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    • Are Financial Constraints Priced? Evidence from Firm Fundamentals and Stock Returns 

      Campello, Murillo; Chen, Long (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010-09)
      Using comprehensive firm- and aggregate-level data, this paper studies the real and financial implications of capital market imperfections. We first examine whether financially constrained firms' business fundamentals ...
    • Closing and cloning in open-end mutual funds 

      Chen, Hsiu-Lang; Gao, Sheldon; Hu, Xiaoqing (Elsevier, 2012-04)
      Using a unique dataset, we document that only those closed funds for which no new fund is subsequently launched continuously deliver positive abnormal returns. This suggests the existence of an optimal fund scale. In spite ...
    • Cross-Border Alliances and Risk Management 

      Bodnaruk A; Manconi A; Massa M (Elsevier, 2016-05)
      We study U.S. firms’ foreign expansion choices, and investigate alliances as risk management devices used to mitigate partner risk. Firms venturing abroad are constrained by the availability of potential partners. One set ...
    • The Effects of the Bosman Ruling on National and Club Teams in Europe 

      Binder, John J.; Findlay, Murray (SAGE Publications, 2012-04)
      The Bosman ruling and its aftermath allowed soccer players to move more freely between clubs in Europe. This study examines the performance of national and club teams in Europe before and after Bosman. Some national teams ...
    • Family ownership, country governance, and foreign portfolio investment 

      Bodnaruk, A.; Massa, M; Yadav, V. (Elsevier, 2017-03)
      We study how different dimensions of family ownership combine to make family firms around the world appealing to foreign investors. Family firms provide the benefits of political connections, but at the same time they ...
    • Headline Salience, Managerial Opportunism, and Over- and Underreactions to Earnings 

      Huang, Xuan; Nekrasov, Alex; Hong Teoh, Siew (American Accounting Association, 2017-12)
      Limited attention theory predicts that higher salience of earnings news implies a stronger immediate market reaction to earnings news and a weaker post-earnings announcement drift (PEAD) or reversal (PEAR). Using a new ...
    • Information Diffusion of Upstream and Downstream Industry-wide Earnings Surprises and Its Implications 

      Chen, Hsiu-Lang (Springer Verlag, 2017-05-24)
      This study presents new evidence that industry-wide earnings surprises indeed diffuse gradually across the supply chain at both industry and individual-firm levels. This evidence provides fundamental support for studies ...
    • Modeling Trade Direction 

      Rosenthal, Dale W. R. (Oxford University Press, 2008-08)
      I propose a modeling approach to classifying trades as buys or sells. Modeled classifications consider information strengths, microstructure effects, and classification correlations. I also propose estimators for quotes ...
    • The Transportation Revolution and Antebellum Sectional Disagreement 

      Binder, John J. (Duke University Press, 2011-03)
      The transportation revolution had several important effects on the antebellum political equilibrium. First, it caused western and southern political views to differ by bringing more easterners and European immigrants into ...
    • Valuation Implications of Unconditional Accounting Conservatism: Evidence from Analysts’ Target Prices 

      Kim, Jae B.; Nekrasov, Alexander; Shroff, Pervin K.; Simon, Andreas (Canadian Academic Accounting Association, 2018-10-26)
      We examine whether financial analysts understand the valuation implications of unconditional accounting conservatism when forecasting target prices. While accounting conservatism affects reported earnings, conservatism per ...