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Liquidity: Replications, Extensions, and Critique (2019, Vol 8-1/2)
Future Issues (No Ordering)
Planned Volumes beyond #8. The volumes/issues have not yet been determined. We will try to bundle papers with similar topics to increase reader interest, although this changes the order of acceptance time and publication time across papers. However, you can cite these papers as CFR, 2020, forthcoming, for now.
- Matthias Fleckenstein, Francis A. Longstaff, and Ilya A. Strebulaev. Corporate Taxes and Capital Structure: A Long-term Historical Perspective.
- Stewart C. Myers and James A. Read, Jr. Real Options, Taxes and Financial Leverage.
- Jun Kyung Auh and Suresh Sundaresan. Repo Priority Right and the Bankruptcy Code.
- George D. Blind and Stefania Lottanti von Mandach. Not a Coincidence: Sons-in-Law as Successors in Successful Japanese Family Firms .
- Patrick Augustin and Menachem Brenner and Jianfeng Hu and Marti G. Subrahmanyam. Are Corporate Spin-offs Prone to Insider Trading.
- David M. Reeb and Wanli Zhao. Patents Do Not Measure Innovation Success, Feb 2019.
- Lilia Mukhlynina and Kjell G. Nyborg. The Choice of Valuation Techniques in Practice: Education versus Profession. (Supp)
- Samangi Bandaranayake, Kuntal Das, and W. Robert Reed. Are Competitive Banking Systems Really More Stable? (corrected May 2018).
Corporate Financy / Closer To AP
- John E. Hund and Donald Monk and Sheri Tice. The Berger-Ofek Diversification Discount is Just Poor Firm Matching.
- Yongjin Kim and Bryan R. Routledge. Does Macro-Asset Pricing Matter for Corporate Finance.
- Timothy C. Johnson.
Economic Uncertainty, Aggregate Debt, and the Real Effects of Corporate Finance(appendices to go online in printed version, but not in electronic version).
- James W. Kolari and Seppo Pynnonen and Ahmet M. Tuncez. On long-run stock returns after corporate events .
- Hendrik Bessembinder and Feng Zhang. Long Run Stock Returns after Corporate Events Revisited .
Asset Pricy -- Derivatives
- George M. Constantinides and Lei Lian. The Supply and Demand of S&P 500 Put Options.
- Martin Wallmeier. Mispricing of Index Options with Respect to Stochastic Dominance Bounds?
- George M. Constantinides and Michal Czerwonko and Jens Carsten Jackwerth and Stylianos Perrakis. Mispricing of Index Options with Respect to Stochastic Dominance Bounds? A Reply.
- Panayiotis C. Andreou and Anastasios Kagkadis and Paulo Maio and Dennis Philip. Dispersion in options investors’ versus analysts’ expectations: Predictive inference for stock returns (Supplementals), August 2019.
Asset Pricy -- Other
- Andrew C. Chang and Phillip Li. Is Economics Research Replicable? Sixty Published Papers from Thirteen Journals Say "Often Not".
- Robert J. Hodrick and Tuomas Tomunen. Taking the Cochrane-Piazzesi Term Structure Model Out of Sample: More Data, Additional Currencies, and FX Implications, Jul 2019. Data and Programs.
- Juha Joenväärä, Mikko Kauppila, Robert Kosowski, and Pekka Tolonen. Hedge Fund Performance: Are Stylized Facts Sensitive to Which Database One Uses?, March 2019. (data)
- Xing Han. Understanding the Performance of Components in Betting Against Beta. (Included appendix will become online.)
- Timothy B. Riley. Can mutual fund stars still pick stocks?: A replication and extension of Kosowski, Timmermann, Wermers, and White (2006).
- Petre Caraiani and Dan Gabriel Anghel. Stock Prices Still Move Too Much For Dividends But Less So: A Reappraisal of Shiller 1981. (Programs and Data)
- Philip Gray and Thanh Huynh. Treasury Rates No Longer Predict Returns: A Reappraisal of Breen, Glosten and Jagannathan (1989). (Programs and Data)
Replication papers could eventually be printed either in their areas or with one another. This has not yet been determined.
Whenever possible, the CFR requests that authors choose titles that make the key point of their paper clear even without reading the abstract.