2005 - Fellow of the American Finance Association (AFA)
Fellow of the Financial Institutions Center (FIC)
Fellow of the Financial Management Association
Monetary economics, Shareholder, Finance, Equity and Financial system are his primary areas of study. In his work, René M. Stulz performs multidisciplinary research in Monetary economics and Sample. His Shareholder study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Merger waves, Cash flow, Scale and Liberian dollar.
The various areas that he examines in his Equity study include Information asymmetry, Cash, Agency cost and Labour economics. His Financial system research integrates issues from Market liquidity, Cash management, Cash flow forecasting and Operating cash flow. His work carried out in the field of Capital market brings together such families of science as Cost–benefit analysis, Leverage, Transparency and Incentive.
His primary areas of study are Monetary economics, Finance, Financial system, Equity and Shareholder. In general Monetary economics, his work in Market liquidity is often linked to Sample linking many areas of study. As part of one scientific family, René M. Stulz deals mainly with the area of Finance, narrowing it down to issues related to the Financial crisis, and often Equity issuance.
His work deals with themes such as Leverage and Great Depression, which intersect with Financial system. The study incorporates disciplines such as Dividend, Volatility, Financial economics, Agency cost and Valuation in addition to Equity. René M. Stulz combines subjects such as Enterprise value, Value, Cash flow and Incentive with his study of Shareholder.
His primary areas of investigation include Monetary economics, Finance, Equity, Market liquidity and Leverage. His studies in Monetary economics integrate themes in fields like Value, Stock market, Investment and Capital market. René M. Stulz has researched Equity in several fields, including Volatility, Asset and Tail risk.
René M. Stulz combines subjects such as Systematic risk, Initial public offering, Market risk and Bond with his study of Market liquidity. The study incorporates disciplines such as Loan, Cash flow, Dividend, Deleveraging and Flexibility in addition to Leverage. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Balance sheet, Credit crunch and Net income.
His primary areas of study are Monetary economics, Finance, Initial public offering, Market liquidity and Earnings. His Monetary economics research includes themes of Stock market, Investment and Capital market. His work carried out in the field of Finance brings together such families of science as Value and Human capital.
His studies deal with areas such as Equity and Yield as well as Market liquidity. The concepts of his Earnings study are interwoven with issues in Cash and Recession. His Enterprise value research also works with subjects such as
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Managerial discretion and optimal financing policies
Journal of Financial Economics (1990)
The determinants and implications of corporate cash holdings
Tim Opler;Lee Pinkowitz;Rene Stulz;Rohan Williamson.
Journal of Financial Economics (1999)
The Determinants of Firms' Hedging Policies
Clifford W. Smith;Rene M. Stulz.
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (1985)
Tobin's Q, Corporate Diversification and Firm Performance
Larry H. P. Lang;René M. Stulz.
Journal of Political Economy (1994)
Managerial control of voting rights: Financing policies and the market for corporate control
Rene M. Stulz.
Journal of Financial Economics (1988)
Firm size and the gains from acquisitions
Sara B Moeller;Frederik P Schlingemann;René M Stulz.
Journal of Financial Economics (2004)
Why Do U.S. Firms Hold So Much More Cash than They Used To
Thomas W. Bates;Kathleen M. Kahle;René M. Stulz.
Journal of Finance (2009)
Why is there a home bias? An analysis of foreign portfolio equity ownership in Japan
Jun-Koo Kang;Rene´M. Stulz.
Journal of Financial Economics (1997)
Culture, openness, and finance
René M. Stulz;Rohan Williamson.
Journal of Financial Economics (2003)
Leverage, investment, and firm growth
Larry H. P. Lang;Eli. Ofek;René M. Stulz;René M. Stulz.
Journal of Financial Economics (1996)
North American Journal of Economics and Finance
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