His primary areas of study are Dividend, Monetary economics, Earnings, Dividend policy and Share repurchase. His studies in Dividend integrate themes in fields like Cash, Cash flow, Financial economics and Equity. His study explores the link between Financial economics and topics such as Data set that cross with problems in Econometrics.
His work carried out in the field of Monetary economics brings together such families of science as Systematic risk, Dividend puzzle, Cost of capital, Financial system and Market reaction. Roni Michaely has researched Earnings in several fields, including Profitability index, Return on assets, Information asymmetry, Empirical research and Adverse selection. His work on Dividend payout ratio is typically connected to Scrutiny and Public capital as part of general Dividend policy study, connecting several disciplines of science.
Roni Michaely focuses on Monetary economics, Dividend, Financial economics, Earnings and Dividend policy. Roni Michaely combines subjects such as Valuation, Share repurchase, Equity and Common stock with his study of Monetary economics. His Dividend research focuses on subjects like Econometrics, which are linked to Portfolio.
Roni Michaely works mostly in the field of Financial economics, limiting it down to topics relating to Information asymmetry and, in certain cases, Market liquidity, as a part of the same area of interest. His studies deal with areas such as Quality, Corporate governance and Labour economics as well as Earnings. As part of his studies on Dividend policy, Roni Michaely often connects relevant subjects like Financial system.
Roni Michaely spends much of his time researching Earnings, Quality, Voting, Corporate governance and Monetary economics. He has included themes like Panel data and Statistical dispersion in his Earnings study. His research investigates the connection with Quality and areas like Communication channel which intersect with concerns in Econometrics, Capital, Asset and Market reaction.
The concepts of his Voting study are interwoven with issues in Valuation, Labour economics and Shareholder. His Institutional investor study, which is part of a larger body of work in Corporate governance, is frequently linked to Index fund, bridging the gap between disciplines. Roni Michaely undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Monetary economics and Aggregate through his works.
Roni Michaely mostly deals with Corporate governance, Voting, Empirical evidence, Passive management and Index fund. He interconnects Financial market, Entrepreneurial finance, Venture capital and Corporate finance in the investigation of issues within Corporate governance. His Voting research includes elements of Valuation, Labour economics and Shareholder.
In his research, Portfolio is intimately related to Incentive, which falls under the overarching field of Passive management. His Tax policy study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Monetary economics. His research integrates issues of Insider trading, Share repurchase, Cost of capital and Market efficiency in his study of Monetary economics.
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Payout Policy in the 21st Century
Alon Brav;John R. Graham;Campbell R. Harvey;Campbell R. Harvey;Roni Michaely.
Journal of Financial Economics (2005)
Conflict of Interest and the Credibility of Underwriter Analyst Recommendations
Roni Michaely;Kent L. Womack.
Review of Financial Studies (1999)
Dividends, Share Repurchases, and the Substitution Hypothesis
Gustavo Grullon;Roni Michaely.
Journal of Finance (2002)
Price Reactions to Dividend Initiations and Omissions: Overreaction or Drift?
Roni Michaely;Richard H. Thaler;Kent L. Womack.
Journal of Finance (1995)
Are Dividend Changes a Sign of Firm Maturity
Gustavo Grullon;Roni Michaely;Bhaskaran Swaminathan.
The Journal of Business (2002)
The Information Content of Share Repurchase Programs
Gustavo Grullon;Roni Michaely.
Journal of Finance (2004)
Institutional Holdings and Payout Policy
Yaniv Grinstein;Roni Michaely.
Journal of Finance (2005)
The Pricing of Initial Public Offerings: Tests of Adverse-Selection and Signaling Theories
Roni Michaely;Wayne H. Shaw.
Review of Financial Studies (1994)
Dynamic Volume-Return Relation of Individual Stocks
Guillermo Llorente;Roni Michaely;Gideon Saar;Jiang Wang.
Review of Financial Studies (2002)
Do Changes in Dividends Signal the Future or the Past
Shlomo Benartzi;Roni Michaely;Richard Thaler.
Research Papers in Economics (1997)
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