Financial Management Recently Published Issues

Current Issue: Spring 2019 (Volume 48, Issue 1)

  • "Does Firing a CEO Pay Off?" by George Alexandridis, John A. Doukas, and Christos P. Mavis
  • "When and Why Do Takeovers Lead to Fraud?" by Hee Sub Byun, Woojin Kim, Eun Jung Lee, and Kyung Suh Park
  • "Jockeying for Position in CEO Letters: Impression Management and Sentiment Analytics" by Kris Boudt and James Thewissen
  • "Will Money Talk? Firm Bribery and Credit Access" by Shusen Qi and Steven Ongena
  • "Allocation to Anchor Investors, Underpricing, and the After-Market Performance of IPOs" by Rama Seth, S. R. Vishwanatha, and Durga Prasad
  • "Short Interest and Lottery Stocks" by Kelley Bergsma and Jitendra Tayal
  • "Measuring Sovereign Risks: Are CDS Spreads Better Than Sovereign Credit Ratings?" by Ivan M. Rodriguez, Krishnan Dandapani, and Edward R. Lawrence
  • "Does Noninformative Text Affect Investor Behavior?" by Alyssa G. Anderson and Yelena Larkin
  • "Initial Offer Precision and M&A Outcomes" by Petri Hukkanen and Matti Keloharju
  • "Informed Trading of Mutual Funds: Evidence from Fund-Underwriter Relationships" by Hyoseok (David) Hwang

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Do Managers Have Style? curated by Antoinette Schoar - Recently Released!

The idea that leadership matters for organizations could be as old as organized society itself. Alexander the Great, King of Macedonia, famously said, “I am not afraid of an army of lions led by a sheep; I am afraid of an army of sheep led by a lion.” Written more than 3000 years ago this quote foreshadows two major themes that have proven to be very important for the research on corporate leadership and the market for CEO talent. The first theme focuses on the significant differences in management abilities and management styles across CEOs and top managers. Related to this research agenda is the quest to understand where these differences in styles (or the “lions” versus the “sheep”) come from and how they are formed. The second theme emphasizes how managers translate and implement their specific styles in large corporations, and what are the corporate levers through which these decisions get implemented within the firm. Click here to read the full issue.

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