PUBLICATIONS

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"Liquidity: Considerations of a Portfolio Manager" (joint with Pam Moulton), 2009 Financial Management, Spring, 59-74.

"Synergies and Internal Agency Conflicts: The Double-Edged Sword of Mergers" (joint with Paolo Fulghieri), 2006 Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, Vol. 15, No. 3, 549-576.

"Predicting Equity Liquidity" (joint with Bill Breen and Bob Korajczyk) 2002. Management Science, Vol. 48, No. 4, 470-483.

"Does Stock Price Elasticity Affect Corporate Financial Decisions?" 1999. Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 52, No. 2, 225-256.

"Veblen Effects in a Theory of Conspicuous Consumption" (joint with Doug Bernheim)*, 1996. American Economic Review, Vol. 86, No. 3, 349-373.

"Influence Costs and Capital Structure" (joint with Josef Zechner),* 1993. Journal of Finance, Vol. 48, No. 3, 975-1008.

"Dutch Auction Repurchases: An Analysis of Shareholder Heterogeneity,"* 1992. Journal of Finance, Vol. 47, No. 1, 71-105.

"Share Repurchase and Takeover Deterrence,"* 1991. RAND Journal of Economics, Vol. 22, No. 1, 72-88.

"Shareholder Heterogeneity: Evidence and Implications,"* 1991. American Economic Review, Vol. 81, No. 2, 218-221.

"Cash Distributions to Shareholders" (joint with John Shoven),* 1989. Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol. 3 No. 3, Summer, 129-140. Reprinted in The Corporate Finance Reader, edited by Robert Kolb, Kolb Publishing Company, 202-213, first edition.

"Share Repurchases and Acquisitions: An Analysis of Which Firms Participate" (joint with John Shoven),* 1988. In Corporate Takeovers: Causes and Consequences, edited by Alan Auerbach, University of Chicago Press, 191-220.

Comments on "Converting Corporations to Partnerships through Leverage" by Myron S. Scholes and Mark A. Wolfson,* 1990. In Taxes, Debt, and Corporate Restructuring, edited by John Shoven and Joel Waldfogel, The Brookings Institution, 196-200.

* Published as Laurie Simon Bagwell

Teaching Cases, Articles, and Published Teaching Materials

Are U.S. Firms Really Holding Too Much Cash?” Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research Policy Brief, July 2013.

Four Princesses, Meet the Fantastic Four: Disney's 2009 Acquisition of Marvel,” 2011. Columbia CaseWorks #110314.

"Don’t Be Evil: Google’s 2004 Dutch Auction IPO," 2009. Columbia CaseWorks #090327.

Cash is King: Microsoft’s 2004 Cash Disbursement,” 2008. Columbia CaseWorks #070302.

The War of the Handbags: The Takeover Battle for Gucci Group N.V.” (joint with Sean Carr and Robert Bruner), 2005. Darden Case No. UVA-F-1473.

"Walgreen Company, 1990: The Cash Distribution Decision," 2008. Columbia CaseWorks #080322.

Dutch Auctions,” Columbia Business School Ideas at Work, June 2005.

Google’s IPO: A Dutch auction works, if you let it,” Columbia Business School Hermes Magazine, Fall 2004.

Research Roundtable Discussion: The Diversification Discount, Financial Economics Network Educator, 2004. Summary

WORKING PAPERS

Self-Selection and Stock Returns Around Corporate Security Offering Announcements” (joint with Marie Dutordoir), Unpublished Working Paper, latest verison January 2012, currently being revised for resubmission to the Journal of Financial Economics.

“Do Stock Splits Enhance Liquidity?” (joint with Bob Korajczyk), Unpublished Working Paper, first draft October 1999.