JFE All Star Papers, 1974-2003
All Papers with 5 or More Citations per Year through 2005
Title
V
N
Date
PB
PE
Authors
Cites/Year
Risk and return:
1
4
Dec-74
303
336
Gershon Mandelker
8.1
The case of merging firms
The effects of dividend yield and dividend policy
1
1
May-74
1
22
Fischer Black
6.7
on common stock prices and returns
Myron S. Scholes
Price performance of
2
3
Sep-75
235
272
Roger G. Ibbotson
5.6
common stock new issues
Theory of the firm: 
3
4
Oct-76
305
360
Michael C. Jensen
116.5
Managerial behavior, agency costs
William H. Meckling 
and ownership structure
The valuation of options for
3
1
Jan-76
145
166
John C. Cox
15.1
alternative stochastic processes
Stephen A. Ross 
The pricing of commodity contracts
3
1
Jan-76
167
179
Fischer Black  
13.4
Option pricing when underlying
3
1
Jan-76
125
144
Robert C. Merton
11.2
stock returns are discontinuous
The option pricing model
3
1
Jan-76
53
82
Dan Galai
8.7
and the risk factor of stock
Ronald W. Masulis
Option pricing:  A review
3
1
Jan-76
3
52
Clifford W. Smith
5.3
A critique of the asset pricing theory's tests: 
4
2
Mar-77
129
176
Richard Roll 
19.5
On past and potential testability of the theory
Determinants of corporate borrowing
5
2
Nov-77
147
176
Stewart C. Myers 
25.6
Estimating betas from nonsynchronous data
5
3
Dec-77
309
328
Myron S. Scholes
19.4
Joseph Williams 
An equilibrium characterization
5
2
Nov-77
177
188
Oldrich Vasicek 
16.9
of the term structure
Asset returns and inflation
5
2
Nov-77
115
146
Eugene F. Fama
12.8
G. William Schwert 
Option pricing:
7
3
Sep-79
229
264
John C. Cox
17.9
A simplified approach
Stephen A. Ross
Mark Rubinstein
An intertemporal asset pricing model
7
3
Sep-79
265
296
Douglas T. Breeden 
17.8
with stochastic consumption
and investment opportunities
On financial contracting:
7
2
Jun-79
117
162
Clifford W. Smith
17.7
An analysis of bond covenants
Jerold B. Warner 
Risk measurement when shares
7
2
Jun-79
197
226
Elroy Dimson
9.2
are subject to infrequent trading
The valuation of compound options
7
1
Mar-79
53
82
Robert Geske
5.0
Measuring security price performance
8
3
Sep-80
205
258
Stephen J. Brown
17.8
Jerold B. Warner 
Optimal capital structure under
8
1
Mar-80
3
30
Harry DeAngelo
11.5
corporate and personal taxation
Ronald W. Masulis 
On estimating the expected
8
4
Dec-80
323
362
Robert C. Merton
10.2
return on the market: 
An exploratory investigation
Stock returns and the weekend effect
8
1
Mar-80
55
70
Kenneth R. French
7.0
Merger proposals, management discretion,
8
2
Jun-80
105
138
Peter Dodd
6.5
and stockholder wealth
The effects of capital structure
8
2
Jun-80
139
178
Ronald W. Masulis
6.4
change on security prices: 
A study of exchange offers
Dealership market:
8
1
Mar-80
31
54
Yakov Amihud
5.6
Market-making with inventory
Haim Mendelson
The relationship between return
9
1
Mar-81
3
18
Rolf W. Banz 
16.9
and market value of common stocks
Misspecification of capital asset pricing:
9
1
Mar-81
19
46
Marc R. Reinganum 
10.4
Empirical anomalies based on
earnings' yields and market values
The relation between
9
4
Dec-81
321
346
John C. Cox
7.1
forward prices and futures prices
Jonathan E. Ingersoll
Stephen A. Ross
Optimal dealer pricing under
9
1
Mar-81
47
74
Thomas Ho
6.4
transactions and return uncertainty
Hans R. Stoll
A model of international asset pricing
9
4
Dec-81
383
406
René M. Stulz 
6.4
Common stock repurchases
9
2
Jun-81
139
184
Theo Vermaelen
6.5
and market signaling: 
An empirical study
Common stock repurchases: 
9
2
Jun-81
113
138
Larry Y. Dann
6.2
An analysis of returns to
bondholders and stockholders
Information aggregation in a
9
3
Sep-81
221
236
Douglas W. Diamond
5.0
noisy rational expectations economy
Robert E. Verrecchia
The stochastic behavior of
10
4
Dec-82
407
432
Andrew A. Christie 
7.8
common stock variances:
Value, leverage and interest rate effects
Multivariate tests of financial models: 
10
1
Mar-82
3
28
Michael R. Gibbons 
5.6
A new approach
On the exclusion of assets from
10
3
Nov-82
237
268
Robert F. Stambaugh 
27.9
tests of the two-parameter model:
A sensitivity analysis
The market for corporate control:
11
1
Mar-83
5
50
Michael C. Jensen
10.5
The scientific evidence
Richard S. Ruback 
On corporate governance:
11
1
Mar-83
401
438
Peter Dodd
7.0
A study of proxy contests
Jerold B. Warner 
Merger bids, uncertainty,
11
1
Mar-83
51
84
Paul Asquith
6.0
and stockholder returns
The rationale behind interfirm tender offers:
11
1
Mar-83
183
206
Michael Bradley
5.7
Information or synergy?
Anand Desai
E. Han Kim
Antitakeover charter amendments and stockholder wealth
11
1
Mar-83
329
360
Harry DeAngelo
5.3
Edward M. Rice
Horizontal mergers, collusion, and stockholder wealth
11
1
Mar-83
241
274
B. Espen Eckbo
13.6
The gains to bidding firms from merger
11
1
Mar-83
121
140
Paul Asquith
5.3
Robert F. Bruner
David W. Mullins
Size-related anomalies and
12
1
Jun-83
13
32
Donald B. Keim 
6.6
stock return seasonality: 
Further empirical evidence
Biases in computed returns:
12
3
Oct-83
387
404
Marshall E. Blume
6.1
An application to the size effect
Robert F. Stambaugh 
The anomalous stock market
12
1
Jun-83
89
104
Marc R. Reinganum
5.4
behavior of small firms in January:
Empirical tests for tax-loss selling effects
The relationship between earnings' yield,
12
1
Jun-83
129
156
Sanjoy Basu
5.4
market value and return for NYSE
common stocks: Further evidence
Transaction costs and the small firm effect
12
1
Jun-83
57
80
Hans R. Stoll
45.0
Robert E. Whaley
Corporate financing and investment
13
2
Jun-84
187
222
Stewart C. Myers
#REF!
decisions when firms have information
Nicholas S. Majluf 
that investors do not have
The information in the term structure
13
4
Dec-84
509
528
Eugene F. Fama 
7.6
The effect of capital structure
13
1
Mar-84
137
152
Sheridan Titman
5.2
on a firm's liquidation decision
Using daily stock returns:
14
1
Mar-85
3
32
Stephen J. Brown
27.3
The case of event studies
Jerold B. Warner 
Bid, ask and transaction prices
14
1
Mar-85
71
100
Lawrence R. Glosten
23.0
in a specialist market with
Paul R. Milgrom 
heterogeneously informed traders
Corporate capital expenditure decisions
14
3
Sep-85
399
422
John J. McConnell
5.3
and the market value of the firm
Chris J. Muscarella
Investment banking and
15
1
Jan-86
3
30
Clifford W. Smith 
13.3
the capital acquisition process
Equity issues and offering dilution
15
1
Jan-86
61
90
Paul Asquith
13.1
David W. Mullins 
Why new issues are underpriced
15
1
Jan-86
187
212
Kevin Rock 
12.9
Valuation effects of security offerings
15
1
Jan-86
31
60
Wayne H. Mikkelson
11.9
and the issuance process
M. Megan Partch 
Investment banking, reputation,
15
1
Jan-86
213
232
Randolph P. Beatty
10.9
and the underpricing of
Jay R. Ritter
initial public offerings
Seasoned equity offerings:
15
1
Jan-86
91
118
Ronald W. Masulis
9.5
An empirical investigation
Ashok N. Korwar
Capital raising, underwriting and
15
1
Jan-86
261
281
James R. Booth
6.1
the certification hypothesis
Richard L. Smith
Valuation effects of
15
1
Jan-86
119
152
B. Espen Eckbo
5.6
corporate debt offerings
A transaction data study of weekly and
16
1
May-86
99
118
Lawrence E. Harris 
7.4
intradaily patterns in stock returns
Insiders' profits, costs of trading,
16
2
Jun-86
189
212
H. Nejat Seyhun 
5.3
and market efficiency
Stock return variances: 
17
1
Sep-86
5
26
Kenneth R. French
14.2
The arrival of information and
Richard Roll 
the reaction of traders
Asset pricing and the bid-ask spread
17
2
Dec-86
223
250
Yakov Amihud
13.9
Haim Mendelson 
Predicting returns in the
17
2
Dec-86
357
390
Donald B. Keim
12.0
stock and bond markets
Robert F. Stambaugh 
Modeling the term structure of
17
1
Sep-86
27
56
Kenneth B. Dunn
5.3
interest rates under non-separable
Kenneth J. Singleton
utility and durability of goods
Stock returns and the term structure
18
2
Jun-87
373
400
John Y. Campbell 
12.7
The choice of organizational form:
18
2
Jun-87
401
420
James A. Brickley
9.8
The case of franchising
Frederick H. Dark 
Time to build, option value,
18
1
Mar-87
7
28
Saman Majd
6.8
and investment decisions
Robert S. Pindyck
Expected stock returns and volatility
19
1
Sep-87
3
30
Kenneth R. French
18.5
G. William Schwert
Robert F. Stambaugh
Some evidence on the
19
2
Dec-87
217
236
Christopher M. James 
12.2
uniqueness of bank loans
Price, trade size, and
19
1
Sep-87
69
90
David Easley
10.8
information in securities markets
Maureen O'Hara
Option values under stochastic volatility:
19
2
Dec-87
351
372
James B. Wiggins
8.4
Theory and empirical estimates
The costs of going public
19
2
Dec-87
269
282
Jay R. Ritter
5.8
Shark repellents and stock prices:
19
1
Sep-87
127
168
Gregg A. Jarrell
5.5
The effects of antitakeover
Annette B. Poulsen
amendments since 1980
Management ownership
20
1
Mar-88
293
316
Randall Morck
24.3
and market valuation:
Andrei Shleifer
An empirical analysis
Robert W. Vishny
Outside directors and CEO turnover
20
1
Mar-88
431
460
Michael S. Weisbach 
20.8
Managerial control of voting rights:
20
1
Mar-88
25
54
René M. Stulz 
14.2
Financing policies and the
market for corporate control
Stock prices and top management changes
20
1
Mar-88
461
492
Jerold B. Warner
13.1
Ross L. Watts
Karen H. Wruck
Ownership structure and voting
20
1
Mar-88
267
292
James A. Brickley
8.2
on antitakeover amendments
Ronald C. Lease
Clifford W. Smith
One share-one vote and
20
1
Mar-88
175
202
Sanford J. Grossman
7.2
the market for corporate control
Oliver D. Hart
Corporate control contests
20
1
Mar-88
55
86
Milton Harris
5.9
and capital structure
Artur Raviv
The role of majority shareholders
20
1
Mar-88
317
346
Clifford G. Holderness
6.0
in publicly held corporations:
Dennis P. Sheehan
An exploratory analysis
Poison pill securities: 
20
1
Mar-88
347
376
Paul H. Malatesta
5.4
Stockholder wealth, profitability,
Ralph A. Walkling
and ownership structure
The effect of poison pill securities
20
1
Mar-88
377
418
Michael D. Ryngaert
5.1
on shareholder wealth
Synergistic gains from corporate acquisitions
21
1
May-88
3
40
Michael Bradley
11.6
and their division between the
Anand Desai
stockholders of target and acquiring firms
E. Han Kim
Estimating the components of
21
1
May-88
123
142
Lawrence R. Glosten
8.4
the bid/ask spread
Lawrence E. Harris 
Mean reversion in stock prices:
22
1
Oct-88
27
60
James M. Poterba
18.9
Evidence and implications
Lawrence H. Summers 
Dividend yields and expected stock returns
22
1
Oct-88
3
26
Eugene F. Fama
15.2
Kenneth R. French 
Trades, quotes,
22
2
Dec-88
229
252
Joel Hasbrouck
5.1
inventories, and information
Signaling by underpricing
23
2
Aug-89
303
324
Franklin Allen
7.9
in the IPO market
Gerald R. Faulhaber 
Equity ownership concentration
23
1
Jun-89
3
28
Karen H. Wruck 
6.1
and firm value: Evidence
from private equity financings
The effects of management buyouts on
24
2
Oct-89
217
254
Steven N. Kaplan 
9.5
operating performance and value
How investment bankers determine
24
2
Oct-89
343
362
Lawrence M. Benveniste
7.6
the offer price and allocation of new issues
Paul A. Spindt
Managerial performance, Tobin's q, and
24
1
Sep-89
137
154
Larry H. P. Lang
6.2
the gains from successful tender offers
René M. Stulz
Ralph A. Walkling
Time-varying conditional covariances
24
2
Oct-89
289
318
Campbell R. Harvey
5.7
in tests of asset pricing models
Business conditions and
25
1
Nov-89
23
50
Eugene F. Fama
17.4
expected returns on stocks and bonds
Kenneth R. French 
Management turnover
25
2
Dec-89
241
262
Stuart C. Gilson 
9.4
and financial distress
Further evidence on the bank
25
1
Nov-89
99
122
Scott L. Lummer
7.2
lending process and the capital-market
John J. McConnell
response to bank loan agreements
Management entrenchment:
25
1
Nov-89
123
140
Andrei Shleifer
7.0
The case of manager-specific investments
Robert W. Vishny
Managerial discretion and
26
1
Jul-90
3
27
René M. Stulz 
11.9
optimal financing policies
Outside directors, board independence,
26
2
Aug-90
175
191
Stuart Rosenstein
7.3
and shareholder wealth
Jeffrey G. Wyatt 
Additional evidence on equity
27
2
Oct-90
595
612
John J. McConnell
13.8
ownership and corporate value
Henri Servaes
Bankruptcy resolution:
27
2
Oct-90
285
314
Lawrence A. Weiss 
9.8
Direct costs and violation of priority of claims
Troubled debt restructurings:
27
2
Oct-90
315
353
Stuart C. Gilson
9.6
An empirical study of private
Kose John
reorganization of firms in default
Larry H. P. Lang
The role of banks in reducing
27
1
Sep-90
67
88
Takeo Hoshi
9.8
the costs of financial distress in Japan
Anil Kashyap
David Scharfstein
Bankruptcy, boards, banks, and
27
2
Oct-90
355
387
Stuart C. Gilson 
9.6
blockholders: Evidence on changes
in corporate ownership and control
when firms default
The structure and governance
27
2
Oct-90
473
521
William A. Sahlman
9.4
of venture-capital organizations
The role of venture capital in
27
2
Oct-90
447
471
Christopher B. Barry
5.4
the creation of public companies:
Chris J. Muscarella
Evidence from the going-public process
John W. Peavy
 
Michael.R. Vetsuypens
Institutional investment patterns and
27
1
Sep-90
43
66
Stephen D. Prowse
5.0
corporate financial behavior in 
the United States and Japan
Habit persistence and durability in
29
2
Oct-91
199
240
Wayne E. Ferson
6.8
aggregate consumption empirical tests
George M. Constantinides 
A test of the free cash flow hypothesis:
29
2
Oct-91
315
335
Larry H. P. Lang
6.6
The case of bidder returns
René M. Stulz
Ralph A. Walkling
The consumption of stockholders
29
1
Mar-91
97
112
N. Gregory Mankiw
7.0
and nonstockholders
Stephen P. Zeldes
Measuring abnormal performance:
31
2
Apr-92
235
268
Navin Chopra
6.5
Do stocks overreact?
Josef Lakonishok
Jay R. Ritter
Does corporate performance
31
2
Apr-92
135
175
Paul M. Healy
6.3
improve after mergers?
Krishna G. Palepu
Richard S. Ruback
No news is good news:
31
3
Jun-92
281
318
John Y. Campbell
6.2
An asymmetric model of
Ludger Hentschel
changing volatility in stock returns
 
An ordered probit analysis of
31
3
Jun-92
319
379
Jerry A. Hausman
5.8
transaction stock prices
Andrew W. Lo
 
A.Craig MacKinlay
The investment opportunity set and
32
3
Dec-92
263
292
Clifford W. Smith
19.8
corporate financing, dividend,
Ross L. Watts 
and compensation policies
 
Do outside directors monitor managers?
32
2
Oct-92
195
221
John W. Byrd
7.7
Evidence from tender offer bids
Kent A. Hickman 
The impact of institutional trading
32
1
Aug-92
23
43
Josef Lakonishok
5.3
on stock prices
Andrei Shleifer
 
Robert W. Vishny
Common risk factors in the
33
1
Feb-93
3
56
Eugene F. Fama
37.3
returns on stocks and bonds
Kenneth R. French 
Institutional trades and
33
2
Apr-93
173
199
Louis K.C. Chan
Josef Lakonishok
5.5
intraday stock price behavior
Seniority and maturity
33
3
Jun-93
341
368
Douglas W. Diamond 
5.1
of debt contracts
Outside directors and the
35
3
Jun-94
371
390
James A. Brickley
8.3
adoption of poison pills
Jeffrey L. Coles
Rory L. Terry
Venture capitalists and
35
3
Jun-94
293
316
Joshua Lerner 
6.3
the decision to go public
Appointments of outsiders to
36
2
Oct-94
225
258
Steven N. Kaplan
6.2
Japanese boards: Determinants
Bernadette A. Minton 
and implications for managers
Diversification's effect on firm value
37
1
Jan-95
39
65
Philip G. Berger
17.1
Eli Ofek 
Corporate focus and stock returns
37
1
Jan-95
67
87
Robert Comment
10.7
Gregg A. Jarrell 
Asset sales and increase in focus
37
1
Jan-95
105
126
Kose John
7.6
Eli Ofek
Underperformance in long-run stock returns
38
3
Jul-95
243
267
D. Katherine Spiess
7.0
following seasoned equity offerings
John Affleck-Graves 
Executive compensation structure,
38
2
Jun-95
163
184
Hamid Mehran 
7.3
ownership and firm performance
Market underreaction to
39
2
Oct-95
181
208
David Ikenberry
11.4
open market repurchases
Josef Lakonishok
Theo Vermaelen
Poison or placebo?
39
1
Sep-95
3
43
Robert Comment
8.0
Evidence on the deterrence and wealth
G. William Schwert 
effects of modern antitakeover measures
Do corporations award CEO
39
2
Oct-95
237
269
David Yermack
7.5
stock options effectively?
Tests of microstructure hypotheses
39
2
Oct-95
321
351
Richard K. Lyons 
6.4
in the foreign exchange market
Higher market valuation of companies
40
2
Feb-96
185
211
David Yermack
13.7
with a small board of directors
Dealer versus auction markets:
41
3
Jul-96
313
357
Roger D. Huang
12.9
A paired comparison of execution costs
Hans R. Stoll
on NASDAQ and the NYSE
Detecting abnormal operating performance:
41
3
Jul-96
359
399
Brad M. Barber
9.7
The empirical power and
John D. Lyon
specification of test statistics
Debt and the marginal tax rate
41
1
May-96
41
73
John R. Graham
6.5
Market microstructure and asset pricing:
On the compensation for
illiquidity in stock returns
41
3
Jul-96
441
464
Michael J. Brennan
Avanidhar Subrahmanyam
6.0
The impact of industry shocks on
41
2
Jun-96
193
229
Mark L. Mitchell
5.2
takeover and restructuring activity
J. Harold Mulherin
Modeling the conditional distribution of
42
1
Sep-96
27
62
Stephen F. Gray
8.9
interest rates as a regime-switching process
Timing, investment opportunities, 
42
2
Oct-96
159
185
Kooyul Jung
5.7
managerial discretion,
Yong-Cheol Kim
and the security issue decision
René M. Stulz 
Proxies for the corporate marginal tax rate
42
2
Oct-96
187
221
John R. Graham
5.6
Detecting long-run abnormal stock returns:
The empirical power and
specification of test statistics
43
3
Mar-97
341
372
Brad M. Barber
John D. Lyon
17.9
Measuring long-horizon
security price performance
43
3
Mar-97
301
339
S. P. Kothari
Jerold B. Warner
10.6
Industry costs of equity
43
2
Feb-97
153
193
Eugene F. Fama
Kenneth R. French 
12.6
Emerging equity market volatility
43
1
Jan-97
29
77
Geert Bekaert
Campbell R. Harvey
8.2
Do independent directors enhance target
shareholder wealth during tender offers?
43
2
Feb-97
195
218
James F. Cotter
Anil Shivdasani
Marc Zenner
5.4
Ownership and operating performance
of companies that go public
44
3
Jun-97
281
307
Wayne H. Mikkelson
M. Megan Partch
Kshitij Shah
6.4
Why is there a home bias?
An analysis of foreign portfolio
equity ownership in Japan
46
1
Oct-97
3
28
Jun-Koo Kang
René M. Stulz
6.7
Transactions costs and investment style:
An inter-exchange analysis of
institutional equity trades
46
3
Dec-97
265
292
Donald B. Keim
Ananth Madhavan
5.9
Venture capital and the
structure of capital markets:
Banks versus stock markets
47
3
Mar-98
243
277
Bernard S. Black
Ronald J. Gilson
8.1

Ownership structure, investment,
and the corporate value: An empirical analysis

47
1
Jan-98
103
121
Myeong-Hyeon Cho
5.6
Market efficiency, long-term returns,
and behavioral finance
49
3
Sep-98
283
306
Eugene F. Fama
21.8
A model of investor sentiment
49
3
Sep-98
307
343
Nicholas Barberis
Andrei Shleifer
Robert W. Vishny
17.1
Alternative factor specifications,
security characteristics,
and the cross-section of expected stock returns
49
3
Sep-98
345
373
Michael J. Brennan
Tarun Chordia
Avanidhar Subramanian
5.9
Earnings management and
the underperformance of
seasoned equity offerings
50
1
Oct-98
63
99
Siew Hong Teoh
Ivo Welch
T.J. Wong    
7.6
The effects of bank mergers and
acquisitions on small business lending
50
2
Nov-98
187
229
Allen N. Berger
Anthony Saunders
Joseph M. Scalise
Gregory F. Udell
7.4
The relation between implied
and realized volatility
50
2
Nov-98
125
150
B.J. Christensen
N.R. Prabhala
6.0
Corporate governance, chief executive
officer compensation, and firm performance
51
3
Mar-99
371
406
John E. Core
Robert W. Holthausen
David F. Larcker
9.1
The market reaction to
international cross-listings:
Evidence from Depositary Receipts
51
1
Jan-99
103
123
Darius P. Miller
7.0
Understanding the determinants of
managerial ownership and the link
between ownership and performance
53
3
Sep-99
353
384
Charles P. Himmelberg
R.Glenn Hubbard
Darius Palia
10.4
Predictive regressions
54
3
Dec-99
375
421
Robert F. Stambaugh
5.9
Do foreign investors
destabilize stock markets?
The Korean experience in 1997
54
2
Nov-99
227
264
Hyuk Choe
Bong-Chan Kho
René M. Stulz
5.0
Uniformly least powerful
tests of market efficiency
55
3
Mar-00
361
389
Tim Loughran
Jay R. Ritter
7.7
The investment behavior and performance
of various investor types:
A study of Finland's unique data set
55
1
Jan-00
43
67
Mark S. Grinblatt
Matti Keloharju
5.0
Is the abnormal return following
equity issuances anomalous?
56
2
May-00
209
249
Alon Brav
Christopher Geczy
Paul A. Gompers
6.2
Seasoned public offerings:
Resolution of the 'new issues puzzle'
56
2
May-00
251
291
B.Espen Eckbo
Ronald A. Masulis
Řyvind Norli
6.0
A study towards a unified approach
to the joint estimation of objective and
risk neutral measures for the
purpose of  options valuation
56
3
Jun-00
407
458
Mikhail Chernov
Eric Ghysels
6.0
Eighths, sixteenths and market depth:
Changes in tick size and
liquidity provision on the NYSE
56
1
Apr-00
125
149
Michael A. Goldstein
Kenneth A. Kavajecz
5.8
Investor protection and
corporate governance
58
1
Oct-00
3
27
Rafael LaPorta
Florencio Lopez-de-Silanes
Andrei Shleifer
Robert Vishny
19.7
The separation of ownership and control
in East Asian Corporations
58
1
Oct-00
81
112
Stijn Claessens
Simeon Djankov
Larry H.P. Lang
14.3
Finance and the sources of growth
58
1
Oct-00
261
300
Thorsten Beck
Ross Levine
Norman Loayza
12.8
Corporate governance in
the Asian financial crisis
58
1
Oct-00
141
186
Simon Johnson
Peter Boone
Alasdair Breach
Eric Friedman
11.5
Financial markets and
the allocation of capital
58
1
Oct-00
187
214
Jeffrey Wurgler
9.3
The information content of stock markets:
Why do emerging markets have
synchronous stock price movements?
58
1
Oct-00
215
260
Randall Morck
Bernard Yeung
Wayne Yu
6.5
The portfolio flows of
international investors
59
2
Feb-01
151
193
Kenneth A. Froot
Paul G.J. O'Connell
Mark S. Seasholes
5.8
The theory and practice of
corporate finance: Evidence from the field
60
2
May-01
187
243
John R. Graham
Campbell R. Harvey
12.4
Disappearing dividends:
Changing firm characteristics or
lower propensity to pay?
60
1
Apr-01
3
43
Eugene F. Fama
Kenneth R. French 
8.8
The distribution of stock return volatility
61
1
Jul-01
43
76
Torben G. Andersen
Tim Bollerslev
Francis X. Diebold
Heiko Evans
10.8
Stock option plans for
non-executive employees
61
2
Aug-01
253
287
John E. Core
Wayne R. Guay
5.6
Does Delaware law improve firm value?
62
3
Dec-01
525
558
Robert Daines
7.2
The jump-risk premia implicit in options:
Evidence from an
integrated time-series study
63
1
Jan-02
3
50
Jun Pan
11.3
Expectation puzzles,
time-varying risk premia,
and affine models of the term structure
63
3
Mar-02
415
441
Qiang Dai
Kenneth J. Singleton
5.0
Industry growth and capital allocation:
Does having a market- or
bank-based system matter?
64
2
May-02
147
180
Thorsten Beck
Ross Levine
5.8
The ultimate ownership of
Western European corporations
65
3
Sep-02
365
395
Marra Faccio
Larry H. P. Lang
8.0
The market for borrowing stock
66
2
Nov-02
271
306
Gene D'Avolio
7.5
Protection of minority shareholder interests,
cross-listings in the United States,
and subsequent equity offerings
66
1
Oct-02
65
104
William A. Reese
Michael S. Weisbach
5.5
Breadth of ownership and stock returns
66
2
Nov-02
171
205
Joseph Chen
Harrison Hong
Jeremy C. Stein
5.3
Short-sale constraints and stock returns
66
2
Nov-02
207
239
Charles M. Jones
Owen A. Lamont
5.3
Investor protection and equity markets
66
1
Oct-02
3
27
Andrei Shleifer
Daniel Wolfenzon
5.0
The value of corporate voting rights
and control: A cross-country analysis
68
3
Jun-03
325
351
Tatiana Nenova
6.0
Style investing
68
2
May-03
161
199
Nicholas Barberis
Andrei Shleifer
5.3
The great reversals: The politics of
financial development in the 20th Century
69
1
Jul-03
5
50
Raghuram G. Rajan
Luigi Zingales
9.7
Earnings management and investor
protection: An international comparison
69
3
Sep-03
505
527
Christian Leuz
Dhananjay Nanda
Peter D. Wysocki
6.0
Stock market driven acquisitions
70
3
Dec-03
295
311
Andrei Shleifer
Robert W. Vishny
7.0
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