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Kelly Shue
Kelly Shue
Professor of Finance, Yale School of Management
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Screening peers softly: Inferring the quality of small borrowers
R Iyer, AI Khwaja, EFP Luttmer, K Shue
Management Science 62 (6), 1554-1577, 2016
831*2016
Executive networks and firm policies: Evidence from the random assignment of MBA peers
K Shue
The Review of Financial Studies 26 (6), 1401-1442, 2013
4462013
Do managers do good with other people's money?
H Cheng, H Hong, K Shue
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2013
3822013
Decision-making under the gambler's fallacy: Evidence from asylum judges, loan officers, and baseball umpires
D Chen, TJ Moskowitz, K Shue
Quarterly Journal of Economics 131 (3), 1181-1241, 2016
2632016
How do quasi‐random option grants affect CEO risk‐taking?
K Shue, RR Townsend
The Journal of Finance 72 (6), 2551-2588, 2017
144*2017
Promotions and the peter principle
A Benson, D Li, K Shue
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 134 (4), 2085-2134, 2019
1362019
A tough act to follow: Contrast effects in financial markets
SM Hartzmark, K Shue
The Journal of Finance 73 (4), 1567-1613, 2018
1192018
No news is news: do markets underreact to nothing?
S Giglio, K Shue
The Review of Financial Studies 27 (12), 3389-3440, 2014
1052014
Growth through rigidity: An explanation for the rise in CEO pay
K Shue, RR Townsend
Journal of Financial Economics 123 (1), 1-21, 2017
812017
Who Misvotes? The Effect of Differential Cognition Costs on Election Outcomes
K Shue, EFP Luttmer
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 1 (1), 229-257, 2009
762009
Leverage-induced fire sales and stock market crashes
J Bian, Z He, K Shue, H Zhou
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
682018
Can the Market Multiply and Divide? Non‐Proportional Thinking in Financial Markets
K Shue, RR Townsend
The Journal of Finance 76 (5), 2307-2357, 2021
492021
The gender gap in housing returns
P Goldsmith-Pinkham, K Shue
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
492020
Do managers do good with other people's money?(No. w19432)
IH Cheng, H Hong, K Shue
NBER working paper, 2013
312013
Whom do consumers trust with their data? US survey evidence
O Armantier, S Doerr, J Frost, A Fuster, K Shue
BIS Bulletins, 2021
192021
Potential” and the gender promotion gap
A Benson, D Li, K Shue
working paper, 2021
192021
Consistent good news and inconsistent bad news
R Harbaugh, J Maxwell, K Shue
Wokring Paper, 2016
172016
Margin trading and leverage management
J Bian, Z Da, Z He, D Lou, K Shue, H Zhou
University of Chicago, Becker Friedman Institute for Economics Working Paper, 2021
122021
Screening in new credit markets: Can individual lenders infer borrower creditworthiness in peer-to-peer lending?. AFA 2011 Denver meetings paper
R Iyer, AI Khwaja, EFP Luttmer, K Shue
82009
Screening in alternative credit markets: Can individual lenders infer borrower credit-worthiness in peer-to-peer lending
R Iyer, AI Khwaja, EFP Luttmer, K Shue
mimeo, 2009
42009
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