Fellow of the Financial Institutions Center (FIC)
Alex Edmans mostly deals with Corporate governance, Incentive, Shareholder, Earnings and Microeconomics. His study in Corporate governance is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Market liquidity and Monetary economics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Financial market, Market price and Investment.
Alex Edmans studied Shareholder and Financial economics that intersect with Rate of return, Socially responsible investing and Corporate finance. His research investigates the connection with Earnings and areas like Equity which intersect with concerns in Cash. His research in Microeconomics focuses on subjects like Enterprise value, which are connected to Business value.
His primary scientific interests are in Incentive, Monetary economics, Corporate governance, Principal–agent problem and Microeconomics. The Executive compensation research Alex Edmans does as part of his general Incentive study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Vesting, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His work carried out in the field of Monetary economics brings together such families of science as Cash flow, Arbitrage, Limits to arbitrage, Financial market and Investment.
His studies deal with areas such as Financial market efficiency and Earnings as well as Investment. His work on Shareholder as part of general Corporate governance research is frequently linked to Intervention and Empirical evidence, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Shareholder research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Financial economics and Property rights.
His primary areas of study are Incentive, Corporate governance, Executive compensation, Equity and Shareholder value. His Incentive study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Principal–agent problem and Monetary economics. Alex Edmans combines subjects such as Financial market and Investment with his study of Monetary economics.
His work in Corporate governance addresses issues such as Common ownership, which are connected to fields such as Adverse selection, Financial system and Diversification. His Executive compensation research incorporates elements of Marketing, Profit and Pension. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Equity, Book value is strongly linked to Financial economics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Incentive, Corporate governance, Vesting, Equity and Shareholder value. Incentive and Diversification are frequently intertwined in his study. Alex Edmans has included themes like Endogeneity and Common ownership, Market economy in his Corporate governance study.
Alex Edmans frequently studies issues relating to Financial market and Equity. His studies in Shareholder value integrate themes in fields like Executive compensation, Public economics and Pay for performance. His work is dedicated to discovering how Stock price, Earnings are connected with Investment and other disciplines.
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Does the Stock Market Fully Value Intangibles? Employee Satisfaction and Equity Prices
Journal of Financial Economics (2011)
Blockholder Trading, Market Efficiency, and Managerial Myopia
Journal of Finance (2009)
Sports Sentiment and Stock Returns
Alex Edmans;Diego García;Øyvind Norli.
Journal of Finance (2007)
Governance Through Trading and Intervention: A Theory of Multiple Blockholders
Alex Edmans;Gustavo Manso.
Review of Financial Studies (2011)
The Real Effects of Financial Markets
Philip Bond;Alex Edmans;Itay Goldstein.
Review of Financial Economics (2012)
A Multiplicative Model of Optimal CEO Incentives in Market Equilibrium
Alex Edmans;Xavier Gabaix;Augustin Landier.
Review of Financial Studies (2009)
The Link Between Job Satisfaction and Firm Value, With Implications for Corporate Social Responsibility
Academy of Management Perspectives (2012)
The Real Effects of Financial Markets: The Impact of Prices on Takeovers
Alex Edmans;Itay Goldstein;Wei Jiang.
Journal of Finance (2012)
Blockholders and Corporate Governance
Review of Financial Economics (2014)
The Effect of Liquidity on Governance
Alex Edmans;Vivian W. Fang;Emanuel Zur.
Review of Financial Studies (2013)
Review of Finance
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