The dual submission decisions for the 3rd Edinburgh-SUFE Shanghai Fintech Conference have been sent. If you submitted your paper as a dual submission to RCFS and did not receive your decision email, please contact us.
The Review of Corporate Finance Studies presents a new initiative: the RCFS Blog, written by Executive Editor Andrew Ellul. The blog will feature commentary on published papers as well as on papers presented at RCFS-sponsored conferences. In the inaugural post, Professor Ellul discusses two papers that were presented at the conference on Finance, Labor, and Inequality in June 2019. The papers featured are “Mergers and Managers: Manager-Specific Wage Premiums and Rent Extraction in M&As” by Alex Xi (MIT) and Daniel le Maire (University of Copenhagen) and “The Origins and Real Effects of the Gender Gap: Evidence from CEOs’ Formative Years” by Ran Duchin (University of Washington), Mike Simutin (University of Toronto), and Denis Sosyura (Arizona State University). Read the full post on the blog.
“Corporate Innovation and Returns” by Jan Bena and Lorenzo Garlappi
The 9th MoFiR Workshop on Banking is now accepting submissions. Please see the conference web site for full details. The workshop, which features a dual submission option with RCFS, will take place June 4-5, 2020, in Lisbon, Portugal. The RCFS sponsoring editor is Andrew Ellul. The submission deadline is December 15, 2019.
Oxford University Press’s new virtual issue on economic history features RCFS paper “Investment-Banking Relationships: 1933-2007” by Alan D. Morrison, Carola Schenone, Aaron Thegeya, and William J. Wilhelm, Jr.
The virtual issue is free to read until the end of December.
“Cross-Country Competitive Effects of Cross-Listings” by Sergei Sarkissian and Yan Wang
“The Mutual Friend: Dual Holder Monitoring and Firm Investment Efficiency” by Miguel Anton and Luca X. Lin
“Corporate Inversions: Going Beyond Tax Incentives” by Burcin Col, Rose Liao, and Stefan Zeume