Past Seminars

3.6.2024Sebastian MüllerTechnical University of MunichGlobal Business Networks, with Christian Breitung
29.5.2024Yong ChenTexas A&M UniversityShadow of Loss: Mutual Fund Tail Behavior and Investor Flows, with Wenting Dai
20.5.2024Tony CooksonUniversity of Colorado BoulderNews Consumption in the Wild, with Diego Garcia and Elvis Jarnecic
13.5.2024Ramin BaghaiStockholm School of EconomicsAre Women More Exposed to Firm Shocks?, with Rui Silva and Margarida Soares
22.4.2024Erik HjalmarssonUniversity of GothenburgAnalysts Are Good at Ranking Stocks, with Adam Farago and Ming Zeng
15.4.2024Christoph MerkleAarhus UniversityNudging Investors towards Sustainability – A Field Experiment with a Robo-Advisor
8.4.2024Peter KoudijsErasmus School of EconomicsMarkets under Siege: How Political Beliefs Move Financial Markets, with Saumitra Jha and Marcos Salgado
18.3.2024Christian Heyerdahl-LarsenBI Norwegian Business SchoolEconomic Growth through Diversity in Beliefs, with Philipp Illeditsch and Howard Kung
11.3.2024Clifton GreenEmory UniversityExpert Network Calls, with Sean S. Cao, Lijun Lei and Shaojun Zhang
4.3.2024Zacharias SautnerUniversity of Zurich & Swiss Finance InstituteIs History Repeating Itself? The (Un)Predictable Past of ESG Ratings, with Florian Berg and Kornelia Fabisik
11.12.2023Vasso Ioannidou
Bayes Business School, City University of London
Corporate Runs and Credit Reallocation, with Elena Carletti, Filippo De Marco and Enrico Sette
27.11.2023Francesco D’AcuntoGeorgetown University
How Costly Are Cultural Biases? Evidence from FinTech, with Pulak Ghosh and Alberto Rossi
20.11.2023Elena LoutskinaUniversity of Virginia, Darden School of BusinessLabor Market Polarization and Student Debt, with Sanket Korgaonkar and Constatine Yannelis
6.11.2023Jean-Charles RochetToulouse School of EconomicsMoney and Taxes Implement Optimal Dynamic Mechanisms, with Bruno Biais, Hans Gersbach, Ernst Ludwig von Thadden and Stéphane Villeneuve
23.10.2023Matthijs KorevaarErasmus School of EconomicsBuy-to-Live vs. Buy-to-Let: The Impact of Real Estate Investors on Housing Costs and Neighborhoods, with Marc Francke, Lianne Hans and Sjoerd van Bekkum
9.10.2023Alexander MichaelidesImperial College LondonStrategic Asset Allocation for Sovereign Wealth Funds, with Yuxin Zhang
25.9.2023Thierry FoucaultHEC ParisAlgorithmic Pricing and Liquidity in Securities Markets, with Jean Edouard Colliard and Stefano Lovo
18.9.2023Ansgar WaltherImperial College London
Algorithm Aversion: Theory and Evidence from Robo-Advice, with Fiona Greig, Tarun Ramadorai, Alberto G. Rossi and Stephen P. Utkus
11.9.2023Morten BennedsenUniversity of Copenhagen & INSEADNeighborhood CEOs, with Mario Daniele Amore and Birthe Larsen
4.9.2023Hong LiuOlin Business School, Washington University in St. LouisNegative Information Revelation: Informed Sales Meet Short Sales, with Xi Dong, Siyi Shen and Yajun Wang
15.5.2023Scott YonkerCornell UniversityFear and Risk: Do Visceral Factors Affect Risk Taking?, with Vicki Bogan
24.4.2023Xuan WangVrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Tinbergen InstituteSustainable Investing and Public Goods Provision, with  Ilaria Piatti and Joel Shapiro
17.4.2023Sascha SteffenFrankfurt School of Finance & ManagementWhat explains changes to the LBO debt market post financial crisis?, with Rüdiger Fahlenbrach and Sophie-Dorothee Rotermund
3.4.2023Ernst MaugUniversity of Mannheim
Post-Merger Restructuring of the Labor Force, with Britta Gehrke, Stefan Obernberger and Christoph Schneider
20.3.2023Aalto Financial Institutions Mini-Conference
Cristian Tiu (University at Buffalo), Mila Getmansky Sherman (University of Massachusetts Amherst),
Russell  Wermers (University of Maryland), Daniel Barth
(Federal Reserve Board), Christian Lundblad
(The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
6.3.2023Tatyana MarchukBI Norwegian Business SchoolDirect Lenders in the U.S. Middle Market, with Tetiana Davydiuk and Samuel Rosen
12.12.2022David LandoCopenhagen Business SchoolBank Equity Risk, with Jens Dick-Nielsen & Zhuolu Gao
21.11.2022Vesa PursiainenUniversity of St. Gallen & Swiss Institute of Banking and FinanceGeographic Proximity in Short Selling, with Xiaolin Huo & Xin Liu
14.11.2022Constantine YannelisUniversity of Chicago Booth School of BusinessData and Welfare in Credit Markets, with Mark Jansen, Fabian Nagel & Anthony Lee Zhang
24.10.2022Tobin Hanspal
WU Vienna University of Economics and Business
Educating Investors about Dividends, with Andreas Hackethal, Samuel M. Hartzmark & Konstantin Bräuer
10.10.2022Isil ErelOhio State University, Fisher College of BusinessSpecialized Investments and Firms’ Boundaries: Evidence from Textual Analysis of Patents, with Jan Bena, Daisy Wang & Michael S. Weibach
26.9.2022Julien Xavier DaubanesUniversity of GenevaWhy Do Firms Issue Green Bonds?, with Shema Frédéric Mitali & Jean-Charles Rochet
19.9.2022Alberta Di Giuli
ESCP Business School
The Voting Behavior of Women-Led Mutual Funds, with Alexandre Garel & Arthur Petit-Romec
12.9.2022Sven Klingler
BI Norwegian Business School
Issuer Certification in Money Markets, with Aleksandra Rzeznik & Olav Syrstad
5.9.2022Jaewon ChoiUniversity of Illinois Urbana-ChampaignBond Funds and Credit Risk, with Amil Dasgupta & Ji Yeol Jimmy Oh
6.6.2022Jonathan BrogaardUniversity of UtahDoes Floor Trading Matter?, with Matthew C. Ringgenberg & Dominik Rösch
30.5.2022Alminas ZaldokasHong Kong University of TechnologyDo Board Connections Between Product Market Peers Impede Competition?, with Radhakrishnan Gopalan & Renping Li
23.5.2022Cristian TiuUniversity of BuffaloCOVID-19 and the Illusion of Productivity, with Yuxiang Jiang, Ruijie Liu & Dominik Roesch
16.5.2022Kathrin SchlafmannCopenhagen Business SchoolDesigning Pension Plans According to Consumption-Savings Theory, with Roine Vestman & Ofer Setty
2.5.2022Paul SmeetsMaastricht UniversityDo Financial Advisors Exploit Responsible Investment Preferences?, with Marten Laudi & Utz Weitzel
11.4.2022George AragonW.P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State UniversityAnticipatory Trading Against Distressed Mega Hedge Funds, with Vikas Agarwal, Vikram Nanda & Kelsey Wei
4.4.2022Amit GoyalUniversity of Lausanne and Swiss Finance InstituteCheap Options Are Expensive, with Alex Boulatov, Assaf Eisdorfer & Alexei Zhdanov
21.3.2022Oliver SpaltUniversity of MannheimDownward-Sloping Demand Curves for U.S. Equities: Evidence from a Reform of Trust Laws
29.11.2021Peter FeldhütterCopenhagen Business SchoolDebt Dynamics and Credit Risk, with Stephen Schaefer
22.11.2021Marcus OppStockholm School of EconomicsGreen Capital Requirements, with Martin Oehmke
4.10.2021Vladimir VladimirovUniversity of AmsterdamHow Financial Markets Create Superstars, with Spyros Terovitis
13.9.2021Johaness WohlfartUniversity of CopenhagenBeliefs About the Stock Market and Investment Choices: Evidence from a Field Experiment, with Christine Laudenbach and Annika Weber
9.8.2021David Robinson
Fuqua School of Business, Duke University
Can the Media Spur Startup Activity? Evidence from the Television Show “Shark Tank”, with Angelino Viceisza
Zwetelina IlievaUniversity of BonnDynamic Inconstitency in Risky Choice: Evidence from the Lab and Field, with Rawley Heimer, Alex Imas and Martin Weber
Jiacui LiDavid Eccles School of Business, University of UtahEndogenous Inattention and Risk-Specific Price Underraction in Corporate Bonds
Michael WoodfordColumbia UniversityImprecise Probabilistic Inference from Sequantial Data, with Arthur Prat-Carrabin
Xavier VivesESE Business School University of NavarraExchange Comptetition, Entry, and Welfare, with G. Cespa
2.3.2020Mathijs van DijkRotterdam School of ManagementA Portfolio Optimization Approach to Identifying Private
Information, with Dion Bongaerts and Dominik Rösch
9.12.2019David DenisUniversity of Pittsburgh
Acquisitions and CEO Compensation Changes, with Leonce Bargeron
25.11.2019Augustin LandierHEC ParisBiases in Expectations: Experimental Evidence, with Yueran Ma
18.11.2019Tim KroenckeUniversity of NeuchâtelRecessions and the Stock Market
4.11.2019Rüdiger FahlenbrachEcole Polytechnique Fédérale de LausanneWhy Are Firms with More Managerial Ownership Worth Less?, with Kornelia Fabisik, René M. Stulz & Jérôme P. Taillard
28.10.2019Aleksandar Andonov
University of Amsterdam
The Subsidy to Infrastructure as an Asset Class, with Roman Kräussl and Joshua D. Rauh
21.10.2019Michaela PagelColumbia Business SchoolBorrowing in Response to Windfalls, with Arna Olafsson
16.10.2019Anastassia FedykHaas School of Business, University of California, BerkeleyWhen Can the Market Identify Old News?, with James Hodson
30.9.2019Tim JenkinsonSaïd Business School, University of OxfordBest Buys and Own Brands: Investment Platforms’ Recommendations of Mutual Funds, with Gordon Cookson, Howard Jones and Jose Vicente Martinez
16.9.2019John CotterUniversity College DublinNowhere to Run, Nowhere to Hide: Asset Diversification in a Flat World, with Stuart Gabriel and Richard Roll
9.9.2019Albert J. MenkveldVrije Universiteit AmsterdamEquilibrium Bitcoin Pricing, with Bruno Biais, Christophe Bisiere, Matthieu Bouvard and Catherine Casamatta
3.6.2019Kai LiSauder School of Business, University of British ColumbiaPublic Enforcement of Securities Laws in Weak Institutional Environments: Evidence from China, with Tinghua Duan, Rafael Rogo and Ray Zhang
20.5.2019Campbell R. HarveyDuke University, Fuqua School of BusinessFalse (and Missed) Discoveries in Financial Economics
13.5.2019Alexander LjungqvistNUY Stern School of BusinessDo Corporate Disclosures Constrain Strategic Analyst Behavior?
15.4.2019Jaewon ChoiGies College of Business, University of Illinois Urbana-ChampaignReaching for Yield and Overpricing in Bonds, with Qianwen Chen
3.4.2019Nicolas BollenOwen Graduate School of Management, Vanderbilt UniversityHow Much for a Haircut? Illiquidity, Secondary Markets, and the Value of Private Equity, with Berk A. Sensoy
1.4.2019Alberto PlazziSwiss Finance Institute and Università della Svizzera ItalianaResidential Mortgage Defaults and Positive Equity: Lessons from Europe
George Korniotis
University of MiamiDo Fundamentals Drive Cryptocurrency Prices?, with Siddharth Bhambhwani and Stefanos Delikouras
11.3.2019Elisabeth KempfUniversity of Chicago, Booth School of BusinessPartisan Professionals: Evidence from Credit Rating Analysts, with Margarita Tsoutsoura
4.3.2019Pedro MatosDarden School of Business, University of VirginiaMulti-Class Shares Around the World: The Role of Institutional Investors, with Jinhee Kim and Ting Xu
10.12.2018Stefan RuenziUniversity of MannheimThe Impact of Role Models on Women’s Self-Selection in Competitive Environments, with Kristina Meier and Alexandra Niessen-Ruenzi
12.11.2018Cláudia CustódioImperial College LondonThe Economic Costs of Financial Distress, with Miguel A. Ferreira and Emilia Garcia-Appendini
7.11.2018Marno Verbeek
Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
Trade Less and Exit Overcrowded Markets: Lessons from International Mutual Funds, with Teodor Dyakov and Hao Jiang
5.11.2018Abhiroop Mukherjee
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Roads and Loans, with Sumit Agarwal and S. Lakshmi Naaraayanan
29.10.2018Andriy ShkilkoWilfrid Laurier University
Insider Trading Under the Microscope
22.10.2018David McLeanGeorgetown UniversityAnalysts and Anomalies, with Joseph Engelberg and Jeffrey Pontiff
8.10.2018Christian WagnerWU Vienna University of Economics and BusinessDoes Central Bank Tone Move Asset Prices?, with Maik Schmeling
1.10.2018Russell WermersSmith School of Business, University of MarylandCostly Information Production, Information Intensity, and Mutual Fund Performance, with George Jiang, Ke Shen and Tong Yao
17.9.2018Christopher Polk
London School of EconomicsTrade Networks and Asset Prices: Evidence from the SCDS Market, with Huancheng Du, Dong Lou and Jinfan Zhang
10.9.2018Thomas HellmannSaïd Business School, University of OxfordBe Careful What You Ask For: Fundraising Strategies in Equity Crowdfunding, with Ilona Mostipan and Nir Vulkan
27.8.2018Michael WeberUniversity of Chicago Booth School of BusinessHuman Frictions to the Transmission of Economic Policy, with Francesco D’Acunto, Daniel Hoang and Maritta Paloviita
6.6.2018Allan Timmermann
Rady School of Management, University of California San Diego
Pockets of Predictability, with Leland E. Farmer and Lawrence Schmidt
28.5.2018Kewei Hou
Fisher College of Business, Ohio State University
The Economics of Value Investing, with Haitao Mo, Chen Xue and Lu Zhang
7.5.2018Nadya MalenkoCarroll School of Management, Boston CollegeProxy Advisory Firms: The Economics of Selling Information to Voters, with Andrey Malenko
16.4.2018Patrick VerwijmerenErasmus School of Economics, Erasmus University RotterdamThe External Financing of Investment, with Bruce D. Grundy
9.4.2018Francesco FranzoniUniversita della Svizzera Italiana and Swiss Finance InstituteBrokers and Order Flor Leakage: Evidence from Fire Sales, with Andrea Barbon, Marco Di Maggio and Augustin Landier
19.3.2018Dagfinn RimeBI Norwegian Business SchoolSegmented Money Markets and Covered Interest Parity Arbitrage, with Andreas Schrimpf and Olav Syrstad
14.3.2018Tobias J. MoskowitzYale School of ManagementYield Curve Premia, with Jordan Brooks
5.3.2018George AragonArizona State University
Hedge Fund Liquidity Management, with A. Tolga Ergun, Mila Getmansky and Giulio Girardi
26.2.2018Heiko JacobsUniversity of Duisburg-EssenAnomalies Across the Globe: Once Public, No Longer Existent?, with Sebastian Müller
4.12.2017Zhi DaUniversity of Notre Dame, Mendoza College of BusinessDemand for Information and Asset Pricing, with Azi Ben-Rephael, Bruce I. Carlin and Ryan D. Israelsen
27.11.2017Joan Farre-MensaCornerstone ResearchThe Evolution of the Private Equity Market and the Decline in IPOs, with Michael Ewens
20.11.2017Samuel HartzmarkUniversity of Chicago Booth School of BusinessDo Investors Value Sustainability? A Natural Experiment Examining Ranking and Fund Flows, with Abigail B. Sussman
13.11.2017Justin BirruOhio State UniversityCapital Market Anomalies and Quantitative Research, with Sinan Gokkaya and Xi Liu
6.11.2017Francesco SangiorgiFrankfurt School of Finance and ManagementWhy is capital slow moving? Liquidity hysteresis and the dynamics of limited arbitrage
Anna Cieslak

Duke University, Fuqua School of Business
The Economics of the Fed Put, with Annette Vissing-Jorgensen
2.10.2017Dirk JenterLondon School of EconomicsGood and Bad CEOs, with Egor Matveyev and Lukas Roth
25.9.2017Steffen AndersenCopenhagen Business SchoolOnce Bitten, Twice Shy: The Role of Inertia and Personal Experiences in Risk Taking, with Tobin Hanspal and Kasper Meisner Nielsen
11.9.2017Denis SosyuraArizona State University, W. P. Carey School of BusinessFamily Descent as a Signal of Managerial Quality: Evidence from Mutual Funds, with Oleg Chuprinin
4.9.2017Kim PeijnenburgHEC ParisNoncognitive Abilities and Financial Distress: Evidence from a Representative Household Panel, with Gianpaolo Parise
29.5.2017Robert DittmarUniversity of Michigan, Ross School of BusinessCross-Market and Cross-Firm Effects in Implified Default Probabilities and Recovery Values, with Jennifer Conrad and Allaudeen Hameed
22.5.2017Brigitte MadrianHarvard Kennedy SchoolThe Wharton School, University of PennsylvaniaBorrowing to Save: Unintended Consequences of Automatic Enrollment
17.5.2017Patrick KellyNew Economic SchoolDoes Access to Foreign Financing Insulate Firms from Local Shocks? Evidence from the Response of Investable Firms to Monetary Policy, joint with Bill francis and Delroy Hunter
15.5.2017Vincent GlodeThe Wharton School, University of PennsylvaniaVoluntary Disclosure in Bilateral Transactions, with Christian Opp and Xingtan Zhang
8.5.2017Jules Van BinsbergenThe Wharton School, University of PennsylvaniaReal Anomalies, joint with Christian C. Opp
Bruce D. Grundy

University of Melbourne
Can Socially-Responsible Firms Survive Competition? Analysis of Corporate Employee Matching Grants, with Ning Gong
24.4.2017Omesh KiniGeorgia State University, J. Mack Robinson College of BusinessOn the Alignment of Stakeholder Orientation between the Board and Managers, with Sangho Lee and Mo Shen
3.4.2017Ulf von Lilienfeld-ToalUniversity of LuxembourgIdentifying the Benefits from Home Ownership: A Swedish Experiment, joint with Paolo Sodini, Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh and Roine Vestman
27.3.2017Nils FriewaldNorwegian School of EconomicsDebt Refinancing and Equity Returns, joint with Christian Wagner and Florian Nagler
20.3.2017Olga KuzminaNew Economic SchoolFooling the Savvy Investor? Secrecy and Hedge Fund Performance, with Sergiy Gorovyy and Patrick Kelly
6.3.2017Paolo Pasquariello
Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
Agency Costs and Strategic Speculation in the U.S. Stock Market
28.11.2016Kasper Meisner NielsenHong Kong University of Science and TechnologyPersonal Costs of Executive Turnovers
21.11.2016Daniel MetzgerStockholm School of Economics“Since you’re so rich, you must be really smart”: Talent and the Finance Wage Premium, joint with Michael Böhm and Per Strömberg
14.11.2016Miguel AntónIESE Business School, University of NavarraCommon Ownership, Competition, and Top Management Incentives, joint with Florian Ederer, Mireia Gine and Martin Schmalz
7.11.2016Jens Dick-NielsenCopenhagen Business SchoolThe Cost of Immediacy for Corporate Bonds, joint with Marco Rossi
31.10.2016Andrey Golubov
University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management
Where is the risk in value? Evidence from a market-to-book decomposition, joint with Theodosia Konstantinidi
24.10.2016Jonathan CohnThe University of Texas at Austin, McCombs School of BusinessHow do employees fare in private equity buyouts? Evidence from workplace safety records, joint with Nicole Nestoriak and Malcolm Wardlaw
Burton Hollifield
Carnegie Mellon University, David A. Tepper School of BusinessPreventing Controversial Catastrophes, joint with Steven D. Baker and Emilio Osambela
10.10.2016Pavel G. SavorTemple University, Fox School of BusinessOne Central Bank to Rule Them All, joint with Francesca Brusa and Mungo Wilson
19.9.2016Jillian PopadakDuke UniversityCorporate Culture: Evidence from the Field
12.9.2016Michelle LowryLeBow College of Business, Drexel UniversityVenturing Beyond the IPO: Venture Capitalists’ Investments in Newly Public Firms, joint with Peter Iliev
5.9.2016Eliezer M. FichLeBow College of Business, Drexel UniversityAdvertising, Attention, and Acquisition Returns, joint with Laura Starks and Anh Tran
6.6.2016Alok KumarUniversity of MiamiGeographical Accessibility and Portfolio Choice, with Agnes Mood
30.5.2016Gary GortonYale School of ManagementGood Booms, Bad Booms, with Guillermo Ordoñez
23.5.2016Nikolai RoussanovUniversity of Pennsylvania, The Wharton SchoolFracking, Drilling, and Asset Pricing: Estimating the Economic Benefits of the Shale Revolution, with Erik Gilje and Robert Ready
16.5.2016Rajnish MehraUniversity of LuxembourgThe Demand for Diversification in Incomplete Markets, with Sunil Wahal and Daruo Xie
25.4.2016Sophie ShiveUniversity of Notre DameMutual Funds and Bond Market Liquidity, with Paul Schultz
Yiming Qian
University of IowaPre-market Trading and IPO Pricing, with Chun Chang, Yao-Min Chiang and Jay R. Ritter
11.4.2016Nicolae GarleanuUC Berkeley, Haas School of BusinessEfficiently Inefficient Markets for Assets and Asset Management, with Lasse Heje Pedersen
21.3.2016Michael Halling
Stockholm School of Economics
The Mutual Fund Fee Puzzle, with Michael Cooper and Wenhao Jang
14.3.2016Allauden HameedNational University of Singapore (NUS)Dividend Clientele and Return Comovement, with JIng Xie
7.3.2016Toni M. WhitedThe Ross School – University of MichiganLabor and Capital Dynamics under Financing Frictions, with Ryan Michaels & T. Beau Page
16.12.2015Stijn Van NieuwerburghNYU SternPhasing out the GSEs, with Vadim Elenev and Tim Landvoigt
7.12.2015Andrew KarolyiCornell University – Johnson Graduate School of ManagementThe U.S. listing gap with Craig Doidge and René M. Stulz
30.11.2015Geraldo CerqueiroCatolica Lisbon School of Business and Economics
9.11.2015Christa BouwmanTexas A&M UniversitySmall Bank Comparative Advantages in Alleviating Financial Constraints and Providing Liquidity Insurance over Time with Allen N. Berger and Dasol Kim
2.11.2015Antti Ilmanen
AQR Capital Management
Humble Forecasts, Bold Diversification
26.10.2015Ilan CooperBI Norwegian Business SchoolEquity risk factors and the Intertemporal CAPM with Paulo Maio
5.10.2015Martijn J. Van den AssemVU University of Amsterdam
Game Show Economics
21.9.2015David SolomonUniversity of Southern California, Marshall School of BusinessRolling mental Accounts with Cary D. Frydman and Samuel M. Hartzmark
14.9.2015Geoffrey TateUniversity of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business SchoolThe Human Factor in Acquisitions: Cross-industry Labor Mobility and Corporate Diversification with Liu Yang
7.9.2015Ioanid RosuHEC ParisFast and Slow Informed Trading
31.8.2015Steven OngenaUniversity of Zurich and Swiss Finance InstituteFear, Anger and Credit. On Bank Robberies and Loan Conditions with Paola Morales Acevedo
1.6.2015Remco ZwinkelsVU University AmsterdamInvestor Sentiment and Employment with Maurizio Montone
25.5.2015Andrew PattonDuke University
The Impact of Hedge Funds on Asset Markets with Mathias Kruttli and Tarun Ramadorai
20.5.2015Jarrad HarfordUniversity of Washington, Michael G. Foster School of BusinessCorporate Financial Policies in Overvalued Credit Markets with Marc Martos-Vila and Matthew Rhodes-Kropf
Nagpurnanand R. Prabhala
University of Maryland, Rober H. Smith School of BusinessMutual Fund Competition, Managerial Skill, and Alpha Persistence”, with Gerard Hoberg, Nitin Kumar
4.5.2015Vikram NandaRutgers Business SchoolIntellectual Property Protection and Financial Markets: Patenting vs. Secrecy, with Nishant Dass and Steven Chong Xiao
27.4.2015David MustoUniversity of Pennsylvania, The Wharton SchoolNotes on Bonds: Liquidity at all Costs in the Great Recession
20.4.2015Jos Van BommelUniversity of LuxembourgEstimating the Proportion of Informed Trade in Call Auctions
13.4.2015Iftekhar HasanFordham UniversityDemocracy and Innovation, with Haitian Lu, Tuomas Takalo and Mingming Zhou
16.3.2015Neeltje van HorenDe Nederlandsche Bank
The Role of Foreign Banks in Trade, with Stijn Claessens and Omar Hassib
9.3.2015Andreas HackethalGoethe University FrankfurtWhich Investment Behaviors Really Matter for Individual Investors? with Benjamin Loos, Steffen Meyer, Joachim Weber
26.1.2015Patrik SandåsMcIntire School of Commerce, University of VirginiaDoes Trading Anonymously Enhance Liquidity?, joint with Patrick J. Dennis
15.12.2014Thomas Noe
University of Oxford, Saïd Business School
Ownership structure, organizational reform and corporate reputations, with Michael J. Rebello and Thomas A. Rietz
8.12.2014Christopher ParsonsUCSD, Rady School of ManagementThe Geography of Financial Misconduct, joint with Johan Sulaeman and Sheridan Titman
17.11.2014Jess CornaggiaGeorgetown University, McDonough School of BusinessHome Bias: Evidence from Municipal Bond Ratings, joint with Kimberly J Cornaggia and Ryan Israelsen
3.11.2014Wolf WagnerTilburg UniversityThe Disturbing Interaction between Countercyclical Capital Requirements and Systemic Risk, joint with Balint L. Horvath
27.10.2014Ľuboš Pástor
University of Chicago, Booth School of Business
Do Funds Make More When They Trade More?, joint with Robert F. Stambaugh and Lucian A. Taylor
13.10.2014Jonathan Reuter
Boston College
What is the Impact of Financial Advisors on Retirement Portfolio Choices and Outcomes? , joint with John Chalmers
29.9.2014Marcin Kacperczyk
Imperial College London

The Unintended Consequences of the Zero Lower Bound Policy, joint with Marco Di Maggio
15.9.2014Mike BurkartStockholm School of EconomicsActivist Funds, Leverage, and Procyclicality, joint with Amil Dasgupta
Jörg Rocholl

ESMT European School of Management and Technology
Financing constraints, emplyment, and labor compensation, joint with Alexander Popov
21.5.2014Benjamin GolezMendoza College of Business, Notre DameHas cash flow become less important? A tale of two periods re-examined, joint with Zhi Da
12.5.2014Evren ÖrsHEC ParisRisk-based capital requirements for banks and international trade: Evidence from Basel II implementation in Turkey, joint with Banu Demir and Tomasz Michalski
Effi Benmelech
Northwestern University, Kellogg School of ManagementThe agglomeration of bankruptcy, joint with Nittai Bergman, Anna Milanez, and Vladimir Mukharlyamov
14.4.2014Bilge YilmazUniversity of Pennsylvania, The Wharton SchoolPrecision of ratings, joint with Anastasia Kartasheva
7.4.2014Martin Brown
University of St.Gallen, Swiss Institute of Banking and Finance
Switching costs, deposit insurance and deposit withdrawals from distressed banks, joint with Benjamin Guin and Stefan Morkötter
31.3.2014Frederico BeloUniversity of Minnesota, Carlson School of ManagementExternal equity financing shocks, financial flows, and asset prices, joint with Xiaoji Lin and Fan Yang
24.3.2014Mara FaccioPurdue University, Krannert School of ManagementTaxes, capital structure choices, and firm value, joint with Jin Xu
10.3.2014Shawn Cole
Harvard Business School
How does risk management influence production decisions? Evidence from a field experiment, joint with Xavier Giné and James Vickery
3.3.2014Martin SchmalzUniversity of Michigan, Ross School of BusinessCan changes in the cost of cash resolve the corporate cash puzzle?, joint with José Azar and Jean-François Kagy
20.1.2014Doron AvramovHebrew University of JerusalemTime-varying momentum payoffs and illiquidity, joint with Si Cheng and Allaudeen Hameed
9.12.2013Florian HeiderEuropean Central BankAs certain as debt and taxes: Estimating the tax sensitivity of leverage from exogenous state tax changes, joint with Alexander Ljunqvist
25.11.2013Colin MayerUniversity of Oxford, Saïd Business SchoolThe ownership of Japanese corporations in the 20th century, joint with Julian Franks and Hideaki Miyajima
18.11.2013Terry Hendershott
University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business
Asset price dynamics with limited attention, joint with Sunny X. Li, Albert J. Menkveld, and Mark S. Seasholes
4.11.2013David A. ChapmanBoston College, Carroll School of ManagementHousehold consumption and portfolio choice in response to social security policy risk
28.10.2013Andrey Malenko
MIT, Sloan School of Management
Means of payment and timing of mergers and acquisitions in a dynamic economy, joint with Alexander Gorbenko
7.10.2013Lars NordenErasmus University, Rotterdam School of ManagementThe benefits of relationship lending in a cross-country context: A meta-analysis, joint with Vlado Kysucky
30.9.2013Hendrik BessembinderUniversity of Utah, David Eccles School of BusinessPredicting corporate distributions, joint with Feng Zhang
16.9.2013Jonathan BerkStanford University, Graduate School of BusinessMeasuring skill in the mutual fund industry, joint with Jules van Binsbergen
9.9.2013Gustavo GrullonRice University, Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of BusinessDownside risk and the design of CEO incentives: Evidence from a natural experiment, joint with David De Angelis and Sébastien Michenaud
3.6.2013Manju PuriDuke Univerisity, Fuque School of BusinessDo depositors monitor banks?, joint with Rajkamal Iyer and Nicholas Ryan
27.5.2013Hans HvideUniversity of BergenSocial interaction at work: Common stock investments, joint with Per Östberg
20.5.2013Abraham RavidYeshiva University, Syms School of BusinessIntellectual property contracts: Theory and evidence from screenplay sales, joint with Milton Harris, Ronald Sverdlove, and Suman Basuroy
8.5.2013Daniel ParavisiniLondon School of EconomicsThe information and agency effects of scores: Randomized evidence from credit committees, joint with Antoinette Schoar
22.4.2013Joel HasbrouckNYU Stern School of BusinessHigh frequency quoting: Short-term volatility in bids and offers
15.4.2013Pierre Collin-DufresneColumbia University, Graduate School of BusinessInsider trading, stochastic liquidity and equilibrium prices, joint with Vyacheslav Fos
8.4.2013Ji-Chai Linn
Lousiana State University
What do stock price levels tell us about the firms?, joint with Konan Chan, Fengfei Li, and Tse-Chun Lin
25.3.2013Peter Cziraki
University of TorontoCEO horizon and insider trading, joint with Moqi Xu
18.3.2013Kelly ShueUniversity of Chicago, Booth School of BusinessSwinging for the fences: Executive reactions to quasi-random option grants, joint with Richard Townsend
4.3.2013Vikrant VigLondon Business SchoolCrony lending in social networks
10.1.2013Harley RyanGeorgia State UniversityFamily firms and top management compensation incentives, joint with Zhi Li and Lingling Wang
10.12.2012Kent DanielColumbia University, Graduate School of BusinessMomentum crashes, joint with Toby Moskowitz
26.11.2012Zhiguo HeUniversity of Chicago, Booth School of BusinessDebt and creative destruction: Why could subsidizing corporate debt be optimal?, joint with Gregor Matvos
21.11.2012Vikas AgarwalGeorgia State University, J. Mack Robinson College of BusinessMandatory portfolio disclosure and stock liquidity, joint with Kevin Mullally, Yuehua Tang, and Baozhong Yang
12.11.2012Konstantin MilbradtMIT, Sloan School of ManagementMaturity rationing and collective short-termism, joint with Martin Oehmke
5.11.2012Henrik CronqvistClaremont McKenna CollegeWhy do individuals exhibit investment biases?, joint with Stephan Siegel
29.10.2012Ron KanielUniversity of Rochester, Simon School of BusinessThe delegated Lucas tree, joint with Péter Kondor
22.10.2012Tim JohnsonUniversity of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignSystematic volatility of unpriced earnings shocks, joint with Jaehoon Lee
8.10.2012Laurent FrésardUniversity of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of BusinessLearning from peers’ stock prices and corporate investment, joint with Thierry Foucault
24.9.2012Steven OngenaTilburg UniversityCollateralization, bank loan rates and monitoring: Evidence from a natural experiment, joint with Geraldo Cerqueiro and Kasper Roszbach
17.9.2012Motohiro YogoFederal Reserve Bank of MinneapolisThe cost of financial frictions for life insurers, joint with Ralph Koijen
10.9.2012Shlomo BenartziUCLA Anderson School of ManagementBehavioral finance 2.0 and the retirement journey
28.5.2012Kevin MurphyUniversity of Southern California, Marshall School of BusinessSection 5 from Executive compensation: Where we are and how we got there
21.5.2012David Yermack
New York University, Stern School of Business
Tailspotting: How disclosure, stock prices and volatility change when CEOs fly to their vacation homes
14.5.2012Craig LewisVanderbilt University and SECConvertibles and hedge funds as distributors of equity exposure, joint with Stephen J. Brown, Bruce D. Grundy, and Patrick Verwijmeren
7.5.2012Laura Starks
University of Texas at Austin, McCombs School of Business
Defined contribution pension plans: Sticky or discerning money?, joint with Clemens Sialm and Hanjiang Zhang
23.4.2012Söhnke BartramWarwick UniversityPost-retirement benefit plans, leverage, and real investment
Michael Faulkender

University of Maryland, RH Smith School of Business
Investment and capital constraints: Repatriations under the American Jobs Creation Act, joint with Mitchell Petersen
2.4.2012Abe de JongErasmus University, Rotterdam School of ManagementThe formative years of the first modern corporation: The Dutch East India Company, 1602-1623, joint with Oscar Gelderblom and Joost Jonker
26.3.2012Christophe SpaenjersHEC ParisBuying beauty: On prices and returns in the art market, joint with Luc Renneboog
19.3.2012Thierry FoucaultHEC ParisIlliquidity contagion and liquidity crashes, joint with Giovanni Cespa
12.3.2012Robert MarquezBoston University School of ManagementPrivate equity fund returns and performance persistence, joint with Vikram Nanda and M. Deniz Yavuz
28.11.2011Mike BurkartStockholm School of EconomicsSmart buyers, joint with Samuel Lee
21.11.2011Jussi KeppoUniversity of MichiganWhat is the true cost of active management? A comparison of hedge funds and mutual funds, joint with Antti Petäjistö
14.11.2011Rüdiger FahlenbrachSwiss Finance Institute, EPFLThis time is the same: Using bank performance in 1998 to explain bank performance during the recent financial crisis, joint with Robert Prilmeier and René M. Stulz
17.10.2011Samuli KnüpferLondon Business SchoolIQ and mutual fund choice, joint with Mark Grinblatt, Seppo Ikäheimo, and Matti Keloharju
10.10.2011Dong LouLondon School of EconomicsAttracting investor attention through advertising
3.10.2011Lukas SchmidDuke University, Fuqua School of BusinessInvestment-based corporate bond pricing, joint with Lars-Alexander Kuehn
21.9.2011George PennacchiUniversity of IllinoisA structural model of contingent bank capital
19.9.2011Scott WeisbennerUniversity of IllinoisWhy I lost my secretary: The effect of endowment shocks on university operations, joint with Jeffrey R. Brown, Stephen G. Dimmock, and Jun-Koo Kang
12.9.2011Paulo MaioHanken School of EconomicsThe time-series and cross-sectional consistency of the ICAPM, joint with Pedro Santa-Clara
22.8.2011Gordon PhillipsUniversity of Maryland, R.H. Smith School of BusinessConglomerate industry spanning, joint with Gerard Hoberg
9.6.2011Douglas Diamond
University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Illiquid banks, financial stability, and interest rate policy, joint with Raghuram Rajan
30.5.2011Clifford G. HoldernessBoston CollegeDo differences in legal protections explain differences in ownership concentration?
23.5.2011Tarun ChordiaEmory University, Goizueta Business SchoolTrends in the cross-section of expected stock returns, joint with Avanidhar Subrahmanyam and Qing Tong
9.5.2011Joshua PolletMichigan State UniversityAre credit default swaps a sideshow? Evidence that information flows from equity to CDS markets, joint with Jens Hilscher and Mungo Wilson
18.4.2011Evgeny LyandresBoston UniversityReal options, volatility, and stock returns, joint with Gustavo Grullon and Alexei Zhdanov
4.4.2011Martin RuckesUniversity of KarlsruheTime to wind down: Closing decisions and high water marks in hedge fund management contracts, joint with Margarita Sevostiyanova
21.3.2011Mark SeasholesHong Kong University of Science and TechnologyRisk sharing, costly participation, and monthly returns, joint with Terrence Hendershott, Sunny Li, and Albert Menkveld
14.3.2011Karin ThorburnNorwegian School of Economics and Business AdministrationPublic information and IPO underpricing, joint with Einar Bakke and Tore Leite
28.2.2011Simon GervaisDuke University, Fuqua School of BusinessLibertarian paternalism, information sharing, and financial decision-making, joint with Bruce Ian Carlin and Gustavo Manso
14.2.2011Oliver SpaltTilburg UniversityAcquisitions as lotteries: Do managerial gambling attitudes influence takeover decisions?, joint with Christoph Schneider
7.2.2011Jan EricssonMcGill UniversityThe cost and timing of financial distress, joint with Redouane Elkamhi and Christopher A. Parsons
29.11.2010Elias RantapuskaAalto UniversityDo environmental mood variables influence trading behavior?, joint with Markku Kaustia
15.11.2010Michael HaliassosGoethe University FrankfurtDifferences in portfolios across countries: Economic environment versus household characteristics, joint with Dimitris Christelis and Dimitris Georgarakos
8.11.2010Ulf AxelsonLondon School of EconomicsInvestment banking careers: An equilibrium theory of overpaid jobs, joint with Philip Bond
18.10.2010William KerrHarvard Business SchoolAgglomeration bubbles and cluster shapes, joint with Scott Duke Kominers
11.10.2010Claus MunkAarhus UniversityAsset allocation over the life cycle: How much do taxes matter?, joint with Holger Kraft and Marcel Marekwica
4.10.2010Ning ZhuShanghai Advanced Institute of Finance (SAIF) and UC DavisSecurity supply and bubbles: A natural experiment from the chinese warrants market, joint with Li Liao, Zhisheng Li, and Weiqiang Zhang
27.9.2010Juhani LinnainmaaUniversity of Chicago – Booth School of BusinessReverse survivorship bias
20.9.2010Paolo SodiniStockholm School of EconomicsTwin picks: Disentangling the determinants of risk-taking in household portfolios, joint with Laurent Calvet
6.9.2010Søren HvidkjærCopenhagen Business SchoolThe characteristics of informed trading: Implications for asset pricing, joint with Hadiye Aslan, David Easley, and Maureen O’Hara
31.5.2010Tarun RamadoraiSaïd Business School, Oxford UniversityInvestor interest and hedge fund returns
24.5.2010Henri ServaesLondon Business SchoolHave rating agencies become more conservative?, joint with Ramin Baghai and Ane Tamayo
17.5.2010Reena AggarwalMcDonough School of Business, Georgetown UniversityDoes governance travel around the world? Evidence from institutional investors, joint with Isil Erel, Miguel Ferreira and Pedro Matos
10.5.2010David ThesmarHEC School of ManagementInvestor horizons and corporate policies, joint with François Derrien, Ambrus Keckés
3.5.2010M. Keith ChenYale School of ManagementReexamining choice-rationalization and cognitive dissonance: Do choices affect or reflect preferences?
12.4.2010Erkko EtulaFederal Reserve Bank of New YorkRisk Appetite and Exchange Rates, joint with Tobias Adrian and Hyun Song Shin
22.3.2010Markus GlaserUniversity of KonstanzOpening the black box: Internal capital markets and managerial power in conglomerates, joint with Florencio Lopez de Silanes and Zacharias Sautner
15.3.2010Robin Greenwood
Harvard Business School
Stock price fragility, joint with David Thesmar
8.3.2010Anders VilhelmssonLund UniversityThe pernicious effects of contaminated data in risk management, joint with Laurent Frésard and Christophe Pérignon
1.3.2010Barbara BukhvalovaNorwegian School of Management, BICostly investment decisions, mutual fund fees and diversification choices
15.2.2010Peter MacKayHong Kong University of Science and TechnologyCorporate risk management: The hedging footprint, joint with Sara B. Moeller
8.2.2010Patrik SandåsUniversity of VirginiaThe role of mortgage brokers in the subprime crisis, joint with Antje Berndt and Burton Hollifield
1.2.2010Timo KorkeamäkiHanken School of EconomicsInstitutional investors and foreign exchange risk, joint with Danielle Xu
25.1.2010Matti SuominenAalto UniversityShort term reversals, returns to liquidity provision and the costs of immediacy, joint with Kalle Rinne
7.12.2009Ulrike MalmendierUniversity of California, BerkeleyManagerial beliefs and corporate financial policies, joint with Geoffrey Tate and Jon Yan
30.11.2009Augustin Landier
Toulouse School of Economics
The taxpayer burden of bank restructurings
16.11.2009David T. RobinsonDuke University, Fuqua School of BusinessThe Capital Structure Decisions of New Firms, joint with Alicia M. Robb
9.11.2009Øyvind NorliNorwegian School of ManagementLiquidity and shareholder activism, joint with Charlotte Ostergaard and Ibolya Schindele
2.11.2009Darius MillerSouthern Methodist UniversityDo country level investor protections impact security level contract design? Evidence from foreign bond covenants, joint with Natalia Reisel
26.10.2009Noah StoffmanKelley School of Business, Indiana UniversityWho trades with whom? Individuals, institutions, and returns
5.10.2009Jon DanielssonLondon School of EconomicsRisk appetite and endogenous risk, joint with Hyun Song Shin and Jean-Pierre Zigrand
28.9.2009Albert “Pete” KyleUniversity of MarylandMarket microstructure invariants, joint with Anna Obizhaeva
21.9.2009Belén VillalongaHarvard Business SchoolFamily Control of Firms and Industries, joint with Raphael Amit
14.9.2009Matti KeloharjuHelsinki School of EconomicsShareholders as customers: Evidence from brand-level microdata, joint with Samuli Knüpfer and Juhani Linnainmaa
7.9.2009Robert KosowskiImperial CollegeHedge fund predictability under the magnifying glass: Forecasting individual fund returns using multiple predictors, joint with Doron Avramov and Laurent Barras
24.8.2009Harrison HongPrinceton UniversityRed and blue investing: Values and finance, joint with Leonard Kostovetsky
3.6.2009Viral AcharyaStern School of Business, New York UniversityRegulating systemic risk
25.5.2009Antti PetäjistöYale School of ManagementShould benchmark indices have alpha? Revisiting Performance Evaluation, joint with Martijn Cremers and Eric Zitzewitz
18.5.2009Marko TerviöUniversity of California, BerkeleyExit options and dividend policy under liquidity constraints, joint with Pauli Murto
11.5.2009Harald HauINSEADGlobal versus local asset pricing: Evidence from arbitrage of the MSCI index change
4.5.2009Catherine CasamattaUniversity of Toulouse 1Fund managers’ contracts and short-termism, joint with Sébastien Pouget
27.4.2009Ludovic PhalippouUniversity of AmsterdamPrivate equity investments: Performance and diseconomies of scale, joint with Florencio Lopez-de-Silanes and Oliver Gottschalg
20.4.2009David ReebTemple UniversityFamily Preferences and Investment Policy: Evidence from Capital Expenditures and R&D Spending, joint with Ronald Anderson and Augustine Duru
6.4.2009Ulrich HegeHEC School of ManagementDebt and dividends in pyramidal Structures: Evidence from France, joint with Abe de Jong, Douglas V. DeJong, and Gerard Mertens
30.3.2009Peter ChristoffersenMcGill UniversityExploring Time-Varying Jump Intensities: Evidence from S&P500 Returns and Options, joint with Kris Jacobs and Chayawat Ornthanalai
23.3.2009Yrjö KoskinenBoston UniversityThe euro and corporate financing, joint with Arturo Bris and Mattias Nilsson
16.3.2009Jacques OlivierHEC School of ManagementTime varying incentives in the mutual fund industry, joint with Anthony Tay
9.3.2009Matti KeloharjuHelsinki School of EconomicsDo smart investors outperform dumb investors?, joint with Mark Grinblatt and Juhani Linnainmaa
2.3.2009Amit GoyalGoizueta Business School, Emory UniversityPerformance and persistence in institutional investment management, joint with Jeffrey Busse and Sunil Wahal
23.2.2009James ChoiYale School of ManagementCan psychological aggregation manipulations affect portfolio risk-taking? Evidence from a framed field experiment, joint with John Beshears, David Laibson, and Brigitte Madrian
Antonio Guarino
University College LondonNo-trade in the laboratory, joint with Marco Angrisani, Steffen Huck, and Nathan Larson
Avanidhar Subrahmanyam
UCLA Anderson School of ManagementOptions trading activity and firm valuation, joint with Richard Roll and Eduardo Schwartz
15.12.2008Stefano DellaVignaUniversity of California, BerkeleyCapital budgeting vs. market timing: An evaluation using demographics, joint with Joshua Pollet
01.12.2008Annette Vissing-JørgensenKellogg School of Management, Northwestern UniversityInformational hold-up and performance persistence in venture capital, joint with Yael V. Hochberg and Alexander Ljungqvist
24.11.2008Rui AlbuquerqueBoston UniversityAdvance information and asset prices, joint with Jianjun Miao
17.11.2008Petri JylhäHelsinki School of EconomicsArbitrage capital and currency carry trade returns, joint with Jussi-Pekka Lyytinen and Matti Suominen
10.11.2008William J. Wilhelm, Jr.University of Virginia – McIntire School of CommerceIndividual and Institutional Reputation, joint with Zhaohui Chen and Alan Morrison
03.11.2008Ingrid WernerOhio State UniversityWhen constraints bind, joint with Karl B. Diether
27.10.2008Kalok ChanThe Hong Kong University of Science and TechnologyStock price synchronicity and liquidity, joint with Allaudeen Hameed and Wenjin Kang
20.10.2008Peter NybergHanken School of Economics and GSFThe dynamic behavior of the idiosyncratic volatility discount: Aggregate idiosyncratic volatility and return reversals revisited
06.10.2008Bent Jesper ChristensenUniversity of AarhusThe role of implied volatility in forecasting future realized volatility and jumps in foreign exchange, stock, and bond markets, joint with Thomas Busch and Morten Ørregaard Nielsen
01.10.2008Jeff PontiffBoston CollegeHierarchies or markets? The survival of POWs during WWII, joint with Clifford Holderness
29.09.2008Stefan NagelStanford UniversityDepression babies: Do macroeconomic experiences affect risk-taking?, joint with Ulrike Malmendier
22.09.2008Florencio López-de-SilanesEDHEC Business SchoolTransparency and accountability, joint with Simeon Djankov, Rafael LaPorta, and Andrei Shleifer
15.09.2008Lauren H. Cohen
Harvard Business School

Hiring cheerleaders: Board appointments of independent directors, joint with Andrea Frazzini and Christopher Malloy
08.09.2008Mark FlanneryUniversity of FloridaFinancing major investments: Information about capital structure decisions, joint with Ralf Elsas and Jon A. Garfinkel
16.06.2008David YermackNYU Stern School of BusinessDeduction ad absurdum: CEOs donating their own stock to their own family foundations
09.06.2008William L. MegginsonUniversity of OklahomaArranger certification in project finance, joint with Stefano Gatti, Stefanie Kleimeier, and Alessandro Steffanoni
06.06.2008Chris LeachUniversity of Colorado at BoulderRelative gasoline prices: Octanes and arbitrage, joint with Frederic P. Sterbenz and Russ Wermers
26.05.2008Scott DuellmanBinghamton UniversityAuditor competition and auditor independence: The quality of financial statements, joint with David G. Harris
12.05.2008Bo BeckerUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignReputation and competition: Evidence from the credit rating industry, joint with Todd Milbourn
05.05.2008Jay Ritter
University of Florida

The marketing of seasoned equity offerings, joint with Xiaohui Gao
28.04.2008Nicolae GârleanuUC Berkeley, Haas School of BusinessYoung, old, conservative and bold: The implications of heterogeneity and finite lives for asset pricing, joint with Stavros Panageas
21.04.2008Raghavendra Rau
Krannert Graduate School of Management, Purdue University
Is there life after the end of analyst coverage?, joint with Ajay Khorana and Simona Mola
14.04.2008Morten BennedsenCopenhagen Business SchoolDo CEOs matter?, joint with Francisco Pérez-González and Daniel Wolfenzon
07.04.2008Samuli KnüpferHelsinki School of EconomicsDo investors learn from their neighbors’ stock market experience?, joint with Markku Kaustia
10.03.2008Tim Jenkinson
Saïd Business School, Oxford University
Do investors value high levels of regulation?, joint with Tarun Ramadorai
07.03.2008Massimo Massa
The role of debt imbalance on stocks and bonds, joint with Lei Zhang
03.03.2008Peter NybergSwedish School of Economics and Business Administration and GSFA new value-weighted total return index for the Finnish stock market 1912-1969, joint with Mika Vaihekoski
25.02.2008Vesa PuttonenHelsinki School of EconomicsStock characteristics and financial advisers’ labile preferences, joint with Markku Kaustia and Heidi Laukkanen
11.02.2008Avanidhar SubrahmanyamUCLA Anderson School of ManagementThe term structure of bond market liquidity, joint with Ruslan Goyenko and Andrey Ukhov
04.02.2008Anders LöflundSwedish School of Economics and Business AdministrationInternational bond diversification strategies; the impact of currency, country and credit risk, joint with Mats Hansson and Eva Liljeblom
28.01.2008Laurent Calvet
Imperial College London and HEC-Paris
Fight or flight? Portfolio rebalancing by individual investors, joint with John Y. Campbell and Paolo Sodini
21.01.2008Nuno Fernandes
Universidade Catolica Portuguesa
The evolution of earnings management and firm valuation: A cross-country analysis, joint with Miguel A. Ferreira
14.01.2008Alexander WagnerUniversity of ZurichThe executive turnover risk premium, joint with Florian S. Peters
03.12.2007Timo KorkeamäkiGonzaga University, School of Business AdministrationThe effects of the euro on interest rate sensitivity
26.11.2007Matti SuominenHelsinki School of EconomicsValue uncertainty, price impact and the choice of the equity issuing method, joint with Kalle Rinne
19.11.2007Tommi A. VuorenmaaUniversity of Helsinki, RUESG and HECERDecimalization, realized volatility, and market microstructure noise
12.11.2007Esa JokivuolleBank of FinlandPortfolio effects and efficiency of lending under Basel II, joint with Timo Vesala
05.11.2007Javier EstradaIESE Business SchoolFundamental indexation and international diversification
29.10.2007Jeffrey WurglerNYU SternComovement and copredictability of bonds and the cross-section of stocks, joint with Malcolm Baker
22.10.2007Martin RuckesUniversity of KarlsruheA dynamic analysis of growth via acquisition, joint with Worawat Margsiri and Antonio S. Mello
08.10.2007Ernst MaugUniversity of MannheimWhy votes have a value, joint with Ingolf Dittman, Dorothea Kübler, and Lydia Mechtenberg
01.10.2007Christopher PolkLondon School of EconomicsGrowth or glamour? Fundamentals and systematic risk in stock returns, joint with John Y. Campbell and Tuomo Vuolteenaho
24.09.2007Kjell Nyborg
Norwegian School of Economics and Business Adminstration, NHH
Advantages to size in banking: The price and management of reserves, joint with Falko Fecht and Jörg Rocholl
17.09.2007Joni KokkonenHelsinki School of EconomicsInternational asset allocation under generalized disappointment aversion and markov switching
10.09.2007Malcolm BakerHarvard Business SchoolCatering through nominal share prices
03.09.2007B. Espen EckboTuck School of Business at Dartmouth HanoverAutomatic bankruptcy auctions and fire-sales, joint with Karin S. Thorburn
20.08.2007Vidhan GoyaHKUST Business SchoolCorporate leverage: How much do managers really matter?
28.05.2007Denis Gromb
London Business School
Financially Constrained Arbitrage and Cross-Market Contagion, joint with Dimitri Vayanos
21.05.2007Richard E. KihlstromWharton, University of PennsylvaniaRisk Aversion and the Elasticity of Substitution in General Dynamic Portfolio Theory: Consistent Planning by Forward Looking, Expected Utility Maximizing Investors
16.05.2007Mike BurkartStockholm School of EconomicsSecurity-Voting Structure and Bidder Screening, joint with Christian At and Samuel Lee
14.05.2007Sergei GurievNew Economic School, MoscowImperfect competition in financial markets and capital structure, joint with Dmitriy Kvasov
07.05.2007Ron KanielDuke University, Fuqua School of BusinessPrice drift as an outcome of differences in higher order beliefs, joint with Snehal Banerjee and Ilan Kremer
16.04.2007Per StrömbergSwedish Institute for Financial ResearchWhy are Buyouts Levered? The Financial Structure of Private Equity Funds, joint with Ulf Axelson and Michael S. Weisbach
02.04.2007Steven OngenaCentER-Tilburg UniversityTime for a Change: Loan Conditions and Bank Behavior When Firms Switch, co-authored with Vasso Ioannidou
27.03.2007Sheraz AhmedSwedish School of Economics and Business AdministrationOwnership Structure and Earnings Management in Russian Listed Companies
26.03.2007Darius Palia
Rutgers Business School
Does Better Corporate Governance Cause Better Firm Performance? co-authored with N.K. Chidambaran and Yudan Zheng
19.03.2007Dimitri VayanosLondon School of EconomicsA Preferred-Habitat Model of the Term Structure of Interest Rates, co-authored with Jean-Luc Vila
12.03.2007Yrjö Koskinen
Boston University, School of Management
Market Conditions and Venture Capitalist Experience in Start-up Financing, co-authored with Michael Rebello and Jun Wang
05.03.2007Juha JoenvääräUniversity of Oulu and GSFEnhanced Hedge Fund Indexation with Parametric Weights
26.02.2007Katja AhoniemiHelsinki School of Economics and FDPEMultiplicative Models for Implied Volatility
19.02.2007Samuli KnüpferHelsinki School of EconomicsCommunity Spirit and Home Bias
12.02.2007Peter NybergSwedish School of Economics and Business Administration and GSFVolatility risk premium, risk aversion and the cross-section of stock returns
05.02.2007Benjamin MaurySwedish School of Economics and Business AdministrationDo family firms avoid risk-taking? Some evidence from diversification and capital structure in Western European firms, joint with Anders Löflund
29.01.2007Markku KaustiaHelsinki School of EconomicsMood variables and trading behavior
22.01.2007Arnoud W.A.BootUniversity of AmsterdamCompetition and Entry in Banking: Implications for Capital Regulation, joint with Matej Marin
11.12.2006Tuomas TakaloBank of FinlandEntrepreneurship, Financiership, and Selection, joint with Otto Toivanen
13.11.2006Annika SandströmSwedish School of Economics and Business AdministrationFirm default probability and political risk – exploring export credits to high-risk countries
30.10.2006Stefano RossiStockholm School of EconomicsOptimal Resolutions of Financial Distress by Contract joint with Nicola Gennaioli
23.10.2006Eva LiljeblomSwedish School of Economics and Business AdministrationOwners’ way or the highway: Short-term expectations and owner impatience, koint with Mika Vaihekoski
16.10.2006Markku LanneUniversity of JyväskyläForecasting realized volatility by decomposition
09.10.2006Anete PajusteRTU Riga Business SchoolDeterminants and consequences of the unification of dual-class shares
02.10.2006Benjamin MaurySwedish School of Economics and Business AdministrationOligarchs, institutional change, and firm valuation: Russian evidence, joint with Eva Liljeblom
25.09.2006Peter SwanUniversity of New South WalesLeading the Herd to Greener Pastures: When Trade Imitation is the Most “Profitable Form of Flattery, joint with Kingsley Fong, David R. Gallagher, and Peter Gardner
18.09.2006Valeri VoevUniversity of KonstanzPanel Intensity Models with Latent Factors, joint with Igmar Nolte
11.09.2006Paolo VolpinLondon Business SchoolLobbying on Entry, joint with Enrico Perotti
22.05.2006Eirik KristiansenNHH, BergenCommunication of Soft Information to Investors: Credibility and Reputation, joint with Jay Pil Choi and Jae Nahm
18.05.2006Antti PetäjistöYale School of ManagementActive and Passive Positions by Mutual Funds, joint with Martijn Cremers
15.05.2006Arto ThurlinSwedish School of Economics and Business AdministrationPrice discovery for European and U.S. cross-listed stocks
08.05.2006Markku KaustiaHelsinki School of EconomicsOwnership society? Evidence on Investors as Voters, joint with Sami Torstila
24.04.2006Timo VesalaBank of FinlandAdverse selection, differentiation and customer poaching in bank lending, joint with Ville Mälkönen
03.04.2006Ian MarshCass Business SchoolBank behaviour with access to credit derivatives markets, joint with B. Goderis, J. Vall Castello and W. Wagner
27.03.2006Yossi SpiegelTel Aviv UniversityPartial cross ownership and tacit collusion, joint with David Gilo and Yossi Moshe
20.03.2006Vesa KanniainenUniversity of HelsinkiCorporate Social Resposibility: Can Markets Control?, joint with Elise Pietarila
13.03.2006Huang ChunyangHelsinki School of EconomicsRelated-Party Transactions Following Reverse Mergers on the Shenzhen Security Exchange
06.03.2006Magnus DahlquistStockholm School of EconomicsDirect Evidence on Dividend Tax Clienteles
27.02.2006Alexei GoriaevNew Economic SchoolIs Political Risk Company-Specific?The Market Side of the Yukos Affair, joint with Konstantin Sonin
20.02.2006Mariassunta GiannettiStockholm School of Economics & SITESerial CEOs’ Incentives and the Shape of Managerial Contracts
13.02.2006Paolo VolpinLondon Business SchoolShareholder Protection, Stock Market Development, and Politics, joint with Marco Pagano
06.02.2006Gilles HilaryHong Kong University of Science and TechnologyLabor Strength and Informational Asymmetry in Financial Markets
30.01.2006Sami VähämaaUniversity of VaasaCentral Bank Interventions and Implied Exchange Rate Correlations
23.01.2006Annalisa LuporiniUniversity of FlorenceOwnership Concentration, Monitoring and Optimal Board Structure joint with Clara Graziano
16.01.2006Petri KyröläinenUniversity of OuluDoes day trading affect stockprice volatility?
12.12.2005Markku KaustiaHelsinki School of EconomicsDo investors learn from personal experience?, joint with Samuli Knüpfer
28.11.2005Jan HanousekCERGE-EIRent Extraction by Large Shareholders – Evidence Using Dividend Policy in the Czech Republic
21.11.2005Erkki NikoskelainenSwedish School of Economics and Business Administration and GSFLBO valuation and the pricing difference between financial and strategic acquirers
14.11.2005Atso AndersenLTT-ResearchPricing of Stock Exchange Trading – The Role of Network Externalities
07.11.2005Martin HolménUppsala UniversityFamily Ownership and the Cost of Under Diversification, joint with Richard Heaney
31.10.2005Esko ValkeilaHelsinki University of TechnologyAsymmetric information in pricing models
24.10.2005Tom BerglundSwedish School of Economics and Business AdministrationForeign investors’ reactions to profitability changes, joint with Joakim Westerholm
17.10.2005Mika VaihekoskiLappeenranta University of TechnologyWhat is appropriate wage discount for tenure?
10.10.2005Claus MunkUniversity of Southern DenmarkDynamic Asset Allocation with Stochastic Income and Interest Rates, joint with Carsten Sørensen
03.10.2005Jozsef MolnarUniversity of ToulousePreemptive Horizontal Mergers. Theory and Evidence
26.09.2005David YermackNYU, Stern School of BusinessPay Me Later: Inside Debt and Its Role in Managerial Compensation joint with Rangarajan K. Sundaram
19.09.2005Elias RantapuskaHelsinki School of Economics and GSFTaking up or taken in? Irrational behavior in rights issues
12.09.2005Mike BurkartStockholm School of Economics, CEPR, FMG and ECGIMinority Blocks and Takeover Premia, joint with Denis Gromb and Fausto Panunzi
23.05.2005Stavros PanageasWharton, University of PennsylvaniaSaving and Investing for Early Retirement: A Theoretical Analysis
16.05.2005David StolinToulouse Business SchoolWhich money is smart? Mutual fund buys and sells of individual and institutional investors
09.05.2005Samuli KnüpferHelsinki School of EconomicsDistribution channels and IPO participation
02.05.2005Kristian RydqvistBinghampton UniversityDo Shareholders Vote Strategically? Evidence on the Advisory Role of Annual General Meetings
25.04.2005Martin WeberUniversity of MannheimStock Options and Employee Behavior
18.04.2005Matti SuominenHelsinki School of EconomicsDoes Bad Corporate Governance Lead to Too Little Competition?
11.04.2005Juhani LinnainmaaUCLA, Anderson School of ManagementRationally Irrational? Learning and Short-Sale Restrictions in Dynamic Portfolio Decisions
04.04.2005Harri ToivonenHelsinki School of EconomicsPricing Quanto Commodity Swaptions
21.03.2005Daniel FerreiraSITE, Stockholm School of EconomicsOwnership Structure and the Market for Corporate Control
14.03.2005Paul SengmullerDe Nederlandsche Bank and University of AmsterdamComovement and Returns
07.03.2005Panu KalmiHelsinki School of EconomicsOn the Relationship Between Stock Option Compensation and Equity Values
28.02.2005Elias RantapuskaHelsinki School of EconomicsConsume dividends and never touch the capital―unless somebody else touches first
23.02.2005Joakim WesterholmUniversity of SydneyThe Impact of Architectural Features on Global Equity Market Performance: Why Opacity is Harmful for Trading Success
21.02.2005Mika VaihekoskiLappeenranta University of TechnologyInternational Asset Pricing Models and Currency Risk: Evidence from Finland 1970-2004
14.02.2005Jouko Ylä-LiedenpohjaUniversity of TampereThe Start-Up and Growth Stages in Enterprise Formation: The New View of Dividend Taxation Reconsidered
31.01.2005Tuomas TakaloBank of Finland and University of ToulouseFinancial Effects of Investor Protection Reforms in Finland
24.01.2005Petra ThorenSwedish School of Economics and Business AdministrationShare price reaction to board changes
17.01.2005Bernt Arne OdegaardNorwegian School of ManagementOwnership duration, monitoring quality, and myopic firms
13.12.2004Markku MaulaHelsinki University of TechnologyWhat drives micro-angel investments? An examination of the determinants of family and non-family investments
29.11.2004Vesa PuttonenHelsinki School of EconomicsInnovative mutual fund pricing
15.11.2004Helena HolopainenUniversity of HelsinkiBiased owners and the choice of business strategy
08.11.2004Ari HyytinenETLAMandatory auditor choice and small firm finance: Evidence from Finland
01.11.2004Erkki NikoskelainenSwedish School of Economics and Business AdministrationThe impact of corporate governance mechanisms on equity return in leveraged buyouts
25.10.2004Renee AdamsStockholm School of EconomicsDo directors perform for pay?
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