Faculty & Departments

Did We Waste a Recession?

August 6, 2013

This New York Times article discusses a project led by Finance Professor Paul Schultz on figuring out what caused the financial crisis and how to prevent a sequel.
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Debating the Merits of the Boom in Merger Lawsuits

March 8, 2013

This New York Times article mentions a report that Finance Professor Matt Cain co-authors about merger litigation.
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Is Your Fund Manager Active Enough?

January 12, 2013

This Barron's article quotes Finance Professor Martijn Cremers about "active share", a measure that predicts fund manager performance.
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Evidence Against Short Sale Bans

August 10, 2012

This Wall Street Journal Blog mentions the research on short-selling bans conducted by finance professors Robert Battalio and Paul Schultz.
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Carlyle Group reports $59M non-cash loss in 2nd quarter

August 8, 2012

Finance Professor Tim Loughran is quoted in this Washington Post article about the Carlyle Groups stock performance.
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Controlling for the weather: Hedging increases firm value, new study shows

June 20, 2012

Active risk management policies in corporate financing, such as the use of hedging, lead to an increase in firm value, according to research co-authored by Hayong Yun.
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Malpass to receive management award

May 24, 2012

Malpass receives NACUBO 2012 Rodney H. Adams Endowment Management Award
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Carlyle Weighs Lower IPO Price at Discount to Blackstone

May 2, 2012

Finance Professor Tim Loughran is quoted in this Businessweek article about the Carlyle Group's lower IPO price.
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Must read: Deal Prof's study of competition for M&A litigation

January 17, 2012

Finance Professor Matt Cain’s research on mergers and acquisitions transaction-related litigation is discussed in this Thomson Reuters News & Insight article.
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WSJ Heard on the Street: Sophie Shive and Hayong Yun

December 27, 2011

The research of finance professors Sophie Shive and Hayong Yun was cited in The Wall Street Journal's "Overheard" column.
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