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Current Issue: Summer 2019 (Volume 48, Issue 2)

  • "Identifying and Treating Outliers in Finance" by John Adams, Darren Hayunga, Sattar Mansi, David Reeb, Vincenzo Verardi
  • "Instrumental Variables Analysis and the Role of National Culture in Corporate Finance" by Robert Nash and Ajay Patel
  • "The CDS-bond Basis" by Jennie Bai and Pierre Collin-Dufresne
  • "Are Specialists 'Special'?" by Daniel Fricke
  • "Policy Uncertainty and the Dual Role of Corporate Political Strategies" by Jung Chul Park, Christos Pantzalis, Incheol Kim, Chansog Kim
  • "Expected vs. Ex-post Profitability in the Cross-section of Industry Return" by Andrew Detzel, Philipp Schaberl, Jack Strauss
  • "What are Boards for? Evidence from Closely Held Firms in Colombia" by Belén Villalonga, María-Andrea Trujillo, Alexander Guzmán, Neila Cácares
  • "Do Business Borrowers Benefit from Bank Bailouts? The Effect of TARP on Loan Contract Terms" by Allen Berger, Tanakorn Makaew, Raluca Roman
  • "Do Proprietary Algorithmic Traders Withdraw Liquidity During Market Stress?" by Ashok Banerjee and Samarpan Nawn
  • "Financing Need and the Choice Between Asset Sales and Security Issuances" by Chintal Desai and Manu Gupta

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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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