Finance Research

The Department of Finance faculty develop ground-breaking theories in finance scholarship and bring their expertise to the classroom and beyond. Explore our thought leadership efforts in banking, capital structure, credit ratings, consumption-based asset pricing, financial innovation, indexing, institutional investors, risk management, and more.

 

Our Areas of Research


Banking

Capital structure

Credit ratings

Consumption-based asset pricing

Corporate governance

Corporate finance

Financing decisions

Financial derivatives

Financial disclosure

Financial innovation

Financial intermediation

Fixed-income securities

Household finance

Indexing

Institutional investors

Real estate finance

Risk management

Poverty

 

Select Faculty Publications

Don Chance

Chance, D., Bui, D., and Stephens, C. (2019). Does the Choice between Listing on the NYSE versus Nasdaq Matter? An Examination of Firms that Voluntarily Move from the NYSE to Nasdaq. 19(7), 18-48.

Chance, D. (2019). FI-nance or Fi-NANCE: How 100 Experts Pronounce the Word. Journal of Financial Education, 45, 294-309.

Brooks, R., Chance, D., and Hemler, M. (2019). The Superior Performance of Covered Calls on the S&P 500: Rethinking an Anomaly. Journal of Derivatives, 27(No. 2, Winter, 2019), 50-61.

Chance, D. (2019). An Option Pricing Approach to Corporate Dividends and the Capital Investment Financing Decision. Review of Financial Economics, 37, 541-553.

Chance, D. and Kim, S. (2017). An Empirical Analysis of Corporate Currency Risk Management Policies and Practices. Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, 47, 109-128.

Chance, D., Muthuswamy, J., Hanson, T. A, and Li, W. (2016). A Bias in the Volatility Smile. Review of Derivatives Research, 20(1), 47-90.

Chance, D. (2016). The Alphas of Asset Allocators. Journal of Investing, 25(4), 34-56.

Chance, D., Ferris, S., and Cicon, J. (2015). Poor Performance and the Value of Corporate Honesty. Journal of Corporate Finance, 33, 1-18.

Chance, D. and Brooks, R. (2014). Some Subtle Relationships and Results in Option Pricing. Journal of Applied Finance.

Chance, D. and Yang, T. (2014). The Price-Taker Effect on the Valuation of Executive Stock Options. Journal of Financial Research, 37(1), 27-54.

Chance, D., Brooks, R., and Cline, B. (2012). Private Information and the Exercise of Executive Stock Options. Financial Management, 41(3), 733-764.

Chance, D. and Yang, T. (2011). The Tradeoff Between Compensation and Incentives in Executive Stock Options. Quarterly Journal of Finance, 1(4), 733-766.

Chance, D. (2011). Fatal Flaws of the Sharpe Ratio or How to Make Yourself Look Good. Journal of Performance Measurement, 16(1), 20-28.

Chance, D., Shynkevich, A., and Yang, T. (2011). Experimental Evidence on Portfolio Size and Diversification: Human Biases in Naive Security Selectoin and Portfolio Construction. The Financial Review, 46, 427-457.

Chance, D. and Hemler, M. L. (2001). The Performance of Professional Market Timers: Daily Evidence from Executed Strategies. Journal of Financial Economics, 62, 377-411.

Chance, D., Kumar, R., and Todd, R. (2000). The 'Repricing' of Executive Stock Options. Journal of Financial Economics, 57, 129-154.

Chance, D. (1990). Default Risk and the Duration of Zero Coupon Bonds. Journal of Finance, 45, 265-274.

Chance, D. and Ferris, S. P (1987). The Effect of 12b-1 Plans on Mutual Fund Expense Ratios: A Note. Journal of Finance, 42, 1077-1086.

Chance, D. (1983). Floating Rate Notes and Immunization. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 18, 365-380.

Rajesh P. Narayanan

Dombrowski, T., Narayanan, R. P., and Pace, R. (2020). Mortgage Portfolio Diversification in the Presence of Cross-Sectional and Spatial Dependence. Advances in Econometrics, 41, 383-411.

Dombrowski, T., Narayanan, R. P., and Pace, R. (2020). The Rank Size Rule and Challenges in Diversifying Commercial Real Estate Portfolios. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 2020.

Narayanan, R. P. and Uzmanoglu , C. (2018). How do firms respond to empty creditor holdout in Distressed Exchanges?. Journal of Banking and Finance, 94, 251-266.

Narayanan, R. P. and Uzmanoglu, C. (2018). Credit Default Swaps and Firm Value. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 53, 1227-1259.

Narayanan, R. P and Uzmanoglu , C. (2018). Credit Insurance, Distress Resolution Costs, and Bond Spreads. Financial Management, 47, 931-951.

Le, H. T. T., Vo, L. Van, and Narayanan, R. P. (2016). Has the effect of Asset Securitization on Bank Risk Taking Behavior Changed?. Journal of Financial Services Research, 49(1), 39-64.

Devos, E., Krishnamurthy, S., and Narayanan, R. P (2016). Efficiency and Market Power Gains in Bank Megamergers: Evidence from Value Line Forecasts. Financial Management, 45(14), 1011-1040.

Lubben, S. J. and Narayanan, R. P. (2012). CDS and the Resolution of Distress. Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, 24(4), 129-134.

Carow, K. A., Kane, E. J., and Narayanan, R. P. (2011). Safety-Net Losses From Abandoning Glass-Steagall Restrictions. Journal of Money, Credit and Banking.

Narayanan, R. P., Rangan, K. P, and Rangan, N. K (2007). The Effect of Private-Debt-Underwriting Reputation on Bank Public-Debt Underwriting. Review of Financial Studies, 20, 597-618.

Carow, K., Kane, E. J., and Narayanan, R. P. (2006). How Have Borrowers Fared in Banking Mega-Mergers?. Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 38, 821-836.

Narayanan, R. P., Rangan, . P, and Rangan, N. K (2004). The Role of Syndicate Structure in Bank Underwriting . Journal of Financial Economics, 72, 555-580.

Kurtay Ogunc

Ogunc, K.. The Role of Disappointment Aversion in Delegated Asset Management: The Case of Active Currency Hedging. Journal of Investment Consulting.

Ogunc, K., Ogunc, A., and , . (2016). Inflation Linked Bonds for Strategic Asset Allocation. Journal of Investment Consulting, 17(2), 59-68.

R. Kelley Pace

Dombrowski, T., Pace, R., Ratnadiwakara, D., and Slawson, Jr., V. (2020). "Deductible Choice in Flood Insurance: Who Chooses the Maximum?". Journal of Housing Research, 29(sup1), S144-S169.

Dombrowski, T., Narayanan, R. P., and Pace, R. (2020). Mortgage Portfolio Diversification in the Presence of Cross-Sectional and Spatial Dependence. Advances in Econometrics, 41, 383-411.

Dombrowski, T., Narayanan, R. P., and Pace, R. (2020). The Rank Size Rule and Challenges in Diversifying Commercial Real Estate Portfolios. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 2020.

Hayunga, D. and Pace, R. (2019). "The Impact of TOM on Prices in the US Housing Market". Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 58(3), 335-365.

Hayunga, D., Pace, R., and Zhu, S. (2019). Borrower Risk and House Price Appreciation. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 58(4), 544-566.

Calabrese, R., McCollum, M., and Pace, R. (2019). Mortgage default decisions in the presence of non-normal, spatially dependent disturbances. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 76, 103-114.

Pace, R. and Zhu , S. (2019). "The Influence of House, Seller, and Locational Factors on the Probability of Sale". Journal of Housing Economics, 43, 73-82.

Pace, R. and Zhu, S. (2017). Implicit Hedonic Pricing Using Mortgage Payment Information. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 54(3), 387-402.

Hayunga, D. K and Pace, R. (2017). List Prices in the US Housing Market. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 55(2), 155-184.

Pace, R. and Zhu, S. (2015). "Inferring Price Information from Mortgage Payment Behavior: A Latent Index Approach". Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 53.

Zhu, S. and Pace, R. (2015). Factors underlying short sales. Journal of Housing Economics, 27, 60-75.

Zhu , S. and Pace, R. (2015). "The Influence of Foreclosure Delays on Borrowers' Default Behavior,". Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 47(6), 1205-1222.

McCollum, M., Lee, H., and Pace, R. (2015). Deleveraging and Mortgage Curtailment. Journal of Banking and Finance, 60, 60-75.

LeSage, J. and Pace, R. (2014). The biggest myth in spatial econometrics. Econometrics, 2(4), 217-249.

Zhu, S., Pace, R., and Morales, W. A. (2014). Using Housing Futures in Mortgage Research. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 48(1), 1-15.

Zhu, S. and Pace, R. (2014). Spatially Interdependent Mortgage Decisions. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 49(4), 598-620.

Zhu, S. and Pace, R. (2012). Distressed Properties: Valuation Bias and Accuracy. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 44, 75-90.

Hayunga, D. and Pace, R. (2010). Spatial Aspects of Commercial Real Estate. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 41(2), 103-125.

Lee, M. Long and Pace, R. (2005). Spatial Distribution of Retail Sales. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 31(1), 53-69.

James, L. and Pace, R. (2004). Conditioning upon All the Data: Improved Prediction via Imputation. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 29(2), 233-254.

Pace, R. and LeSage, J.. Spatial Econometrics and Real Estate. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 29(2), 147-148.

John, C., Rodriguez, M., and Pace, R. (2001). Residential Land Values and the Decentralization of Jobs. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 22(1), 43-61.

Pace, R. and Gilley, O. (1998). Generalizing OLS and the Grid Estimator. Real Estate Economics, 26(2), 331-347.

Pace, R., Barry, R., and Sirmans, C. (1998). Spatial Statistics and Real Estate. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 17(1), 5-13.

Pace, R., Barry, R., Clapp, J., and Rodriguez, M. (1998). Spatio-Temporal Estimation of Neighborhood Effects. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 17(1), 15-33.

Pace, R. and Gilley, O. (1997). Using the Spatial Configuration of Data to Improve Estimation. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 14(3), 333-340.

Pace, R. (1996). Relative Efficiencies of the Grid, OLS, and Nearest Neighbor Estimates. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 13(3), 203-218.

Gilley, O. and Pace, R. (1995). Improving Hedonic Estimation with an Inequality Restricted Estimator. Review of Economics and Statistics, 77(4), 609-621.

Pace, R. (1995). Parametric, Semiparametric, and Nonparametric Estimation of Mass Assessment and Hedonic Pricing Models. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 11(3), 195-217.

Pace, R. (1993). Nonparametric Methods with Application to Hedonic Models. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 7(3), 185-204.

Pace, R. and Gilley, O. (1990). Estimation Employing A Priori Information Within Mass Appraisal and Hedonic Pricing Models. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 3(1), 55-72.

Dimuthu N Ratnadiwakara

Ratnadiwakara, D. and Venugopal, B. (2020). Do Areas Affected by Flood Disasters Attract Lower-Income and Less Creditworthy Homeowners?. Journal of Housing Research, 29(sup1), 121-143.

Dombrowski, T., Pace, R., Ratnadiwakara, D., and Slawson, Jr., V. (2020). "Deductible Choice in Flood Insurance: Who Chooses the Maximum?". Journal of Housing Research, 29(sup1), S144-S169.

Gary C. Sanger

Lin, W. and Sanger, G. C. (2020). Is smart beta still smart under the lens of diversification?. Journal of Portfolio Management, 46(9).

Lin, W. and Sanger, G. C. (2019). An alternative fundamental weighting scheme based on enterprise value multiple. Journal of Asset Management, 20(2), 146 - 156.

Chen, F., Sanger, G. C., and Slovin, M. B (2013). Asset Sales in the Mutual Fund Industry: Who Gains?. Journal of Banking and Finance, 37(December 2013), 4834 - 4849.

Lin, J., Sanger, G. C., and Booth, G. (1995). Trade Size and Components of the Bid-Ask Spread. Review of Financial Studies, 8(4), 1153-1183.

Sanger, G. C. and Peterson, J. D. (1990). An Empirical Analysis of Common Stock Dealings. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 25, 261-272.

Lamoureux, C. G. and Sanger, G. C. (1989). Firm Size and Turn-of-the-Year Effects in the OTC/NASDAQ Market. Journal of Finance, 44, 1219-1245.

McConnell, J. J. and Sanger, G. C. (1987). The Puzzle in Post-Listing Common Stock Returns. Journal of Finance, 42, 119-140.

Sanger, G. C. and McConnell, J. J. (1986). Stock Exchange Listings, Firm Value and Security Market Efficiency: The Impact of NASDAQ. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 21, 1-25.

V. Carlos Slawson Jr.

Dombrowski, T., Pace, R., Ratnadiwakara, D., and Slawson, Jr., V. (2020). "Deductible Choice in Flood Insurance: Who Chooses the Maximum?". Journal of Housing Research, 29(sup1), S144-S169.

Slawson, Jr., V., Kau, J. B., Keenan, D. c., and Lyubimov, C. (2012). Asymmetric Information in the Subprime Mortgage Market . Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics.

Slawson, Jr., V., Kau, J. B., Keenan, D. c., and Lyubimov, C. (2011). Subprime Mortgages and Default . Journal of Urban Economics.

Barondes, R. de R. and Slawson, Jr., V. Carlos (2006). Examining Compliance with Fiduciary Duties: A Study of Real Estate Agents. Oregon Law Review, 84(3), 681-724.

Sanders, A. B and Slawson, Jr, V. Carlos (2005). Shared Appreciation Mortgages: Lessons from the UK. Journal Of Housing Economics, 14(3), 178-193.

Kau, J. B and Slawson, Jr., V. (2002). Frictions, Heterogeneity, and Optimality in Mortgage Modeling. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 24(3), 239-260.

McDonald, C. G and Slawson, Jr, V. Carlos (2002). Reputation in an Internet Auction Market. Economic Inquiry, 40(3), 633-650.

Kelly, A. and Slawson, Jr., V. (2001). Time-Varying Mortgage Prepayment Penalties. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 23(2), 235-254.

Munneke, H. J. and Slawson, Jr., V. (1999). A Housing Price Model with Endogenous Externally Location: A Study of Mobile Home Parks. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 19(2), 113-131.

Hilliard, J. E., Kau, J. B., and Slawson, Jr., V. (1998). Valuing Prepayment and Default in a Fixed-Rate Mortgage: A Bivariate Binomial Options Pricing Technique. Real Estate Economics, 26(3), 431-468.

Wei-ling Song

Song, W. and Wang, H. (2020). Do Institutional Investors Know Banks Better: Evidence from Institutional Trading Surrounding the 2008 Financial Crisis. Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance, 35(4), 777-802.

Mao, C. and Song, W. (2020). Does Reciprocity Affect Analysts' Incentives to Release Timely Information? Evidence from Syndication Relationships in Securities Underwriting. Management Science.

Song, W. and Wan, K. (2019). Does CEO Compensation Reflect Managerial Ability or Managerial Power?Evidence from the Compensation of Powerful CEOs. Journal of Corporate Finance, 56, 1-14.

Song, W. and Wan, K. (2017). Explicit Employment Contracts and CEO Compensation. Journal of Corporate Finance, 44, 540-560.

Song, W. and Uzmanoglu, C. (2016). TARP Announcement, Bank Health, and Borrowers' Credit Risk. Journal of Financial Stability, 22, 22-32.

Song, W. and Shivdasani, A. (2011). Breaking Down the Barriers: Competition, Syndicate Structure, and Underwriting Incentives. Journal of Financial Economics, 99, 581-600.

Song, W. (2004). Competition and Coalition among Underwriters: The Decision to Join a Syndicate. Journal of Finance, 59, 2421-2444.

Song, W. and Szewczyk, S. H. (2003). Does Coordinated Institutional Investor Activism Reverse the Fortune of Underperforming Firms?'. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 38, 317-336.

Clifford P. Stephens

Chance, D., Bui, D., and Stephens, C. (2019). Does the Choice between Listing on the NYSE versus Nasdaq Matter? An Examination of Firms that Voluntarily Move from the NYSE to Nasdaq. 19(7), 18-48.

Lin, J., Stephens, C., and , . (2014). Takeover vulnerability and long-run performance following open-market share repurchases. Journal of Banking and Finance, 42(May 2014), 283-301..

Maxwell, W. F and Stephens, C. (2003). The Wealth Effects of Repurchases on Bondholders. Journal of Finance, 58(2), 895-919.

Jagannathan, M., Stephens, C., and Weisbach, M. S (2000). Financial Flexibility and the Choice Between Dividends and Stock Repurchases. Journal of Financial Economics, 57(3), 355-384.

Research Seminar Series

Every semester, the Department of Finance hosts a Research Seminar Series. Speakers have experience in various business disciplines and speak on topics covering the finance field. The series provides students, faculty, and business professionals with engaging and supplementary education to help guide them in the industry.

Fall 2022 Research Seminar Series

Ravi Joshi and Nur Al Faisal
PhD Students
LSU

August 26
10:30-11:50 a.m.
BEC 2520

Gillian Sims and Yuanyi Zhang
PhD Students
LSU 

September 2
10:30-11:50 a.m.
BEC 2520

Aihuan Zhang and Yingying Guo
PhD Students
LSU

September 9
10:30-11:50 a.m.
BEC 2520

Luca Pezzo
Assistant Professor
University of New Orleans

Raja Velu
Professor Emeritus
Syracuse University

September 16
10:30-11:50 a.m.
BEC 2520

Haitao Mo
Associate Professor
LSU

September 23
10:30-11:50 a.m.
BEC 2520

Zeng Yao
Assistant Professor
University of Pennsylvania

September 30
10:30-11:50 a.m.
Virtual

David Denis
Professor
University of Pittsburgh

October 7
10:30-11:50 a.m.
BEC 2520

Huan Tang
Assistant Professor
London School of Economics

October 28
10:30-11:50 a.m.
Virtual

David Heath
Assistant Professor
University of Utah

November 4
10:30-11:50 a.m.
BEC 2520

David Mauer
Professor
University of North Carolina at Charlotte

November 18
10:30-11:50 a.m.
BEC 2520

Santoshi Rimal
PhD Student
LSU 

December 2
10:30-11:50 a.m.
BEC 2520

Explore past research seminar speakers:

Guofu Zhou
Professor, Washington University at St. Louis

Sirhiy Kozak
Assistant Professor, University of Maryland

Junbo Wang
Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University Department of Finance

Miaomiao Yu
Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University Department of Finance

Dimuthu Ratnadiwakara
Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University Department of Finance

Zhi Da
Professor, Notre Dame

William Cassidy
Doctoral Student, University of Chicago

Amit Goyal
Professor, Swiss Finance Institute

James Nordlund
Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University Department of Finance

Peter Illiev
Associate Professor, Penn State

Cesare Robotti
Professor, University of Warwick

Spring 2021:

Asaf Bernstein
Assistant Professor, University of Colorado Boulder
Center for Research on Consumer Financial Decision Making

Junbo Wang
Assistant Professor, Department of Finance, LSU

Dimuthu Ratnadiwakara
Assistant Professor, Department of Finance, LSU

Everett Grant
Economist, Amazon
Research Economist

James Nordlund
Assistant Professor, Department of Finance, LSU

Miaomiao Yu
Assistant Professor, Department of Finance, LSU

Jun Yang
Associate Professor, Indiana University, Department of Finance

Nick Gantchev
Professor, University of Warwick, Finance

Wei-Ling Song
Professor, Department of Finance, LSU

Yan Liu
Assistant Professor, Purdue University, Department of Finance

 

Fall 2021:

Santoshi Rimal / Yuanyi Zhang
Doctoral Students, Louisiana State University
Department of Finance

Han Xia
Associate Professor, Univeristy of Texas at Dallas

Ravi Joshi / Gillian Sims
Doctoral Students, Louisiana State University
Department of Finance

Nadya Malenko
Associate Professor, Univeristy of Michigan

Jamie Kurash
Doctoral Student, Louisiana State University
Department of Finance

Mehdi Khorram
Doctoral Student, Louisiana State University
Department of Finance

Jie 'Jack' He
Associate Professor, University of Georgia

Jide Wintoki
Professor, University of Kansas

Nur Al Faisal
Doctoral Student, Louisiana State University
Department of Finance

Spring 2020:

Dimuthu Ratnadiwakara
Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University, Department of Finance

Miaomiao Yu
Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University, Department of Finance

Junbo Wang
Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University, Department of Finance

James Nordlund
Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University, Department of Finance

Morad Zekhnini
Assistant Professor, Tulane University, Department of Finance

Kathleen Weiss Hanley
Professor, Lehigh University, Department of Finance

Tengfei Zhang
Doctoral Student, Louisiana State University

Nikolay Gantchev
Associate Professor, Southern Methodist University, Department of Finance

Yan Liu
Assistant Professor, Purdue University, Department of Finance

Mao Ye
Associate Professor, University of Illinois

Haitao Mo
Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University

Brian Wolfe
Assistant Professor, University at Buffalo, Department of Finance

 

Fall 2020: 

Brent Ambrose
Professor and Director, Penn State University
Department of Risk Management, Institute for Real Estate Studies

Mao Ye
Associate Professor, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Department of Finance

James Vickery
Senior Economic Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank, Philadelphia, Economist

Juhani Linnainmaa
Professor, Dartmouth, Business Administration

Brian Melzer
Associate Professor, Dartmouth, Business Administration

Brian Wolfe
Assistant Professor, The University of Texas at San Antonio, Department of Finance

Spring 2019: 

Junbo Wang
Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University, Department of Finance

James Nordlund
Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University, Department of Finance

Miaomiao Yu
Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University, Department of Finance

Lingling Wang
Assistant Professor, University of Connecticut, Department of Finance

Alice Bonaime
Associate Professor, University of Arizona, Department of Finance

Xiaoding Liu
Assistant Professor, Texas A&M University, Department of Finance

Yiming Qian
Associate Professor, University of Iowa, Department of Finance

Chen Xue
Assistant Professor, University of Cincinnati, Department of Finance

Colin Campbell
Associate Professor, University of Cincinnati, Department of Finance

Haitao Mo
Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University, Department of Finance

Mara Faccio
Professor, Purdue University, Department of Finance

Junbo Wang
Professor, Louisiana State University, Department of Finance

Gonzalo Maturana
Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University, Department of Finance

Yan Liu
Assistant Professor, Texas A&M University, Department of Finance

 

Fall 2019:

David Suleiman
Doctoral Student, Louisiana State University

Timothy Dombrowski
Doctoral Student, Louisiana State University

Ankit Kalda
Assistant Professor, Indiana University

Ji-Chai Lin
Professor, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Crocker Liu
Professor, Cornell University

Raymond Kan
Professor, University of Toranto

Shuang Zhu
Associate Professor, Kansas State University

Nikolay Gospodinov
Financial Economist & Senior Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

 

 

Journal Editors


Department of Finance faculty serving as editors of peer-reviewed academic journals, provide subject-matter expertise and thought leadership on the latest examinations of finance-related scholarship.

R. Kelley Pace

  • Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics – Editor-in-Chief

V. Carlos Slawson Jr.

  • Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics - Co-Editor