2021 journal article
Funding Liquidity Risk and the Dynamics of Hedge Fund Lockups
JOURNAL OF FINANCIAL AND QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS, 56(4), 1321–1349.
By: A. Aiken *, C. Clifford*, J. Ellis & Q. Huang*
How Does Forced-CEO-Turnover Experience Affect Directors?
JOURNAL OF FINANCIAL AND QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS, 56(4), 1163–1191.
By: J. Ellis , L. Guo* & S. Mobbs *
2020 journal article
Corruption and Corporate Innovation
JOURNAL OF FINANCIAL AND QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS, 55(7), 2124–2149.
By: J. Ellis , J. Smith & R. White *
Do Politicians "Put Their Money Where Their Mouth Is?" Ideology and Portfolio Choice
MANAGEMENT SCIENCE, 66(1), 376–396.
By: A. Aiken *, J. Ellis & M. Kang*
The Causal Effects of Proximity on Investment: Evidence from Flight Introductions
JOURNAL OF FINANCIAL AND QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS, 55(6), 1978–2004.
By: J. Ellis , L. Madureira & S. Underwood
2018 journal article
Hedge Fund Boards and the Market for Independent Directors
JOURNAL OF FINANCIAL AND QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS, 53(5), 2067–2101.
By: C. Clifford, J. Ellis & W. Gerken
Playing Favorites? Industry Expert Directors in Diversified Firms
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 53(4), 1679–1714.
By: J. Ellis , C. Fee & S. Thomas
The Only Fund in Town? Geographic Segmentation in the US Mutual Fund Industry
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, 47(3), 715–737.
By: J. Ellis & S. Underwood
2017 journal article
Portable country governance and cross border acquisitions
Journal of International Business Studies, 48(2), 148–173.
By: J. Ellis , S. Moeller*, F. Schlingemann* & R. Stulz*
2015 journal article
Hedge funds and discretionary liquidity restrictions
Journal of Financial Economics, 116(1), 197–218.
By: A. Aiken *, C. Clifford* & J. Ellis
The value of funds of hedge funds: Evidence from their holdings
Management Science, 61(10), 2415–2429.
2012 journal article
Out of the Dark: Hedge Fund Reporting Biases and Commercial Databases
Review of Financial Studies, 26(1), 208–243.
Proprietary Costs and the Disclosure of Information About Customers
Journal of Accounting Research, 50(3), 685–727.
By: J. Ellis , C. Fee* & S. Thomas n
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