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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Virtual Issues of Financial Management

Monitoring Management curated by Laura Starks - Recently Released!

Managerial agency problems have been a central focus in financial economics for decades with many studies on these problems appearing in Financial Management. For this curated issue, I have chosen seven articles published in the last ten years that provide insights into how the monitoring of management can resolve agency problems. As these articles show, effective monitoring of corporate management can arise through several channels: institutional investors through their ownership and exit strategies, the legal system, and finally, the board of directors. Click here to read the full issue.

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