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ICF Spring Break Reading List 2020

spring breakIn the spirit of spring break and working from home, the ICF has compiled a “light” reading list consisting of recent articles, working papers, and publications by the Yale SOM finance faculty to keep you entertained! Now is a great time to catch up on all of that finance-related reading that you’ve been meaning to do…

ICF Spring Break Reading List:
  1. Nicholas Barberis:Prospect Theory and Stock Market Anomalies” (Working Paper)
  2. James Choi:Carhart (1997) Mutual Fund Performance Persistence Disappears Out of Sample” (Working paper)
  3. William B. English:The Fed is pulling out all the stops – which is good and bad,” NBC News
  4. Stefano Giglio & Bryan T. Kelly: Equity Term Structures without Dividend Strips Data” (Working Paper)
  5. William Goetzmann:The Stock Market Grapples With Coronavirus: How Bad Could It Get?Connecticut Public Radio
  6. Paul Goldsmith-Pinkham: Study Finds Declaring Bankruptcy May Not Hurt Future Employment Prospects,” Yale Insights
  7. Gary Gorton & Geert Rouwenhorst: Are commodity investments worth making for a typical investor?The Ledger
  8. Roger Ibbotson: Yale SOM Takes its Online Stock Trading Game Public,” Yale School of Management
  9. Jonathan Ingersoll:Jonathan E. Ingersoll is Selected as New AFA Fellow,” The American Finance Association
  10. Song Ma:Killer Acquisitions” (Working Paper)
  11. Andrew Metrick:As Recession Looms, Priority Is Lessening Severity, Easing Financial Stress,” The Wall Street Journal
  12. Tobias J. Moskowitz & Kelly Shue:The simple maths error that can lead to bankruptcy,” BBC News
  13. Matthew Spiegel: Is the Risk of Sea Level Rise Capitalized in Residential Real Estate?The Review of Financial Studies, Volume 33, Issue 3, March 2020, Pages 1217–1255.
  14. Heather Tookes:Female Representation in the Academic Finance Profession” (Working Paper)
  15. Alexander Zentefis: Bank Net Worth and Frustrated Monetary Policy” (Working Paper)