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Welch, I.
Welch, Ivo
born 1963-10-04
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Allen, F.
Allen, Franklin
Beatty, Randolph
Beatty, Randolph P
Bernardo, A.
Bernardo, Antonio
Bernardo, Antonio E
Bernardo, Antonio E.
Bhagat, Sanjai
Bikhchandani, Sushil
Bris, Arturo
Cornell, Bradford
Devenow, Andrea
Goetzmann, William
Goetzmann, William N.
Goval, Amit
Goyal, Amit
Hirshleifer, David
Ingersoll, Jonathan
Ingersoll, Jonathan E. Jr
Jegadeesh, Narasimhan
Jonathan E. Ingersoll, Jr
National Bureau of Economic Research
Qiu, Lily
Riffe, Susan
Ritter, Jay
Ritter, Jay R.
Schwartz, Alan
Spiegel, Matthew
Spiegel, Matthew I.
Talley, Eric
Talley, Eric L.
Teoh, Siew Hong
University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA) / Anderson Graduate School of Management
University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA) / Anderson Graduate School of Management / Finance Group
Warga, Arthur
Wazzan, C Paul
Wazzan, Christopher Paul
Wazzan, Paul
Weinstein, Mark
Welch, Ivo
Wessels, David
Wong, T. J.
Wong, T.J.
Zhu, Ning
Asymmetry and Power: Can Ethnic Dominance Minimize Conflict?
Bondholder Losses in Leveraged Buyouts.
Capital Structure and Stock Returns
Columbus' Egg: The Real Determinant of Capital Structure
Columbus' egg the real determinants of capital structure
Comprehensive Look at the Empirical Performance of Equity Premium Prediction, A
Corporate finance : an introduction
Corporate research & development investments international comparisons
Costs of Bankruptcy: Chapter 7 Liquidation versus Chapter 11 Reorganization, The
Cross-sectional Determinants of Corporate Capital Expenditures: A Multinational Comparison, The
Culture, Information, and Screening Discrimination.
Earnings Management and the Long-Run Market Performance of Initial Public Offerings
Earnings Management and The Post-Issue Underperformance in Seasoned Equity Offerings
Earnings management and the underperformance of seasoned equity offerings, 1997:
Economic Approach to the Psychology of Change: Amnesia, Inertia, and Impulsiveness, An
Effect of Socially Activist Investment Policies on the Financial Markets: Evidence from the South African Boycott., The
Empirical Examination of Models of Contract Choice in Initial Public Offerings, An
empirical investigation of IPO returns and subsequent equity offerings, An
Equity offerings following the IPO theory and evidence
Equity Premium Consensus Forecast Revisited, The
Financial market runs
Herding among security analysts
How Firms Make Capital Expenditure Decisions: Financial Signals, Internal Cash Flows, Income Taxes and the Tax Reform Act of 1986.
Information Cascades and Observational Learning
Institutional Memory, Inertia and Impulsiveness
Investment sentiment measures
Investor Sentiment Measures
Issuer Expenses and Legal Liability in Initial Public Offerings.
Learning from the Behavior of Others: Conformity, Fads, and Informational Cascades
Liquidity and Financial Market Runs
Model of Optimal Government Bailouts, A
Note On 'Predicting Returns With Financial Ratios', A
On the Evolution of Overconfidence and Entrepreneurs
optimal concentration of creditors, The
Portfolio Performance Manipulation and Manipulation-proof Performance Measures
Predicting the equity premium with dividend ratios
Rational herding in financial economics
review of IPO activity, pricing, and allocations, A
Seasoned Offerings, Imitation Costs, and the Underpricing of Initial Public Offerings.
Sequential Sales, Learning, and Cascades.
Sharpening Sharpe Ratios
Theory of Dividends Based on Tax Clienteles, A
theory of Fads, Fashion, Custom and cultural change as informational Cascades, A
Theory of Fads, Fashion, Custom, and Cultural Change in Informational Cascades., A
Theory of Legal Presumptions., A
Top Achievements, Challenges, and Failures of Finance, The
Two Common Problems in Capital Structure Research: The Financial‐Debt‐To‐Asset Ratio and Issuing Activity Versus Leverage Changes
Views of Financial Economists on the Equity Premium and on Professional Controversies.
Who Should Pay for Bankruptcy Costs?
Why Is Bank Debt Senior? A Theory of Asymmetry and Claim Priority Based on Influence Costs.
Why is Bankdebt Senior? A Theory of Priority Among Creditors
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