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Our faculty members, equipped with strong academic and professional backgrounds, are engaged in pioneering research and contribute to the development of our theme areas.  Read their working and published papers below.

Finance

Reena Aggarwal - Professor of Business Administration and Finance

  • Influence of Public Opinion on Investor Voting and Proxy Advisors? [more]
  • Fraud, Market Reaction, and Role of Institutional Investors in Chinese Listed Firms [more]
  • Economic Consequences of Corporate Governance Mandates for Poorly Governed Firms [more]
  • The Role of Institutional Investors in Voting: Evidence from the Securities Lending Market [more]
  • The Growth of Global ETFs and Regulatory Challenges [more]

James Angel - Associate Professor

  • Investigating El Niño‐Southern Oscillation and Society Relationships [more]
  • When Finance Meets Physics: The Impact of the Speed of Light on Financial Markets and Their Regulation [more]
  • The Ethics of Payments: Paper, Plastic or Bitcoin? [more]
  • When Finance Meets Physics: The Impact of the Speed of Light on Financial Markets and Their Regulation [more]

Turin Bali - Robert S. Parker Chair Professor of Business Administration

  • Analyst Price Target Expected Returns and Option Implied Risk [more]
  • Betting Against Beta or Demand for Lottery [more]
  • Macroeconomic Uncertainty and Expected Stock Returns [more]
  • Tail Thickness in Stock Return Distributions: A Market Microstructure Explanation [more]
  • The Join Cross Sections of Stocks and Options [more]
  • Macroeconomic Risk and Hedge Fund Returns [more]
  • Hybrid Tail Risk and Expected Stock Returns: When Does the Tail Wag the Dog? [more]
  • Option Implied Volatility, Skewness, and Kurtosis and the Cross-Section of Expected Stock Returns [more]
  • Risk, Uncertainty, and Expected Returns [more]
  • The Conditional CAPM Explains the Value Premium [more]
  • Systematic and Idiosyncratic Risk in the Cross-Section of Price Target Expected Returns [more]
  • Dynamic Conditional Beta is Alive and Well in the Cross-Section of Daily Stock Returns (with Robert F. Engle and Yi Tang) [more]
  • Liquidity Shocks and Stock Market Reactions [more]
  • Do Hedge Funds Outperform Stocks & Bonds? [more]
  • A New Approach to Measuring Riskiness in the Equity Market: Implications for the Risk Premium [more]
  • Investing in Stock Market Anomalies [more]
  • Implied Volatility Spreads and Expected Market Returns [more]
  • A New Approach to Measuring Riskiness in the Equity Market: Implications for the Risk Premium [more]
  • Does Risk-Neutral Skewness Predict the Cross-Section of Equity Option Portfolios Returns? [more]
  • Implied Volatility Spreads and Expected Market Returns [more]
  • Investing in Stock Market Anomalies [more]

George Comer - Associate Professor

  • International Mutual Funds: MSCI Benchmarks and Portfolio Evaluation [more]

Sandeep Dahiya - Associate Professor

  • A Theoretical Framework for Evaluating Debtor-in-Possession Financing [more]
  • The Role of Private Equity Investments in Public Companies: International Evidence [more]
  • Do Shareholder RIghts Affect Syndicate Structure? Evidence From a Natural Experiment [more]
  • Firm Opacity Lies in the Eye of the Beholder [more]

Lee Pinkowitz - Associate Professor

  • Revenue Adequacy: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly [more]
  • Do U.S. Firms Hold More Cash? [more]
  • Is there a U.S. High Cash Holdings Puzzle After the Financial Crisis? [more]
  • Multinationals and the High Cash Holdings Puzzle [more]

Rohan Williamson - Professor; Stallkamp Research Fellow

  • Do U.S. Firms Hold More Cash? [more]
  • Can Firms Loosen Financial Constraints? [more]
  • Is there a U.S. High Cash Holdings Puzzle After the Financial Crisis? [more]
  • Financing Constraints and Acquisitions [more]
  • Multinationals and the High Cash Holdings Puzzle [more]

Jie Yang - Assistant Professor

  • Patent Litigation and Shareholder Value: The Impact of Defendant Cash Holdings [more]
  • Options, Risks, and the Value of Financial Flexibility: Implications for Finance Constraints [more]
  • Can Firms Loosen Financial Constraints? [more]
  • Financing Constraints and Acquisitions [more]
  • The Impact of Financing Constraints on Capital Structure [more]
  • Firm Performance and Changes in Institutional Ownership [more]
  • Patent Litigation and Cost of Capital [more]

     

Accounting

Preeti Choudhary - Assistant Professor

  • The Impact of Auditor-Provided Tax Services on Tax Accrual Quality [more]
  • Assessing Financial Reporting Risk in the Income Tax Accrual [more]
  • Do Auditor-Provided Tax Services Impair Independence or Generate Knowledge Spillover? [more]
  • Boards, Auditors, Attorneys and Compliance with Mandatory SEC Disclosure Rules [more]
  • Assessing the Quality of the Income Tax Accrual [more]
  • Evidence that Market Participants Assess Recognized and Disclosed Items Similarly when Reliability is not an Issue [more]
  • Law Firms and Corporate Disclosure: Evidence from Regulatory Noncompliance
  • Disclosure Timing and the Economic Role of Mandatory Reporting: Evidence from Managers’ Decisions to File Audited Reports Early [more]
  • Timeliness of Form 10-K, Firm Financial Performance and Information Uncertainty [more]
  • Evidence on differences between Recognition and Disclosure: A Comparison of Inputs to Estimate Fair Values of Employee Stock Options [more]

Jason Schloetzer - Assistant Professor 

  • The Activism of Carl Icahn and Bill Ackman [more]
  • Global Trends in Board-Shareholder Engagement [more]
  • CEO Succession Practices: 2012 Edition [more]
  • Boards, Auditors, Attorneys and Compliance with Mandatory SEC Disclosure Rules [more]
  • Preparing for a Succession Emergency: Learning from Unexpected CEO Departures [more]
  • Economic Consequences of Corporate Governance Mandates for Poorly Governed Firms [more]
  • Disclosure Timing and the Economic Role of Mandatory Reporting: Evidence from Managers’ Decisions to File Audited Reports Early [more]
  • Does Filing Form 10-K Early Matter? [more]

Vicki Tang - Associate Professor

  • Proprietary Costs of Mandatory Disclosure and the Decision to First Access the Public Market [more]