Corporate Finance Paper Authors

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A Noisy Rational Expectations Equilibrium for Multi-Asset Securities MarketsEconometrica 1985
IPO Market TimingRFS 2005
The Manipulation of Closing PricesJFM 2004
Credit Ratings and Stock LiquidityRFS 2006
Stock Price Volatility in a Mulitple Security Overlapping Generations ModelRFS 1998 dividend supply
Order Submission Strategies, Liquidity Supply, and Trading in Pennies on the New York Stock ExchangeJFM 2003
Predatory TradingJF 2005
Pseudo Market Timing and the Long-Run Underperformance of IPOsJF 2003
Optimal Design of Securities Under Asymmetric InformationRFS 1994
Investor Activism and Financial Market StructureRFS 2002
Risk, Reputation, and IPO Price SupportJF 2006
How Active is Your Fund Manager? A New Measure that Predicts PerformanceRFS 2009
Information Linkages and Correlated TradingRFS 2010
The Optimal Concentration of Creditors2005 JF
Tunnel-Proofing the Executive Suite: Transparency, Temptation, and the Design of Executive CompensationRFS 2009
A Comparison of Financial Recontracting in Distressed Exchanges and Chapter 11 ReorganizationsJFE 1994
“Does the Bond Market Predict Bankruptcy Settlements?JF 1992 ASCAR
Value Creating Stock Manipulation: Feedback Effect of Stock Prices on Firm ValueJFM 2004
Price Formation and Market Quality When the Number and Presence of Insiders is UnknownRFS 2002
Oligopoly and Financial Structure: The Limited Liability EffectAER 1986
Unobserved Actions of Mutual FundsRFS 2008
Mutual Fund Risk and Market Share Adjusted Fund FlowsWorking Paper
“An Examination of Changes in Specialists‟ Posted Price SchedulesRFS 2001
A Theory of the Distribution of Underpriced Initial Public Offers by Investment BanksJEMS 1993
Wealth Destruction on a Massive Scale? A Study of Acquiring-Firm Returns in the Recent Merger WaveJF 2005
Trading Volume, Information Asymmetry, and Timing InformationJF 2005
Paper NameAuthorNotes
The Entrepreneur‟s Choice Between Private and Public OwnershipJF 2006
Incentives and Mutual Fund Performance: Higher Performance or Just Higher Risk Taking?RFS 2009
Auctions vs. Bookbuilding and the Control of Underpricing in Hot IPO MarketsRFS 2003
Good IPOs Draw in Bad: Inelastic Banking Capacity and Hot MarketsRFS 2008
On Intraday Risk PremiaJF 1995
Is Default Event Risk Priced in Corporate Bonds?RFS 2005
Permanent vs Temporary Shocks: Explaining Corporate Financial PoliciesRFS 2010
How Does Industry Affect Firm Financial StructureRFS 2005
Motivating Entrepreneurial Activity in a FirmRFS 2009
Dynamic Competition, Innovation and Strategic FinancingWorking Paper
The Value of the Specialist: Empirical Evidence from the CBOEJFM 2006
IPO Underpricing and After-Market LiquidityRFS 2006
Insiders, Outsiders, and Market BreakdownsRFS 1991
Optimal Contracts and Competitive Markets with Costly State VerificationJET 1979
Information Dissemination by Insiders in EquilibriumJFM 2003
Loan Sales and the Cost of Corporate Borrowing2006 RFS
The Components of the Bid-ask Spread: A General ApproachRFS 1997
Liquidity, Investment Ability, and Mutual Fund Structure,JFE 2000
“The Role of IPO Underwriting Syndicates: Pricing, Information Production, and Underwriter CompetitionJF 2005
The Myth of Diffuse Ownership in the United StatesRFS 2009
Corporate Debt Value, Bond Covenants and Optimal Capital Structure1994 JF
Can Managers Forecast Aggregate Market Returns?JF 2005
“Long-run Performance After Stock Splits: 1927-1996JF 2003
Technological Innovation and Initial Public OfferingsRFS 2001
Bankruptcy Codes and InnovationRFS 2009
Career Concerns and Resource Allocation in ConglomeratesRFS 2004

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