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Dirk Hackbarth | Professor of Finance
Everett W. Lord Distinguished Faculty Scholar
Center for Finance, Law & Policy Faculty Fellow
CEPR Research Fellow | ECGI Research Member

Boston University Questrom School of Business
595 Commonwealth Avenue | Boston, MA 02215
Email: dhackbar @ bu . edu | Tel: (617) 358-4206

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Working Papers

  1. ''Corporate Debt Maturity Profiles,'' with J. Choi and J. Zechner. Journal of Financial Economics, Forthcoming.
    • CEPR Discussion Paper No. 12289, September 2017.

  2. ''Financing Asset Sales and Business Cycles,'' with M. Arnold and T. Puhan. Review of Finance, Forthcoming.

  3. ''Inflexibility and Stock Returns,'' with L. Gu and T. Johnson. Review of Financial Studies, Forthcoming.

  4. ''Optimal Short-Termism,'' with A. Rivera, and T. Wong. November 2017.

  5. ''Does the Potential to Merge Reduce Competition?,'' with B. Taub. November 2017.

  6. ''Granularity of Corporate Debt,'' with J. Choi and J. Zechner. October 2017.

  7. ''Investment-Based Trade-Off Theory,'' with A. Stahmer. August 2017. Coming Soon.

  8. ''Corporate Investment and Financing Dynamics,'' with D. Sun. July 2017.

  9. ''Recent Developments in Dynamic Capital Structure,'' with H. Leland. April 2017. In Preparation for Annual Reviews of Financial Economics.

  10. ''Asymmetric Information and the Pecking (Dis)Order,'' with P. Fulghieri and D. Garcia. December 2016.
    • CEPR Discussion Paper No. 10660, June 2015.

  11. ''Disruptive Innovation, Organizational Strategy, and Real Options.'' In Progress.

  12. ''Optimal Capital and Maturity Structure,'' with H. Leland. In Progress.

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