Working Papers


AndikogiannopoulouA., Ventouri, A. and Yonker, S. (2023). Not In My Backyard: Intrinsic Motivation and Corporate Pollution Abatement

BarberisN. and Jin, L. (2023). Model-free and Model-based Learning as Joint Drivers of Investor Behavior

Bayar, O., FlorosIV., Liu, Y. and Mao, J. (2023). Litigation and Information Effects on Private Sales of Securities

FlorosIV., Johnson, SA. and Zhao, W. (2023). Redaction as a Response to SFAS No. 131’s Mandatory Disclosure of Segment Information

FlorosIV., Singh, AK., Suzuki, K. (2023). Information Absorption in Stocks with Short-Selling Constraints

Ioannidou, V., Pinto, R. and Wang, Z. (2023). Corporate Pension Risk-Taking in a Low Interest Rate Environment

Fu, J., IoannidouV. and Mishra, M. (2023). Don’t Stay Put: Ride the (Credit) Wave

IoannidouV., Kokkas, S., Lambert, T. and Michaelides, A. (2023). (In)dependent Central Banks

IoannidouV., Gallo, A. and Gao, N. (2023). Who Pays for the Shortages of Safe Assets?

IoannidouV., Carletti, E., Marco, F. and Sette, E. (2023). Borrower Runs


Anthropelos, M. and Schneider, P. (2021). Optimal Investment and Equiibrium Pricing under Ambiguity.

 Anthropelos, M. and Blontzou , E. (2022). On the Super-Replicating Value of Pension Plans.

Alexiou, L., Goyal, A., Kostakis, A., and L. Rompolis. (2022). Pricing Event Risk: Evidence from Concave Implied Volatility Curves.

Papakonstantinou, F., Andrikogiannopoulou, A., Krueger, P. and Mitali, S. (2022). Discretionary Information in ESG Investing: A Text Analysis of Mutual Fund Prospectuses.

Papanikolaou, D., Crouzet, N., Eberly, J. and Eisfeld, A. (2021). The Economics of Intangible Capital.


Artavanis,N., Lee, B., Panageas, S. and Tsoutsoura, M. (2021). Zombie Lending and Cross-Subsidization in a Lending Crisis.

Barberis, N. and Jin, L. (2021). Model-free and Model-based Learning as Joint Drivers of Investor Behavior.

Floros, I., Feng, M., Johnson, S. and  and Ling, Z.  (2021). Walking the Line between Reducing Information Asymmetry and Protecting Proprietary Information: Management Forecasts by Newly Public Firms.

Garleanu,N., Panageas, S. and Zheng, G. (2021). A Long Leg and a Short Leg make for a Wobbly Equilibrium.

Papanikolaou, N., Kogan, L. and Song, J. (2021). Technological Innovation and Labor Income Risk (new version).

Papanikolaou, N., Kogan, L., Schmidt, L. and Seegmiller, B. (2021). Technological Change and Occupations over the Long Run.

Ramadorai, T., Balasubramaniam, V., Campbell, J. and Ranish, B. (2021). Who owns what? A factor model for direct stockholding.

Ramadorai, T., Uettwiller, A. and Walther, A. (2021). The Market for Data Privacy.

Ramadorai, T., Anagol, S., Davids, A. and Lockwood, B. (2021). Do Firms have a Preference for Paying exactly Zero Tax?

Ramadorai, T., Andersen, S., Badarinza, C., Lu Liu, C. and Marx, J. (2021). Reference dependence in the housing market.

Ramadorai, T. and Zeni, F. (2021). Climate Regulation and Emissions Abatement: Theory and Evidence from Firms’ Disclosures

Skiadopoulos, G., Faccini, R. and Matin, R. (2021). Dissecting Climate Risks: Are they Reflected in Stock Prices?


Abel A., Panageas, S. (2020). The Impact of Financial Constraints on Investment, Dividends, and q.

Barberis, N., Jin, L., and Wang B. (2020). Prospect Theory and Stock Market Anomalies.

Barkai S., Panageas, S. (2020). Value without Employment.

Pagano, M., Wagner, C. and Zechner, J. (2020). Disaster Resilience and Asset Prices.

Papanikolaou, D. (2020). Working Remotely and the Supply-side Impact of Covid-19.

Papanikolaou, D., Kogan, L., Schmidt, L. and Seegmiller, L. (2020). Technological Change and Occupations over the Long Run.

Papanikolaou, D., Kogan, L., Schmidt, L. and Song, J. (2020). Technological Innovation and the Distribution of Labor Income Growth Rates.

Papanikolaou, D., Li, D. and Krieger, J. (2020). Missing Novelty in Drug Development.

Ramadorai, T. and Zeni, F. (2020). Climate regulation and emissions abatement: Theory and evidence from firms’ disclosures.

Ramadorai, T., Badarinza, C. and Shimizu, C. (2020). Gravity, counterparties, and foreign investment.

Ramadorai, T., Fuster, A., Goldsmith-Pinkham, P. and Walther A. (2020). Predictably unequal? The effects of machine learning on credit markets.


Andersen, S., Badarinza, C., Liu, L., Marx, J., and Ramadorai, T. (2019). Reference Points in the Housing Market.

Anthropelos, M., Bank, P. and Gokay, S. (2019). Equilibrium Transactions with Large Investors and Indifferent Market Makers.

Anthropelos, M., Geng, T. and Zaphiropoulou, T. (2019). Competitive Investment Strategies under Relative Forward Performance Criteria.

Badarinza, C., Ramadorai, T. and Shimizu, C. (2019). Gravity, Counterparties, and Foreign Investment.

Delikouras, S. and Kostakis, A. (2019). Mutual Fund Performance When It Really Matters Most.

Floros, I., Sivaramakrishnan, S. and Zufarov , R.(2019). Private Information Index and Proprietary Costs.

Gkionis, K., Kostakis, A., and Stathopoulos, K. (2019). Manifestations of Political Uncertainty around US Presidential Elections: Cross-sectional Evidence from the Option Market.

Hiraki, K., and Skiadopoulos, G. (2019). The Contribution of Frictions to Expected Returns

Ioannidou,V., Pavanini, N. and Peng, Y. (2019). Collateral Requirements and Adverse Selection in Lending Markets.

Papanikolaou, D., Kondo.J. and Li, D. (2019). Trust, Collaboration, and Economic Growth.

Ramadorai, T., Balasubramaniam, V. and Anagol, S. (2019). Learning from noise: Evidence from India’s IPO lotteries. 

Ramadorai, T., Andersen, S., Cambell Y., J. and Meisner-Nielsen, K. (2019). Sources of inaction in household finance: Evidence from the Danish mortgage market.

Ramadorai, T., Babina, T., Jotikasthira, P. and Lundblad, C. (2019). Heterogenous taxes and limited risk sharing: Evidence from municipal bonds.

Ramadorai, T., Uettwiller, A. and Walther, A. (2019). The Market for Data Privacy.

Vayanos, D., and Jean-Luc V. (2019). A Preferred-Habitat Model of the Term Structure of Interest Rates.

Vayanos, D., Buffa, A. and Woolley, P. (2019). Asset Management Contracts and Equilibrium Prices.


Anagol, S., Balasubramaniam, V. and Ramadorai, T. (2018). Noise trading and Experience Effects.

Andersen, S., Campbell, Y., J., Meisner-Nielsen, K. and Ramadorai, T. (2018).  Sources of inaction in household finance: Evidence from the Danish mortgage market.

Antrhopelos, M. and Kardaras, C. (2018). Equilibrium in Thin Markets with Heterogeneous Agents and Limited Participation.

Antrhopelos, M., Kardaras, C. and Vichos, G. (2018). The Effective Risk Aversion in Thin Risk-Sharing Markets.

Antrhopelos, M., Robertson, S. and Spiliopoulos, K. (2018). Optimal Investment and Derivative Demand under Price Impact.

Badarinza, C., Ramadorai, T. and Shimizu, C. (2018). Nationality bias at home and abroad: Theory and evidence from commercial real estate.

Barberis, N. (2018). Psychology-based Models of Asset Prices and Trading Volume, National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER).

Bhattacharya, A. and O’Hara, M. (2018). Can ETFs Increase Market Fragility? Effect of Information Linkages in ETF Markets.

Carletti, E., De Marco, F., Ioannidou,V. and  Sette, E. (2018). Banks as Patient Lenders: Evidence from a Tax Reform.

Constantinides, M., G. and Ghosh, A. (2018).What Information Drives Asset Prices?

Easley, D., O’Hara, M. and Basu, S. (2018). From Mining to Markets: The Evolution of Bitcoin Transaction Fees.

Fuster, A., Goldsmith-Pinkham, P., Ramadorai, T. and Walther, A. (2018). Predictably Unequal? The Effects of Machine Learning on Credit Markets.

Gkionis, K., Kostakis, A., Skiadopoulos, S., G. and Stilger, P., S. (2018). Positive Stock Information in OTM Option Prices.

Goncharov, I., Ioannidou, V. and Schmalz, C., M. (2018). (Why) Do Central Banks Care about Their Profits?

Jiang, H., Skoulakis, G. and Xue, J. (2018). Oil and Equity Return Predictability: The Importance of Dissecting the Shocks Embedded in Oil Price Changes.

Krieger, J., Li, D. and Papanikolaou, D. (2018). Developing Novel Drugs.

Papadimitri, P., Staikouras, P., Travlos, N., C. Tsoumas, (2018). Punished Banks’ Acquisitions: Evidence from the U.S. Banking Industry.