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Journal of Applied Corporate Finance

1989 - 2020

Current editor(s): Donald H. Chew Jr.

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Volume 32, issue 1, 2020

A Message from the Editor pp. 2-3 Downloads
Don Chew
Economics and Ethics: The Case of Salomon Brothers pp. 8-13 Downloads
Clifford Smith
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA ROUNDTABLE ON: Enterprise‐Wide Risk Management pp. 14-35 Downloads
James Verbrugge, Greg Niehaus, Walter Coleman, Keith Lawder, Cliff Smith, Christie Briscoe, Sailesh Ramamurtie and Don Chew
Risk and Regulation in Derivatives (or Why Derivatives Are a Blessing, Not a Curse) pp. 36-47 Downloads
Ludger Hentschel and Clifford Smith
Corporate Insurance Strategy: The Case of British Petroleum pp. 48-57 Downloads
Neil A. Doherty and Clifford Smith
UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER ROUNDTABLE ON Bankruptcy vs. Bailouts: The Case of General Motors and the U.S. Auto Industry pp. 58-79 Downloads
Thomas Jackson, James Brickley, Clifford Smith, Charlie Hughes, Joel Tabas and Mark Zupan
The Capital Structure Puzzle: Another Look at the Evidence pp. 80-91 Downloads
Michael J. Barclay and Clifford Smith
MORGAN STANLEY ROUNDTABLE ON Capital Structure and Payout Policy pp. 92-107 Downloads
Clifford Smith, David Ikenberry, Arun Nayar, Jon Anda, Henry McVey and Bennett Stewart
The Economics of Organizational Architecture pp. 108-119 Downloads
James Brickley, Clifford Smith and Jerold Zimmerman
Transfer Pricing and the Control of Internal Corporate Transactions pp. 120-127 Downloads
James Brickley, Clifford Smith and Jerold Zimmerman
Using Organizational Architecture to Lead Change pp. 128-137 Downloads
James Brickley, Clifford Smith, Jerold Zimmerman and Janice Willett

Volume 31, issue 4, 2019

A Message from the Editor pp. 2-3 Downloads
Don Chew
Hamilton and the U.S. Financial Revolution pp. 10-15 Downloads
Richard Sylla and David J. Cowen
A Limited Central Bank pp. 16-20 Downloads
Charles Plosser
How to Promote Fed Independence: Perspectives from Political Economy and History pp. 21-42 Downloads
Charles W. Calomiris
The Great Crash of 1929: A Look Back After 90 Years pp. 43-58 Downloads
Robert F. Bruner and Scott C. Miller
The Strange and Futile World of Trade Wars pp. 59-67 Downloads
Steve H. Hanke and Edward Li
Monetary Policy Implementation: Making Better and More Consistent Use of the Federal Reserve's Balance Sheet pp. 68-76 Downloads
Peter Ireland
The Fed's Communications: Suggestions for Improvement pp. 77-85 Downloads
Mickey D. Levy
FinTech, BigTech, and the Future of Banks pp. 86-97 Downloads
René Stulz
Will Blockchain Be a Big Deal? Reasons for Caution pp. 98-104 Downloads
Craig Pirrong
Two Modes of Investment Banking: Technocrats, Relationship Managers, and Conflict pp. 105-117 Downloads
Alan D. Morrison and William J. Wilhelm
Dividend Consistency: Rewards, Learning, and Expectations pp. 118-128 Downloads
David Michayluk, Scott Walker and Karyn Neuhauser
The Reference‐Driven College Paper (Or Why Your Students Should Read the JACF) pp. 129-136 Downloads
Joseph W. Trefzger

Volume 31, issue 3, 2019

A Message from the Editor pp. 2-3 Downloads
Don Chew
Session I: Corporate Purpose and Governance pp. 10-25 Downloads
Ira Millstein, Jeff Gordon, Ron Gilson, Colin Mayer, Kristin Bresnahan and Marty Lipton
Session Ii: Capitalism and Social Insurance pp. 26-31 Downloads
Merritt Fox and Jeff Gordon
Session III: Securities Law in Twenty‐First Century America: A Conversation with SEC Commissioner Robert Jackson pp. 32-43 Downloads
Robert J. Jackson and John C. Coffee
Session IV: The Law, Corporate Governance, and Economic Justice pp. 44-63 Downloads
Leo Strine, Eric Talley, Mark Roe, Jill Fisch and Bruce Kogut
Session V: Macro Perspectives: Bigger Problems than Corporate Governance pp. 64-73 Downloads
Bruce Greenwald, Joshua Mitts and Edmund Phelps
Is Managerial Myopia a Persistent Governance Problem? pp. 74-80 Downloads
David J. Denis
The Case for Maximizing Long‐Run Shareholder Value pp. 81-89 Downloads
Diane Denis
A Tribute to Joel Stern pp. 90-94 Downloads
Bennett Stewart
A Look Back at the Beginnings of EVA and Value‐Based Management pp. 95-102 Downloads
Joel M. Stern and Joseph T. Willett
EVA, not EBITDA: A New Financial Paradigm for Private Equity Firms pp. 103-115 Downloads
Bennett Stewart
Beyond EVA pp. 116-125 Downloads
Greg Milano
Are Performance Shares Shareholder Friendly? pp. 126-130 Downloads
Marc Hodak
Why EVA Bonus Plans Failed—and How to Revive Them pp. 131-138 Downloads
Stephen O'Byrne

Volume 31, issue 2, 2019

A Message from the Editor pp. 2-3 Downloads
Don Chew
A Fireside Chat with Raj Gupta: What It Takes to Create Long‐Term Value pp. 8-14 Downloads
Raj Gupta
Aptiv Becoming a More Sustainable Business pp. 15-21 Downloads
Kevin P. Clark
The Economic Significance of Long‐Term Plans pp. 22-33 Downloads
Sakis Kotsantonis, Christina Rehnberg, George Serafeim, Bronagh Ward and Brian Tomlinson
Private Equity 4.0: Using ESG to Create More Value with Less Risk pp. 34-41 Downloads
Reynir Indahl and Hannah Gunvor Jacobsen
ESG as a Value‐Creation Tool for Active Investors: A Profile of Inherent Group pp. 42-49 Downloads
Tony Davis and Beau Lescott
Four Things No One Will Tell You About ESG Data pp. 50-58 Downloads
Sakis Kotsantonis and George Serafeim
Social Capital, Trust, and Corporate Performance: How CSR Helped Companies During the Financial Crisis (and Why It Can Keep Helping Them) pp. 59-71 Downloads
Karl Lins, Henri Servaes and Ane Tamayo
Innovation in Stock Exchanges: Driving ESG Disclosure and Performance pp. 72-79 Downloads
Tania Bizoumi, Socrates Lazaridis and Natassa Stamou
How Board Oversight Can Drive Climate and Sustainability Performance pp. 80-85 Downloads
Veena Ramani and Bronagh Ward
Sustainability and Capital Markets—Are We There Yet? pp. 86-91 Downloads
Chris Pinney, Sophie Lawrence and Stephanie Lau
An Investor Perspective on the Black Box of Corporate Social Responsibility pp. 92-104 Downloads
Chitru S. Fernando, Vahap B. Uysal and Amal P. Abeysekera
ESG, Material Credit Events, and Credit Risk pp. 105-117 Downloads
Witold J. Henisz and James McGlinch
Climate Change Scenario Analysis for Public Market Investors pp. 118-123 Downloads
Casey Clark

Volume 31, issue 1, 2019

A MESSAGE FROM THE EDITOR pp. 2-3 Downloads
Don Chew
The Rise of Agency Capitalism and the Role of Shareholder Activists in Making It Work pp. 8-22 Downloads
Ronald J. Gilson and Jeffrey N. Gordon
The Effect of Shareholder Approval of Equity Issuances Around the World pp. 23-41 Downloads
Clifford G. Holderness
Does Mandatory Shareholder Voting Prevent Bad Acquisitions? The Case of the United Kingdom pp. 42-61 Downloads
Marco Becht, Andrea Polo and Stefano Rossi
The Early Returns to International Hedge Fund Activism: 2000–2010 pp. 62-80 Downloads
Marco Becht, Julian Franks, Jeremy Grant and Hannes Wagner
How Has Takeover Competition Changed Over Time? pp. 81-94 Downloads
Tingting Liu and J. Harold Mulherin
Do Large Blockholders Reduce Risk? pp. 95-112 Downloads
David Newton and Imants Paeglis
Estimating the Equity Risk Premium and Expected Equity Rates of Return: The Case of Canada pp. 113-125 Downloads
Laurence Booth
Save the Buyback, Save Jobs pp. 126-128 Downloads
Greg Milano and Michael Chew
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