The following articles have been accepted for publication in The Journal of Finance and are scheduled to appear in the April 2018 issue. You can read the full text of all upcoming articles on the AFA website at the following address:http://www.afajof.orgARTICLESSule Alan, Mehmet Cemalcilar, Dean Karlan, and Jonathan Zinman, “Unshrouding: Evidence from Bank Overdrafts in Turkey,” University of Essex, Koc University, Yale University, and Dartmouth College.Anthony A. DeFusco, “Homeowner Borrowing and Housing Collateral: New Evidence from Expiring Price Controls,” Northwestern University.Christophe Pérignon, David Thesmar, and Guillaume Vuillemey, “Wholesale Funding Dry‐Ups,” HEC Paris, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and HEC Paris.Pablo Kurlat, “Liquidity as Social Expertise,” Stanford University.Jonathan M. Karpoff and Michael D. Wittry, “Institutional and Legal Context in Natural Experiments: The Case of State Antitakeover Laws,” University of Washington.Francisco Barillas and Jay Shanken, “Comparing Asset Pricing Models,” Emory University.Joseph Engelberg, Adam Reed, and Matthew Ringgenberg, “Short‐Selling Risk,” University of California at San Diego, University of North Carolina, and University of Utah.Michael Schwert, “Bank Capital and Lending Relationships,” The Ohio State University.Milo Bianchi, “Financial Literacy and Portfolio Dynamics,” Toulouse School of Economics.Christopher S. Jones and Joshua Shemesh, “Option Mispricing Around Nontrading Periods,” University of Southern California and Monash University.
The Journal of Finance – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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