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1984 - 2022

Current editor(s): Cynthia J. Campbell and Arnold R. Cowan

From Eastern Finance Association
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Volume 57, issue 4, 2022

Stock splits and retail trading pp. 731-750 Downloads
Justin Cox, Bonnie Van Ness and Robert Van Ness
Financial disclosure transparency and employee wages pp. 751-773 Downloads
John (Jianqiu) Bai, Matthew Serfling and Sarah Shaikh
A rookie's guide to the academic job market in finance: The labor market for lemons pp. 775-791 Downloads
Alexander W. Butler and Timothy Falcon Crack
Price asymmetries in the US airline industry pp. 793-814 Downloads
Yi Jiang, Tingting Que and Miaomiao Yu
Do foreign investors crowd out sell‐side analysts? Evidence from China pp. 815-834 Downloads
Xu Cheng, Dongmin Kong, Xinwei Zheng and Qi Tang
The potential built‐in supply effect from margin trading in the Chinese stock market pp. 835-861 Downloads
Yanxi Li, Siu Kai Choy and Mingzhu Wang
Corporate social responsibility and credit rating around the world: The role of societal trust pp. 863-891 Downloads
Kiyoung Chang, Ying Li and Hyeongsop Shim
Certification by financial and legal advisors in private debt markets pp. 893-923 Downloads
Gabriel J. Power, Issouf Soumaré and Djerry C. Tandja M.
Did they live happily ever after? The fate of restructured firms after hedge fund activism pp. 925-947 Downloads
Wonik Choi and Jongha Lim

Volume 57, issue 3, 2022

When in Rome: Local social norms and income differences pp. 457-484 Downloads
Natasha Burns, Andrew Keithley, Kristina Minnick and Mia L. Rivolta
Institutional trading around repurchase announcements: An uphill battle pp. 485-507 Downloads
Vinh Huy Nguyen, Suchismita Mishra and Pankaj K. Jain
Fund names versus family names: Implications for mutual fund flows pp. 509-531 Downloads
Aymen Karoui and Sadok El Ghoul
Side‐by‐side management of mutual funds and actively managed exchange traded funds pp. 533-557 Downloads
Adam L. Aiken, D. Eli Sherrill and Kate Upton
Corporate blockholders and financial leverage pp. 559-583 Downloads
Thuy Bui
A reexamination of factor momentum: How strong is it? pp. 585-615 Downloads
Minyou Fan, Youwei Li, Ming Liao and Jiadong Liu
Persistence of investor sentiment and market mispricing pp. 617-640 Downloads
Xiao Han, Nikolaos Sakkas, Jo Danbolt and Arman Eshraghi
Shrinking return forecasts pp. 641-661 Downloads
Li Liu, Zhiyuan Pan and Yudong Wang
Disagreement between hedge funds and other institutional investors and the cross‐section of expected stock returns pp. 663-689 Downloads
Mustafa O. Caglayan, Umut Celiker and Gokhan Sonaer
Option trading and returns versus the 52‐week high and low pp. 691-726 Downloads
Siu Kai Choy and Jason Wei

Volume 57, issue 1, 2022

Board monitoring and advising trade‐offs amidst economic policy uncertainty pp. 5-26 Downloads
Melissa B. Frye, Duong T. Pham and Rongrong Zhang
Dealers' incentives to reveal their names pp. 27-44 Downloads
Arzé Karam
The more we know, the less we agree: A test of the trading horizon heterogeneity theory pp. 45-67 Downloads
Lili Dai, Jerry Parwada, Donald W. Winchester and Bohui Zhang
Do short‐term institutions exploit stock return anomalies? pp. 69-94 Downloads
Yinfei Chen, Wei Huang and George J. Jiang
Do U.S. firms disguise acquisitions to avoid taxes? pp. 95-127 Downloads
Jeremiah Harris and William O'Brien
Do changes in MD&A section tone predict investment behavior? pp. 129-153 Downloads
John Berns, Patty Bick, Ryan Flugum and Reza Houston
The cross‐sectional return predictability of employment growth: A liquidity risk explanation pp. 155-178 Downloads
Weimin Liu, Di Luo, Seyoung Park and Huainan Zhao
Corporate social responsibility and shareholder wealth: New insights from information spillovers pp. 179-203 Downloads
Qi Ge and Ting Li
Credit derivatives and loan yields pp. 205-241 Downloads
Nimita Azam, Abdullah Mamun and George F. Tannous

Volume 56, issue 4, 2021

Board committees and director departures pp. 619-644 Downloads
Murali Jagannathan, Srinivasan Krishnamurthy and Joshua Spizman
The effects of exchange listing on market quality: Evidence from over‐the‐counter uplistings pp. 645-669 Downloads
Ryan Davis, Todd Griffith, Brian Roseman and Serhat Yildiz
The impact of trading behavioral biases on market liquidity under different volatility levels: Evidence from the Chinese commodity futures market pp. 671-692 Downloads
Qingfu Liu, Yiuman Tse and Kaixin Zheng
Financial consequences of reputational damage: Evidence from government economic incentives pp. 693-719 Downloads
Brian Blank, Brandy Hadley and Omer Unsal
Does firm‐level political risk influence corporate social responsibility (CSR)? Evidence from earnings conference calls pp. 721-741 Downloads
Pattanaporn Chatjuthamard, Sirimon Treepongkaruna, Pornsit Jiraporn and Napatsorn Jiraporn
Firm life cycle and trade credit pp. 743-771 Downloads
Mostafa Monzur Hasan, Adrian (Wai Kong) Cheung, Lidia Tunas and Hung Wan Kot
Different ways of managing risk as reported in 10‐Ks: A supervised learning approach pp. 773-792 Downloads
Richard Friberg and Thomas Seiler
Network centrality and value relevance of insider trading: Evidence from Europe pp. 793-819 Downloads
Mansoor Afzali and Minna Martikainen
Blockholder exit threats and corporate cash holdings pp. 821-843 Downloads
Lingna Sun, Hieu V. Phan and Thuy Simpson

Volume 56, issue 3, 2021

Do volatility extensions improve the quality of closing call auctions? pp. 385-406 Downloads
Ester Félez‐Viñas and Björn Hagströmer
Serial acquirers and decreasing returns: Do bidders’ acquisition patterns matter? pp. 407-432 Downloads
Thibaut G. Morillon
Network centrality, connections, and social capital: Evidence from CEO insider trading gains pp. 433-457 Downloads
Rwan El‐Khatib, Dobrina Jandik and Tomas Jandik
Informed options trading prior to insider trades pp. 459-480 Downloads
(Grace) Qing Hao and Keming Li
Financial flexibility demand and corporate financial decisions pp. 481-509 Downloads
Soku Byoun
Entrenchment or efficiency? CEO‐to‐employee pay ratio and the cost of debt pp. 511-533 Downloads
Katsiaryna Bardos, Steven E. Kozlowski and Michael R. Puleo
Investor awareness or information asymmetry? Wikipedia and IPO underpricing pp. 535-561 Downloads
Thomas Boulton, Bill B. Francis, Thomas Shohfi and Daqi Xin
Sell‐side analyst recommendation revisions and hedge fund trading before and after regulation fair disclosure pp. 563-590 Downloads
Mustafa Onur Caglayan, Umut Celiker and Edward R. Lawrence
A nonrandom walk down Hollywood boulevard: Celebrity deaths and investor sentiment pp. 591-613 Downloads
Gabriele M. Lepori

Volume 56, issue 2, 2021

A message from the outgoing editors of The Financial Review pp. 203-203 Downloads
Srini Krishnamurthy and Richard S. Warr
Portfolios of actively managed mutual funds pp. 205-230 Downloads
Timothy B. Riley
Are mutual fund investors loss averse? Evidence from China pp. 231-250 Downloads
Jie Jiang, David G. Shrider, Huangwen Ting and Yanran Wu
Can hedge funds benefit from corporate social responsibility investment? pp. 251-278 Downloads
Jun Duanmu, Qiping Huang, Yongjia Li and Garrett A. McBrayer
Expectations and financial markets: Lessons from Brexit pp. 279-299 Downloads
Chen Gu and Ann Marie Hibbert
The trend is an analyst's friend: Analyst recommendations and market technicals pp. 301-330 Downloads
Ryan Flugum
The role of asymmetry and dynamics in carry trade and general financial markets pp. 331-353 Downloads
Chang‐Che Wu, MeiChi Huang and Chih‐Chiang Wu
When two anomalies meet: Volume and timing effects on earnings announcements pp. 355-380 Downloads
Mark Wong, Adrian (Wai Kong) Cheung and Wei Hu

Volume 56, issue 1, 2021

Independent director compensation, corruption, and monitoring pp. 5-28 Downloads
Natasha Burns, Anna Kapalczynski and John K. Wald
The bright side of co‐opted boards: Evidence from firm innovation pp. 29-53 Downloads
Lily Nguyen, Le Vu and Xiangkang Yin
Political corruption shielding and corporate acquisitions pp. 55-83 Downloads
Ashrafee Tanvir Hossain and Lawrence Kryzanowski
Charitable inclination and the chief executive officer's pay package pp. 85-108 Downloads
Dev Mishra
Are CEOs incentivized to shelter good information? pp. 109-132 Downloads
Hongrui Feng and Yuecheng Jia
Executive risk incentives, product market competition, and R&D pp. 133-156 Downloads
Hussein Abdoh and Yu Liu
When LIBOR becomes LIEBOR: Reputational penalties and bank contagion pp. 157-178 Downloads
Michele Fabrizi, Xing Huan and Antonio Parbonetti
Financial crises and the asymmetric relation between returns on banks, risk factors, and other industry portfolio returns pp. 179-198 Downloads
Kenneth Högholm, Johan Knif, Gregory Koutmos and Seppo Pynnönen
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