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The High Volume Return Premium
Simon Gervais, Ron Kaniel, Dan Mingelgrin

Is the Abnormal Return Following Equity Issuances Anomalous?
Alon Brav, Christopher Geczy, Paul A. Gompers

The Social Security Trust Fund, the Riskless Interest Rate, and Capital Accumulation
Andrew B. Abel

Going Public with Asymmetric Information, Agency Costs, and Dynamic Trading
Armando Gomes

Multiple Large Shareholders in Corporate Governance
Armando Gomes

Value-at-Risk Based Risk Management: Optimal Policies and Asset Prices
Suleyman Basak and Alex Shapiro

Nonlinear Taxation, Tax Arbitrage and Equilibrium Asset Prices
Suleyman Basak and Benjamin Croitoru

The Cross Section of Common Stock Returns: A Review of the Evidence and Some New Findings
Gabriel Hawawini, Donald B. Keim

Organizational Design Choices in Retail Banking
Venky Nagar

Quantitative Asset Pricing Implications of Endogenous Solvency Constraints
Fernando Alvarez, Urban J. Jermann

Mutual Fund Returns and Market Microstructure
Mark M. Carhart, Ron Kaniel, David K. Musto, Adam Reed

Econometric Models of Limit-Order Executions
Andrew W. Lo, A. Craig MacKinlay, June Zhang

Asset Pricing Models: Implications for Expected Returns and Portfolio Selection
A. Craig MacKinlay, Lubos Pastor

[PUBLISHED] #14-99
Adverse Selection and Competitive Market Making: Empirical Evidence from a Pure Limit Order Market
Patrik Sandas
Review of Financial Studies, Volume 14, 2001, pp. 705-734                             [abstract]

[PUBLISHED] #15-99
Imperfect Market Monitoring and SOES Trading
Thierry Foucalt, Ailsa Roell, Patrik Sandas

Comparing Asset Pricing Models: An Investment Perspective
Lubos Pastor, Robert F. Stambaugh

Equilibrium Mispricing in a Capital Market with Portfolio Constraints
Suleyman Basak, Benjamin Croitoru

Should Investors Avoid All Actively Managed Mutual Funds? A Study in Bayesian Performance Evaluation
Klaas Baks, Andrew Metrick, Jessica Wachter

Estimating the Returns to Insider Trading
Leslie A. Jeng, Andrew Metrick, Richard Zeckhauser

Institutional Investors and Equity Prices
Paul A. Gompers, Andrew Metrick

A Theory of Negotiations and Formation of Coalitions
Armando Gomes

On the Formation and Structure of International Exchanges
Matthew J. Clayton, Bjorn N. Jorgensen, Kenneth A. Kavajecz

[PUBLISHED} #23-99
Asset Pricing with Heterogeneous Consumers and Limited Participation: Empirical Evidence
Alon Brav, George Constantinides, Christopher Geczy
Journal of Political Economcy (2002) Vol. 110, No. 4, pp. 793-824              

Household Securities Purchases, Transactions Costs, and Hedging Motives

Nicholas S. Souleles

The wildcard option in transaction mutual-fund shares
John M.R. Chalmers, Roger M. Edelen, Gregory B. Kadlec

Aggregate Prixe Effects of Institutional Trading: A Study of Mutual Fund Flow and Market Returns
Roger M. Edelen, Jerold B. Warner

Mutual fund trading costs
John M.R. Chalmers, Roger M. Edelen, Gregory B. Kadlec

Choices Among Alternative Risk Management Strategies: Evidence from the Natural Gas Industry
Christopher C. Geczy, Bernadette A. Minton, and Catherine Schrand

An Empirical Analysis of Limit Order Markets
Burton Hollifield, Robert A. Miller, patrik Sandas

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