His main research concerns Econometrics, Equity, Portfolio, Monetary economics and Corporate governance. His Econometrics study incorporates themes from Enterprise value and Value. His Equity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Index and Cash flow.
His Portfolio research incorporates elements of Open-end fund and Fund of funds. Martijn Cremers works on Corporate governance which deals in particular with Shareholder. In the subject of general Shareholder, his work in Market for corporate control is often linked to Vulnerability, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Econometrics, Corporate governance, Finance, Enterprise value and Equity. His work in Econometrics covers topics such as Index which are related to areas like Investment management. In his research on the topic of Corporate governance, Mutual fund and Institutional investor is strongly related with Accounting.
In his study, Open-end fund is inextricably linked to Fund of funds, which falls within the broad field of Finance. His work deals with themes such as Risk premium, Monetary economics and Voting, which intersect with Equity. His work carried out in the field of Monetary economics brings together such families of science as Valuation, Investment and Portfolio.
His primary areas of study are Enterprise value, Monetary economics, Shareholder, Corporate governance and Value. His biological study deals with issues like Equity, which deal with fields such as Voting, Initial public offering and Dual class. His research integrates issues of Institutional investor, Valuation, Accounting and Hedge fund in his study of Shareholder.
His Corporate governance research includes elements of Incentive, Law and Solidarity. His Investment research focuses on Statistical dispersion and how it relates to Econometrics. His research in Financial system tackles topics such as Mutual fund which are related to areas like Portfolio.
Martijn Cremers mainly investigates Enterprise value, Investment, Term, Monetary economics and Public relations. As a member of one scientific family, Martijn Cremers mostly works in the field of Enterprise value, focusing on Stakeholder and, on occasion, Discretion, Industrial organization and Shareholder value. He has researched Investment in several fields, including Index and Earnings.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Equity and Shareholder in addition to Monetary economics. His Equity research integrates issues from Initial public offering, Dual class, Voting and Valuation. His study looks at the relationship between Public relations and topics such as Catholic social teaching, which overlap with Corporate law.
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Governance Mechanisms and Equity Prices
K. J. Martijn Cremers;Vinay B. Nair.
Journal of Finance (2005)
How Active Is Your Fund Manager? A New Measure That Predicts Performance
K. J. Martijn Cremers;Antti Petajisto.
Review of Financial Studies (2009)
The CEO pay slice
Lucian Arye Bebchuk;K.J. Martijn Cremers;Urs C. Peyer.
Journal of Financial Economics (2011)
Should Benchmark Indices Have Alpha? Revisiting Performance Evaluation
Martijn Cremers;Antti Petajisto;Eric Zitzewitz.
National Bureau of Economic Research (2012)
Deviations from Put-Call Parity and Stock Return Predictability
Martijn Cremers;David Weinbaum.
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (2010)
Individual stock-option prices and credit spreads
Martijn Cremers;Joost Driessen;Pascal Maenhout;David Weinbaum.
Journal of Banking and Finance (2008)
Tiebreaker: Certification and Multiple Credit Ratings
Dion Bongaerts;K.J. Martijn Cremers;William N Goetzmann.
Journal of Finance (2012)
Stock Return Predictability: A Bayesian Model Selection Perspective
K. J. Martijn Cremers.
Review of Financial Studies (2002)
How Active is Your Fund Manager? A New Measure That Predicts Performance
Martijn Cremers;Antti Petajisto;Antti Petajisto;Antti Petajisto.
Social Science Research Network (2009)
Takeovers and the Cross-Section of Returns
K. J. Martijn Cremers;Vinay B. Nair;Kose John.
Review of Financial Studies (2009)
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