Journal of Financial Economics

The Journal of Financial Economics began a new section containing applied papers and case studies in 1989. This section provides a high-quality professional outlet for scholarly studies of actual cases, events or practice. Such phenomena provide a rich source of data that illustrate or challenge accepted theory and lead to new insights about the world. These studies currently have few professional outlets, and with this section The Journal of Financial Economics takes a leading role in encouraging such work.

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Patrick Augustin, V. Sokolovski, M.G. Subrahmanyam, and D. Tomio, "In Sickness and in Debt: The COVID-19 Impact on Sovereign Credit Risk?", Journal of Financial Economics, Forthcoming.


Patrick Augustin, Mikhail Chernov and Dongho Song, "Measuring sovereign bond market integration," Journal of Financial Economics, Forthcoming


Laurent Barras, "A Large-Scale Approach for Evaluating Asset Pricing Models," Journal of Financial Economics, Forthcoming


Jayanthi Sunder, Shyam V. Sunder and Jingjing Zhang, "Pilot CEOs and Corporate Innovation," Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 123, No. 1, 2017, pp. 209-224.


Laurent Barras and Aytek Malkhozov, "Does Variance Risk Have Two Prices? Evidence from the Equity and Option Markets,” Journal of Financial Economics,  Vol. 121, 2016, pp. 79-92.


Andres Almazan, Adolfo de Motta and Sheridan Titman, "Debt, Labor Markets, and the Creation and Destruction of Firms," Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 118, No. 3, December 2015, pp. 636-657. 


Sebastien Betermier, Thomas Jansson, Christine Parlour and Johan Walden, “Hedging Labor Income Risk,” Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 105, No. 3, 2012, pp. 622-639.
Jan Ericsson, “The Cost and Timing of Financial Distress,” Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 105, No. 1, 2012, pp. 62-81.
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