Joel F. Houston spends much of his time researching Finance, Monetary economics, Profitability index, Sample and Cost savings. His work on Equity, Cash and Executive compensation as part of general Finance research is frequently linked to Risk taking and Charter, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His research in Monetary economics focuses on subjects like Value, which are connected to Market liquidity, Loan, Capital expenditure and Credit risk.
The concepts of his Profitability index study are interwoven with issues in Accounting, Voluntary disclosure, Bank risk and Earnings guidance. His Sample research spans across into areas like Financial crisis, Financial system and Creditor. His Mergers and acquisitions research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Present value and Revenue.
Monetary economics, Finance, Financial system, Loan and Debt are his primary areas of study. His Monetary economics research incorporates themes from Organizational structure, Value, Actuarial science, Shareholder and Enterprise value. His Finance research incorporates elements of Incentive and Investment.
His work carried out in the field of Investment brings together such families of science as Cash and Capital expenditure. His study in Financial system is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Financial crisis, Cost of capital and Financial capital. His research in Debt intersects with topics in Investment incentives and Maturity.
His primary areas of study are Loan, Monetary economics, Financial system, Shareholder and Exploit. In general Loan study, his work on Cross-collateralization often relates to the realm of Supply chain and Sample, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Capital, Cost of capital, Actuarial science, Bond and Default.
His Financial system study which covers Syndicated loan that intersects with Systemic risk, Financial crisis, Bank regulation, Banking sector and Asset. Finance covers Joel F. Houston research in Goodwill. His Finance research is mostly focused on the topic Corporate governance.
His primary scientific interests are in Loan, Political science, Finance, Bankruptcy and Supply chain. His Loan research includes elements of Market liquidity, Monetary economics, Cost of capital and Credit risk. In his research, Joel F. Houston undertakes multidisciplinary study on Finance and Sample.
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Bank Information Monopolies and the Mix of Private and Public Debt Claims
Joel Houston;Christopher James.
Journal of Finance (1996)
Where do merger gains come from? Bank mergers from the perspective of insiders and outsiders
Joel F Houston;Christopher M James;Michael D Ryngaert.
Journal of Financial Economics (2001)
Creditor rights, information sharing, and bank risk taking
Joel F. Houston;Chen Lin;Ping Lin;Yue Ma.
Journal of Financial Economics (2010)
The overall gains from large bank mergers
Joel F. Houston;Michael D. Ryngaert.
Journal of Banking and Finance (1994)
Political connections and the cost of bank loans
Joel F. Houston;Liangliang Jiang;Chen Lin;Yue Ma.
Journal of Accounting Research (2014)
Capital market frictions and the role of internal capital markets in banking
Joel Houston;Christopher James;David Marcus.
Journal of Financial Economics (1997)
CEO compensation and bank risk Is compensation in banking structured to promote risk taking
Joel F. Houston;Christopher James.
Journal of Monetary Economics (1995)
Dasar-dasar Manajemen Keuangan
Eugene F. Brigham;Joel F. Houston.
Regulatory Arbitrage and International Bank Flows
Joel F. Houston;Chen Lin;Yue Ma.
Research Papers in Economics (2012)
Capital Market Development, International Integration, Legal Systems, and the Value of Corporate Diversification: A Cross-Country Analysis
Larry Fauver;Joel Houston;Andy Naranjo.
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (2003)
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