This course prepares Ph.D. students to do research in empirical corporate finance. The course is organized around published and working papers in the field with an emphasis on econometric methods. Rather than providing an exhaustive overview of the field, the course focuses on selected topics in depth to illustrate different empirical approaches to the same or related questions. Using papers on corporate finance, the course highlights the following empirical themes: endogeneity, difference in difference estimators and event studies.
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