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00-58: Corporate Risk Management as a Lever for Shareholder Value Creation
Söhnke M. Bartram
99-57: Horizon Risk and Asset Pricing
Georges Hübner
99-56: Price Discovery on Foreign Exchange Markets with Differentially Informed Traders
Frank C. J. M. de Jong, Ronald Mahieu, P. Schotman and . Leeuwen
99-55: The Cost of Capital in International Financial Markets: Local Versus Global Beta
K.G. Koedijk, Clemens J.M. Kool, F.G.J.A. Nissen, P.C. Schotman and Mathijs A. van Dijk
98-54: VaR-x: Fat Tails in Financial Risk Management
Ronald Huisman, K.G. Koedijik and Rachel A J Pownall
98-50: Risk Premia in Term Structure of Interest Rates: A Panel Data Approach
Dennis F.M. Bams and Christian C.P. Wolff
98-48: Measuring Risk Attitudes in a Natural Experiment: Data from The Television Game Show LINGO
Roel Maria Wilhelmus Jozef Beetsma and P.C. Schotman
91-45: Beyong Implied Volatility: Probability Distributions and Hedge Ratios Implied by Option Prices
D.C. Shimko
91-40: Path-Dependent Contracts on Interest Rates
L. Sankarasubramanian and P. Ritchken
91-36: Fear and Depression: Consumer Confidence and Economic Fluctuations
Matsusaka, J.C. Sbordone, A.M.
91-35: The Extraordinarily High Profits of Takeover Targets
John G. Matsusaka
91-34: Headhunts, Mergers and Acquisitions: the Implications of Synergy
John G. Matsusaka
91-33: Takeover Motives During the Conglomerate Merger Wave
John G. Matsusaka
91-32: Interest Groups and the Environment: a Study of Initiative Voting Patterns
John G. Matsusaka
91-31: A Psycho-Economic Theory of Voter Turnout with an Application to Declining U.S. Participation
John G. Matsusaka
91-30: The Downsian Voter Meets the Ecological Fallacy
J.G. Mutsusaka and Filip Palda
91-29: Election Closeness and Voter Turnout: Evidence from California Ballot Propositions
John G. Matsusaka
91-27: Effects of Real Exchange Rate Uncertainty On Foreign Trade: Some Implications of International Risk Diversification
T. Perl
91-24: Union Negotiation and Corporate Policy: A Study of Labor "Givebacks" in the Domestic Stel Industry During the 1980s
H, DeAngelo,
91-17: Capital Formaion, Government Spending and International Economic Fluctuations
P.A. Reynolds
91-8: Liquidity, Trading Rules and Electronic Trading Systems
L. Harris
91-7: Consequences of 1992 for Competition in Financial Services: Banking
J.K. Dietrich
91-5: Regulatory Precommitment and Capital Structure Choice
S. Dasgupta and Vikram Nanda
91-4: Exchange Rate Volatility and the Value of the Option to Introduce a New Product
A.C. Shapiro
91-3: Seigniorage As a Tax: A Quantitative Evaluation
Ayse Imrohoroglu and Edward C. Prescott
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