Financial Management Recently Published Issues

Current Issue: Fall 2022 (Volume 51, Issue 3)

  • "What prevents women from reaching the top?" by Matti Keloharju, Samuli Knupfer, and Joacim Tåg

  • "Investor learning and mutual fund flows" by Jennifer Huang, Kelsey D. Wei, and Hong Yan

  • "Should hedge funds deviate from the benchmark?" by Ekaterini Panopoulou and Nikolaos Voukelatos

  • "Dynamics of managerial power and CEO compensation in the course of corporate distress: Evidence from 1992 to 2019" by Sheng Guo, Qiang Kang, and Oscar A. Mitnik

  • "Stock returns and inflation shocks in weaker economic times" by Robert A. Connolly, Chris Stivers, and Licheng Sun

  • "Innovative firms’ cash holdings, tax policies, and institutional environments" by Fengfei Li and Tse-Chun Lin

  • "Bank lending networks and the propagation of natural disasters" by Ivan T. Ivanov, Marco Macchiavelli, and Joao A. C. Santos

  • "Individual investors' dispersion in beliefs and stock returns" by Junjun Ma, Xindan Li, Lei Lu, Weixing Wu, and Xiong Xiong

     

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Forthcoming Articles & Archives

Special Issue on FinTech - Curated by Prof. Christine Parlour (University of California, Berkeley)

“FinTech is a catchall phrase that covers a myriad of changes in the marketplace. The purpose of this special issue is to lay out some of the ways in which we as researchers can approach FinTech and what it tells us about the world.”

  • "The future of fintech" by Sanjiv R. Das
  • "The roles of alternative data and machine learning in fintech lending: Evidence from the LendingClub consumer platform" by Julapa Jagtiani and Catharine Lemieux
  • "Insights from bitcoin trading" by Pankaj K. Jain, Thomas H. McInish, and Jonathan L. Miller
  • "Cryptocurrencies: Stylized facts on a new investible instrument" by Albert S. Hu, Christine A. Parlour, and Uday Rajan
  • "Machine learning and asset allocation" by Bryan R. Routledge

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Virtual Issues of Financial Management

Recently Published Virtual Issue: Mutual Funds curated by Russ Wermers

The research on actively managed mutual funds is vast in scope—reflecting the rapid growth in the presence of mutual funds in the world economy.[1] Over the past decade, academic researchers have generated new insights about mutual fund performance that eluded prior research—both due to the lack of data and due to scientific advances in the understanding of the mutual fund organizational structure and industrial organization.  In this virtual issue, I explore several papers of great interest that have been published in Financial Management—i.e., those that I deem to be particularly innovative in their exploration of mutual funds. For sure, many other excellent papers have been published on mutual funds in FM. Yet, I decided, in this issue, to focus on those papers that break new ground in some of the economic drivers of this industry, which I also believe will help to guide young researchers who are seeking future topics of interest. Click here to read the full issue.

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