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Professor Reuven Lehavy shows how after-hours trading reveals an elusive element of investor sentiment at the company level.
Professors Jun Li and Andrew Wu show public and private companies behave differently after pledging corporate social responsibility initiatives.
Professor Amiyatosh Purnanandam says SNAP’s non-voting share sale sidesteps a fundamental principle of corporate governance.
Research by Michigan Ross professors suggests new rule for brokers and advisers doesn’t address some problems.
Professors Ryan Ball and Venky Nagar show that government uncertainty has significant effects.
Research by Professor Nejat Seyhun shows some general counsels dump company stock before fraud is made public.
Research by Professor Martin Schmalz shows industry performance, not the firm’s, becomes executive pay benchmark when companies have common owners.
New research by Professor Mihir Mehta shows how companies flee from audit firms who lose big clients and flock to those who win them.