuki Takamizawa
  47. Jumps in Financial Markets: A New Nonparametric Test and Jump Dynamics, 2008, Suzanne S. Lee; Per A. Mykland
  48. Learning and Asset Prices Under Ambiguous Information, 2008, Markus Leippold; Fabio Trojani; Paolo Vanini
  49. Market Discipline and Internal Governance in the Mutual Fund Industry, 2008, Thomas Dangl; Youchang Wu; Josef Zechner
  50. Momentum Profits, Factor Pricing, and Macroeconomic Risk, 2008, Laura Xiaolei Liu; Lu Zhang
  51. Money Illusion and Housing Frenzies, 2008, Markus K. Brunnermeier; Christian Julliard
  52. Monopoly and Information Advantage in the Residential Mortgage Market, 2008, Jie Gan; Timothy J. Riddiough
  53. Mutual Funds and Bubbles: The Surprising Role of Contractual Incentives, 2008, Nishant Dass; Massimo Massa; Rajdeep Patgiri
  54. Predicting Excess Stock Returns Out of Sample: Can Anything Beat the Historical Average?, 2008, John Y. Campbell; Samuel B. Thompson
  55. Production in Entrepreneurial Firms: The Effects of Financial Constraints on Labor and Capital, 2008, Mark J. Garmaise
  56. Reconciling the Return Predictability Evidence, 2008, Martin Lettau; Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh
  57. Relative Wealth Concerns and Financial Bubbles, 2008, Peter M. Demarzo; Ron Kaniel; Ilan Kremer
  58. Robust Stochastic Discount Factors, 2008, Phelim Boyle; Shui Feng; Weidong Tian; Tan Wang
  59. Shareholder Diversification and the Decision to Go Public, 2008, Andriy Bodnaruk; Eugene Kandel; Massimo Massa; Andrei Simonov
  60. Small Trades and the Cross-Section of Stock Returns, 2008, Soeren Hvidkjaer
  61. State Dependence Can Explain the Risk Aversion Puzzle, 2008, Fousseni Chabi-Yo; René Garcia; Eric Renault
  62. Stocks or Options? Moral Hazard, Firm Viability, and the Design of Compensation Contracts, 2008, Ohad Kadan
  63. Strategic Alliances and the Boundaries of the Firm, 2008, David T. Robinson
  64. Strong-Form Efficiency with Monopolistic Insiders, 2008, Minh Chau; Dimitri Vayanos
  65. Taxable and Tax-Deferred Investing: A Tax-Arbitrage Approach, 2008, Jennifer Huang
  66. The Causal Effect of Mortgage Refinancing on Interest Rate Volatility: Empirical Evidence and Theoretical Implications, 2008, Jefferson Duarte
  67. The Causes and Consequences of Recent Financial Market Bubbles: An Introduction, 2008, Utpal Bhattacharya
  68. The Dating Game: Do Managers Designate Option Grant Dates to Increase their Compensation?, 2008, M. P. Narayanan; H. Nejat Seyhun
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