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07-80: Corporate Hedging in Future Markets when Short Sales are Restricted
Simon Benninga
07-98: The Information Contained in Stock Exchange Seat Prices Downloads
Donald Keim and Ananth Madhavan
7-98: The Information Contained in Stock Exchange Seat Prices Downloads
Donald Keim and Ananth Madhavan
07-86: Determinants of Capital Structure (Revision of 13-85)
I. Friend and J. Hasbrouck
7-87: Loan Sales and the Cost of Bank Capital
George Pennacchi
7-78: Majority Choice and the Objective Function of the Firm Under Uncertainty
Simon Benninga and Eitan Muller
07-89: Empirical Tests of the Consumption-Oriented CAPM
Douglas T. Breeden, Michael R Gibbons and Robert H. Litzenberger
7-72: Some Contributions of the Institutional Investor Study (with "Discussion" by Marshall E. Blume)
Lawrence D. Jones
07-99: Nonlinear Taxation, Tax Arbitrage and Equilibrium Asset Prices Downloads
Suleyman Basak and Benjamin Croitoru
07-87: Loan Sales and the Cost of Bank Capital
George Pennacchi
07-94: Whose Market Is It Anyway? Intermediaries' or Investors' (Reprint 044)
Morris Mendelson and Junius Peake
7-76: Indexation, Expectations, and Stability
Bulent Gultekin and Anthony M. Santomero
7-00: Informed Manipulation Downloads
Archishman Chakraborty and Bilge Yilmaz
7-75: Stock Returns, Money Supply and the Direction of Causality
Richard J. Rogalski and Joseph D. Vinso
07-96: Model Error in Contingent Claim Models (Dynamic Evaluation)
Eric Jacquier and Robert Jarrow
7-95: Dynamic Consumption-Portfolio Choice and Asset Pricing with Non-Price-Taking Agents (Revision of 8-94) (Reprint 062)
Suleyman Basak
7-79: The Financial Markets in the United Kingdom
Marshall E. Blume
07-79: The Financial Markets in the United Kingdom
Marshall E. Blume
07-73: Some New Bond Indexes
John S. Bildersee
07-83: Why do Companies Pay Dividends?: Comment
Joel Hasbrouck and Irwin Friend
7-89: Empirical Tests of the Consumption-Oriented CAPM
Douglas T. Breeden, Michael R Gibbons and Robert H. Litzenberger
7-90: Asset Returns, Investment Horizons, and Intertemporal Preferences (Reprint 009)
Shmuel Kandel and Robert Stambaugh
07-74: The Monetary Sector in an Open Economy: An Empirical Analysis for Canada and Germany
Richard J. Herring
7-77: The Growth-Optimal General Equilibrium Market Model: A Reduced Form Expression for the Capital Market Line
David A. Umstead
7-91: Rational Expectations and Stock Market Bubbles
Franklin Allen and Andrew Postlewaite
7-92: Flexible (S,s) Bands, Uncertainty, and Aggregate Consumer Durables
Janice Eberly
07-85: Effects of Non-Assumable Mortgage Finance on Housing Demand and Relocation Decisions
George Pennacchi
07-72: Some Contributions of the Institutional Investor Study (with "Discussion" by Marshall E. Blume)
Lawrence D. Jones
07-76: Indexation, Expectations, and Stability
Bulent Gultekin and Anthony M. Santomero
7-99: Nonlinear Taxation, Tax Arbitrage and Equilibrium Asset Prices Downloads
Suleyman Basak and Benjamin Croitoru
07-84: The Information Content of Financial Columns
Chi-Wen Jevons Lee and Alfredo Moreno
7-83: Why do Companies Pay Dividends?: Comment
Joel Hasbrouck and Irwin Friend
7-80: Corporate Hedging in Future Markets when Short Sales are Restricted
Simon Benninga
07-92: Flexible (S,s) Bands, Uncertainty, and Aggregate Consumer Durables
Janice Eberly
7-73: Some New Bond Indexes
John S. Bildersee
7-85: Effects of Non-Assumable Mortgage Finance on Housing Demand and Relocation Decisions
George Pennacchi
7-74: The Monetary Sector in an Open Economy: An Empirical Analysis for Canada and Germany
Richard J. Herring
7-88: Two-Person Dynamic Equilibrium: Trading in the Capital Market
Bernard Dumas
07-77: The Growth-Optimal General Equilibrium Market Model: A Reduced Form Expression for the Capital Market Line
David A. Umstead
07-88: Two-Person Dynamic Equilibrium: Trading in the Capital Market
Bernard Dumas
07-82: Economic and Equity Aspects of Securities Regulation
Irwin Friend
7-81: A Framework for the Analysis of Financial Disorder (discontinued from series - contact authors for copies)
Jack Guttentag and Richard Herring
07-91: Rational Expectations and Stock Market Bubbles
Franklin Allen and Andrew Postlewaite
07-75: Stock Returns, Money Supply and the Direction of Causality
Richard J. Rogalski and Joseph D. Vinso
07-81: A Framework for the Analysis of Financial Disorder (discontinued from series - contact authors for copies)
Jack Guttentag and Richard Herring
7-86: Determinants of Capital Structure (Revision of 13-85)
I. Friend and J. Hasbrouck
7-84: The Information Content of Financial Columns
Chi-Wen Jevons Lee and Alfredo Moreno
7-97: The Cross Section of Common Stock Returns: A Review of the Evidence and Some New Findings
Gabriel Hawawini and Donald Keim
07-95: Dynamic Consumption-Portfolio Choice and Asset Pricing with Non-Price-Taking Agents (Revision of 8-94) (Reprint 062)
Suleyman Basak
07-00: Informed Manipulation Downloads
Archishman Chakraborty and Bilge Yilmaz
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