Massimo Massa focuses on Finance, Monetary economics, Institutional investor, Shareholder and Mutual fund. His work on Portfolio, Corporate governance and Asset allocation as part of general Finance research is frequently linked to Boom, bridging the gap between disciplines. His study of Market liquidity is a part of Monetary economics.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Information asymmetry and Mergers and acquisitions in addition to Institutional investor. The Shareholder study combines topics in areas such as Dividend, Initial public offering, Churn rate and Price reaction. His Mutual fund study combines topics in areas such as Fund administration, Fund of funds, Closed-end fund, Open-end fund and Hedge fund.
Massimo Massa spends much of his time researching Monetary economics, Finance, Financial economics, Market liquidity and Portfolio. His Monetary economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Bond, Equity, Institutional investor, Corporate governance and Volatility. His Institutional investor study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Mergers and acquisitions, Financial system, Bond market and Foreign ownership.
His Finance research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Closed-end fund and Fund of funds. His research in Financial economics tackles topics such as Stock market which are related to areas like Index fund. His Portfolio research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Incentive, Economies of agglomeration and Investment.
His primary scientific interests are in Monetary economics, Market liquidity, Institutional investor, Portfolio and Investment. His work deals with themes such as Equity, Corporate governance, Limits to arbitrage, Market efficiency and Volatility, which intersect with Monetary economics. His studies in Market liquidity integrate themes in fields like Mutual fund, News analytics, Financial fragility, Diversification and Basis point.
His research in Institutional investor intersects with topics in Initial public offering, Expropriation and Shareholder. Massimo Massa has included themes like Incentive and Asset in his Portfolio study. His research in Investment focuses on subjects like Index, which are connected to Econometrics.
Massimo Massa mainly focuses on Monetary economics, Disposition effect, Index, Profitability index and Financial economics. The various areas that Massimo Massa examines in his Monetary economics study include Equity, Gross margin, Collusion, Limits to arbitrage and Cartel. His Disposition effect research incorporates themes from Financial market, Natural resource economics and Mutual fund.
His Index study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Market liquidity, Leverage, Econometrics and Investment. His Endogeneity research integrates issues from Institutional investor and Corporate governance. His studies deal with areas such as Shareholder and Market economy as well as Institutional investor.
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Shareholder investment horizons and the market for corporate control
José-Miguel Gaspar;Massimo Massa;Pedro Matos.
Journal of Financial Economics (2005)
Favoritism in Mutual Fund Families? Evidence on Strategic Cross‐Fund Subsidization
José-Miguel Gaspar;Massimo Massa;Pedro Matos.
Journal of Finance (2006)
Hedging, familiarity and portfolio choice ∗ .
Massimo Massa;Andrei Simonov.
Review of Financial Studies (2006)
Idiosyncratic Volatility and Product Market Competition
José‐Miguel Gaspar;Massimo Massa.
The Journal of Business (2006)
Shareholders at the Gate? Institutional Investors and Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions
Miguel A. Ferreira;Massimo Massa;Pedro Matos.
Review of Financial Studies (2010)
How do family strategies affect fund performance? When performance-maximization is not the only game in town
Journal of Financial Economics (2003)
The role of institutional investors in propagating the crisis of 2007-2008.
Alberto Manconi;Massimo Massa;Ayako Yasuda.
Journal of Financial Economics (2012)
The Role of Institutional Investors in Propagating the Crisis of 2007-2008
Alberto Manconi;Alberto Manconi;Massimo Massa;Ayako Yasuda.
Social Science Research Network (2010)
Index Funds and Stock Market Growth
William N Goetzmann;Massimo Massa.
The Journal of Business (2003)
Information flows within financial conglomerates: Evidence from the banks–mutual funds relation
Massimo Massa;Zahid Rehman.
Journal of Financial Economics (2008)
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