Publications by Gary B. Gorton

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Self-generating trade and rational fads: The response of price to new information
J. Dow and G. Gorton
Rodney L. White Center for Financial Research
1989
Slapped by the Invisible Hand: The Panic of 2007
G. Gorton
Oxford University Press
2010
Some Reflections on the Recent Financial Crisis
G. B. Gorton
2012
Special purpose vehicles and securitization
G. B. Gorton and N. S. Souleles
University of Chicago Press
The Risks of Financial Institutions
2007
Stock market efficiency and economic efficiency: is there a connection?
J. Dow and G. Gorton
The Journal of Finance
1997
Stock price manipulation, market microstructure and asymmetric information
F. Allen and G. Gorton
National Bureau of Economic Research
European Economic Review
1991
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The design of bank loan contracts
G. Gorton and J. Kahn
Review of Financial Studies
2000
The Financial Crisis of 2007-2009
G. Gorton and A. Metrick
2012
The Flight from Maturity
G. B. Gorton, A. Metrick, and L. Xie
The fundamentals of commodity futures returns
G. B. Gorton, F. Hayashi and G. Rouwenhorst
Review of Finance
2013
The Information Acquisition Sensitivity of a Security
The Limitations of Stock Market Efficiency: Price Informativeness and CEO Turnover
G. B. Gorton, L. Huang, and Q. Kang
2013
The loan sales market
G. Gorton and J. G. Haubrich
JAI Press
Research in Financial Services
1990
The panic of 2007
G. B. Gorton
Proceedings of the 2008 Jackson Hole Conference, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Maintaining Stability in a Changing Financial System
2008
The paradox of loan sales
G. B. Gorton and J. G. Haubrich
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Proceedings
1986
The Safe-Asset Share
G. B. Gorton, S. Lewellen and A. Metrick
American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings
2012
The Subprime Panic*
G. Gorton
European Financial Management
2009
The Supply and Demand for Safe Assests
G. Gorton and G. Ordonez
2013
Trading, communication and the response of asset prices to news
J. Dow and G. Gorton
The Economic Journal
1993
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Understanding Financial Crises
G. B. Gorton

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