Submitted papers were peer-reviewed and rated by at least one member of the Program Committee. Papers were evaluated based on the quality of the analysis and the relevance of the paper’s topic for the Symposium. These ratings were combined to create a composite score for each paper. The Program Chairs selected the final papers from among the top 15 submissions with the highest composite scores. These papers will be presented at the Symposium on June 7, 2013.
Program Committee Chairs:
Brad M. Barber
Gallagher Professor of Finance
Graduate School of Management
University of California, Davis
Robert J. Jackson Jr.
Assoc. Professor of Law, Milton Handler
Fellow Co-Director, Ira M. Millstein Center for
Global Markets and Corporate Ownership
Columbia Law School
Program Committee Members:
Rob Bauer, Maastricht University
Alon Brav, Duke University
James Bushnell, UC Davis Department of Economics
John Core, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) – Sloan School of Management
Martijn Cremers, University of Notre Dame
Roger Edelen, UC Davis Graduate School of Management
Jeff Gordon, Columbia Law School
Yaniv Grinstein, Cornell University
Nadja Guenster, Maastricht University
Harrison Hong, Princeton University
Wei Jiang, Columbia University
Steve Kaplan, University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Jonathan Karpoff, University of Washington
Robert Marquez, UC Davis Graduate School of Management
Andrew Metrick, Yale University
Anna Scherbina, UC Davis Graduate School of Management
Laura Starks, University of Texas at Austin
Ayako Yasuda, UC Davis Graduate School of Management
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