“Subsidiary Legal Entities and Innovation” by Kenneth Ayotte
The winners of the RCFS Awards were announced at the Awards Reception on Tuesday, May 17, at the SFS Finance Cavalcade Conference. We are pleased to now share the winners:
Best Paper Award
“Do Consumers Choose the Right Credit Contracts?”
Sumit Agarwal, Souphala Chomsisengphet, Chunlin Liu, and Nicholas S. Souleles
Referee of the Year
Congratulations to all our award winners!
For past award history, please visit our Awards page.
RCFS welcomes Gregor Matvos as an Editor, replacing Amit Seru, who will retire from his position. We thank Amit for his service to the journal.
RCFS also welcomes Carola Frydman and Victoria Ivashina as Associate Editors. We thank retiring Associate Editors Thomas Noe and Amir Sufi for their service.
All changes are effective July 1, 2016.
Cavalcade 2016 will feature a special presentation from the Review of Corporate Finance Studies on Tuesday, May 17, at 3:45pm. The presented paper will be “Spillovers in Local Banking Markets” by Mark Garmaise and Gabriel Natividad.
Please note that the mailing address of the Society for Financial Studies and The Review of Corporate Finance Studies has changed. The new address is posted online at Contact Us.
RCFS Editor Amit Seru’s research is featured in a Chicago Tribune piece, “Study finds reason to be wary of financial advisers” and in a Washington Post piece, “This is how unethical financial advisers can get away with it.”
“Innovation, Competition, and Investment Timing” by Yrjo Koskinen and Joril Maeland
A new working paper titled “Do Acceptance and Publication Times Differ Across Finance Journals?” by Craig Holden examines the time that eventually-published articles take from first-round submission to final-round acceptance for the top-20 finance journals and top-tier business journals. He finds that the two fastest finance journals are the Review of Corporate Finance Studies and the Review of Asset Pricing Studies, with median acceptance times of 7.3 months and 7.8 months, respectively. For the top-three finance journals, he finds that the median acceptance time at the Journal of Financial Economics is 9.9 months, at the Review of Financial Studies is 15.3 months, and at the Journal of Finance is 19.8 months. See his paper on SSRN.