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Corporate Finance Projects
This project aims to advance knowledge of the reasons behind the variation in style of managerial communication, of what investors can learn from implicit facets of communication, and of how firms achieve credible communication.
The objective of this study is to characterize the interactions between merger activity, on the one hand, and firms’ entry, exit, and investment decisions, on the other. It will do so across the business cycle.
The objective of this research project is to study the effects of tax reform on corporate ownership and the consequences of any ownership changes for firms' investment decisions and performance.
The aim of this project is to study the effects on Tobin’s q and firm survival when management focuses its attention on maximizing the performance of assets in place rather than on developing new growth opportunities.
This project aims to shed further light on the magnitude of manager-shareholder conflicts, on their effects on corporate behavior and economic growth, and on the effectiveness of governance mechanisms in alleviating such conflicts.