Nonlocal disadvantage: An examination of social media sentiment, Review of Asset Pricing Studies, forthcoming, with R. Giannini and T. Shu.
Customer-Base Concentration, Profitabllity and the Relationship Life Cycle (2016) with Shawn Park and Celim Yildizhan, The Accounting Review, 91 (3), 883-906.
Institutional Trading and Stock Resiliency: Evidence from the 2007-2009 Financial Crisis, (2013) with Amber Anand, Andy Puckett and Kumar Venkataraman, Journal of Financial Economics 108 (3), 773-797.
Goldstein, M., P. Irvine and A. Puckett, (2011). Purchasing IPOs with Commissions, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 46 (5).
Performance of Institutional Trading Desks: An Analysis of Persistence in Trading Costs, (2012), with Amber Anand, Andy Puckett and Kumar Venkataraman, Review of Financial Studies, 25(2), 557-598.
Goldstein, M., P. Irvine, E. Kandel, and Z. Weiner, (2009). Brokerage Commissions and Institutional Trading Patterns, Review of Financial Studies 22 (12).
Irvine, P., and J. Pontiff, (2009). Idiosyncratic return volatility, cash flows and product market competition, Review of Financial Studies, 22 (3).
Irvine, P., Lipson, M., and A. Puckett, (2007). Tipping, Review of Financial Studies, 20 (3), 741-768.
Busse, J., and P. Irvine, (2006). Bayesian Alphas and Mutual Fund Persistence, Journal of Finance, 61 (5).
Irvine, P., Nathan, S., and P. Simko (2004) Asset Management and Affiliated Analysts’ Forecasts, Financial Analysts Journal, May/June. 67-78.
Irvine, P., (2004) Analysts’ Forecasts and Brokerage-Firm Trading, The Accounting Review,
79 (1), 125-149.
Irvine, P., (2003) The Incremental Impact of Analyst Initiation of Coverage, Journal of Corporate Finance, 9 (4).
Benston, G., Irvine, P., Rosenfeld, J., and J. Sinkey, (2003) Bank Capital Structure, Regulatory Capital and Securities Innovations, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 35 (3).
Irvine, P., (2000) Do Analysts’ Generate Trade for their Firms? Evidence from the Toronto Stock Exchange. Journal of Accounting and Economics, 30 (2).
Irvine, P., and J. Rosenfeld, (2000) Raising Capital Using Monthly Income Preferred Shares: Market Reaction and Implications for Capital Structure Theory, Financial Management, 29 (2).
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Cases, Appendices and other items collected over the years
Minerals Gold, fraud and mining engineers jumping out of
Full Appendices to Busse and Irvine, Bayesian alphas and mutual fund persistence
Jeff Vinik at Fidelity Magellan Mutual fund case on top-down and bottom-up investment strategy and suitability
Theory of Finance 9200: Phd course Syllabus
and asset pricing: the case of the short squeeze and returns to the
70513: Security Analysis
FINA 30213: Investments
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