RFS Editor Robin Greenwood was interviewed for a piece in The Wall Street Journal titled, “Activist Investors Are Shaking Up Business Schools, Too.” Read the article online here.
RFS Editor Robin Greenwood’s research is referenced in BloombergView, in a piece titled, “Why Economists Have Trouble With Bubbles.” Read the article online here.
RFS Editor Stefan Nagel’s research is referenced in U.S. News & World Report, in a piece titled, “What’s the Future of Finance?” Read the article online here.
The Editor’s Choice article for August 2015 (issue 28/8) is “Shareholder Voting and Corporate Governance Around the World” by Peter Iliev, Karl V. Lins, Darius P. Miller, and Lukas Roth. You can read the article free online here.
RFS Editor Itay Goldstein’s research is referenced in a MarketWatch piece titled, “Fed says stress test models will stay a secret.” Read the article online here.
A new installment of Andrew Karolyi’s Executive Editor blog is now available. This month’s feature, “Can We Always Invest Like Mr. Spock, and Not Homer Simpson?” examines “Confusion of Confusions: A Test of the Disposition Effect and Momentum” by Justin Birru. Visit the RFS Executive Editor Blog to read the post.
Beginning today, July 1, RFS welcomes the following Associate Editors: Hui Chen, Todd Gormley, Zhiguo He, Gerard Hoberg, Victoria Ivashina, Dirk Jenter, Amiyatosh Purnanandam, and Paul Tetlock.
We thank our retiring Associate Editors: Peter Christoffersen, Mariassunta Giannetti, Eitan Goldman, John Griffin, Wei Jiang, Simi Kedia, and Berk Sensoy.
The Editor’s Choice article for July 2015 (issue 28/7) is “Confusion of Confusions: A Test of the Disposition Effect and Momentum” by Justin Birru. You can read the article free online here.
RFS Executive Editor Andrew Karolyi’s paper is featured on the Financial Times Alphaville blog in a post titled, “The mysterious decline in the number of US public companies.” Read the blog post online here.
The fee for submitting to an SFS journal (RAPS, RCFS, or RFS) will be increasing on July 1, 2015. The new submission fee will be $240 for members and $300 for nonmembers.
Accordingly, we’ll also be increasing our referee payments. The new referee payment for an on-time report will be $200, beginning July 1.