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Ruediger Fahlenbrach
Ruediger Fahlenbrach
Professor of Finance, Swiss Finance Institute and EPFL
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Bank CEO incentives and the credit crisis
R Fahlenbrach, RM Stulz
Journal of financial economics 99 (1), 11-26, 2011
14432011
Derivatives markets
RL McDonald, M Cassano, R Fahlenbrach
Addison-Wesley, 2006
8032006
Founder-CEOs, investment decisions, and stock market performance
R Fahlenbrach
Journal of financial and Quantitative Analysis 44 (2), 439-466, 2009
713*2009
Large shareholders and corporate policies
H Cronqvist, R Fahlenbrach
The Review of Financial Studies 22 (10), 3941-3976, 2008
5652008
This time is the same: Using bank performance in 1998 to explain bank performance during the recent financial crisis
R Fahlenbrach, R Prilmeier, RM Stulz
The Journal of Finance 67 (6), 2139-2185, 2012
5072012
Why do firms appoint CEOs as outside directors?
R Fahlenbrach, A Low, RM Stulz
Journal of Financial Economics 97 (1), 12-32, 2010
4102010
Large blocks of stock: Prevalence, size, and measurement
J Dlugosz, R Fahlenbrach, P Gompers, A Metrick
Journal of Corporate Finance 12 (3), 594-618, 2006
3712006
Shareholder rights, boards, and CEO compensation
R Fahlenbrach
Review of Finance 13 (1), 81-113, 2009
3652009
Managerial ownership dynamics and firm value
R Fahlenbrach, RM Stulz
Journal of Financial Economics 92 (3), 342-361, 2009
3132009
Do exogenous changes in passive institutional ownership affect corporate governance and firm value?
C Schmidt, R Fahlenbrach
Journal of financial economics 124 (2), 285-306, 2017
2852017
How valuable is financial flexibility when revenue stops? Evidence from the COVID-19 crisis
R Fahlenbrach, K Rageth, RM Stulz
The Review of Financial Studies 34 (11), 5474-5521, 2021
2452021
Estimating the effects of large shareholders using a geographic instrument
B Becker, H Cronqvist, R Fahlenbrach
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis 46 (4), 907-942, 2011
2032011
Institutional investors and mutual fund governance: Evidence from retail–institutional fund twins
RB Evans, R Fahlenbrach
The Review of Financial Studies 25 (12), 3530-3571, 2012
1492012
The dark side of outside directors: Do they quit when they are most needed?
R Fahlenbrach, A Low, RM Stulz
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2010
1112010
Why does fast loan growth predict poor performance for banks?
R Fahlenbrach, R Prilmeier, RM Stulz
The Review of Financial Studies 31 (3), 1014-1063, 2018
1032018
Do independent director departures predict future bad events?
R Fahlenbrach, A Low, RM Stulz
The Review of Financial Studies 30 (7), 2313-2358, 2017
912017
Former CEO directors: lingering CEOs or valuable resources?
R Fahlenbrach, BA Minton, CH Pan
The Review of Financial Studies 24 (10), 3486-3518, 2011
892011
Why don't all banks practice regulatory arbitrage? Evidence from usage of trust-preferred securities
NM Boyson, R Fahlenbrach, RM Stulz
The Review of Financial Studies 29 (7), 1821-1859, 2016
742016
Shareholder rights and CEO compensation
R Fahlenbrach
University of Pennsylvania, Institute for Law and Economics Research Paper, 2003
712003
CEO contract design: How do strong principals do it?
H Cronqvist, R Fahlenbrach
Journal of Financial Economics 108 (3), 659-674, 2013
672013
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