2012 UBS Global Asset Management Award for Research in Investments: Stefano Giglio and Kelly Shue, "No news is news. Do markets underreact to nothing?"
2012 Best Paper Award: David Solimon and Eugene Soltes, "What are we meeting for? The consequences of private meetings with investors"
2012 Michael J. Barclay Young Scholar Award: Andrew MacKinlay, "(How) Do taxes affect capital structure?,"
and Stephen McKeon, "Manager-initiated versus investor-initiated equity issuances"
2012 Best Discussant Award: Michael Roberts
2011 Best Paper Award: William Johnson, Jonathan Karpoff, and Sangho Li, "Why do IPO firms have takeover defenses "
2011 Michael J. Barclay Young Scholar Award: Jesse Blocher, "Contagious capital: A network analysis of interconnected intermediaries"
2011 Best Discussant Award: Jonathan Lewellen
2010 Best Paper Award: Sophie Shive, "Local investors, price discovery, and market efficiency "
2010 Michael J. Barclay Ph.D. Student Award: Moqi Xu, "CEO Contract Horizon and Investment"
2010 Best Discussant Award: Joey Engleberg
2009 Best Paper Award: Alex Edmans, Xavier Gabiax, and Tomasz Sadzik, "Dynamic Incentive Accounts"
2009 Best Discussant Award: Eric Zitzewitz
2008 Best Paper Award: William J. Mayew and Mohan Venkata, "The Power of Voice: Managerial Affective State and Future Firm Performance."
2008 Michael J. Barclay Ph.D. Student Award: Breno Schmidt, "Costs and Benefits of 'Friendly Boards' During Mergers and Acquisitions"
2008 Best Discussant Award: Sergei Davydenko
2007 Best Paper Award: David Goldreich and Lukasz Pomorski, "Bargaining Power and Negotiated Division of Prizes in Poker Tournaments"
2007 Michael J. Barclay Ph.D. Student Award: Siddhartha G. Dastidar, "Does Asset Supply Affect Asset Returns? Evidence from the Agency Bond Market"
2007 Best Discussant Award: Rajesh Aggarwal
2006 Best Paper Award: Martijn Cremers and Antti Petajisto, "How active is your fund manager?"
2006 Best Ph.D. Student Paper Award: Tony Tang, "Information asymmetry and firms' credit market access: Evidence from Moody's credit rating format refinement"
2006 Best Discussant Award: Eric Zitzewitz
2006 at a Glance: 75% of program currently published (in JF, RFS, JFE, JE Lit). 12.5% of program published as lead article.
2005 Best Paper Award: Clifford
G. Holderness, "A Contrarian
view of ownership concentration in the United States and around
2005 Best Ph.D. Student Paper Award: Camelia
M. Kuhnen, "Social networks, corporate governance and
contracting in the mutual fund industry"
2005 Best Discussant Award: Wayne Ferson
2005 at a Glance: 90% of program currently in published (in JF, RFS, or JFE). 30% of program published as lead article.
2004 Best Paper Award: Jarrad Harford and Kai Li, "Decoupling
CEO wealth and firm performance:The case of acquiring CEOs"
2004 at a Glance: 80% of program currently published.