Financial Crises and Financial Intermediation
- Changing Risk-Return Profiles, with Richard Crump and Domenico Giannone
- Anonymous Capital Flows and U.S. Housing Markets, with Ville Rantala
- Does Going Easy on Distressed Banks Help the Macroeconomy? Submitted
- Coverage of working paper (Financial Times 10/2017)
- No Such Thing as a Free Option? Revise and Resubmit, Review of Finance
- Encouraging Automation Improves Borrower Repayments Submitted
- A blogpost on insurance expansion (the ACA) and the associated changes in higher. ed. choices and student loan repayment
- A blogpost on cryptocurrency adoption
Behavioural Economics & Finance
- Is the Longshot Bias a Context Effect?, with Andrew Meyer
- Anchoring to Industry Multiples in IPO Pricing, with Sami Torstila
- Best Quantitative Paper Award, Behavioral Finance Working Group 2018 Conference, Queen Mary University of London
- Inspired by contrast effects and the common practice of using industry comparables to price new issues, we test for anchoring of initial equity valuations to peer valuation multiples and find novel predictability of IPO under/overpricing.
- Earlier versions of this work (2015 and prior) circulated at Yale and on SSRN under the title "Compare and Contrast."
- Long-run Planners Live Longer, with Joe Gladstone Submitted