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March 2011The U.S. Left Behind: The Rise of IPO Activity Around the World
with Craig Doidge, G. Andrew Karolyi, René M. Stulz: w16916

Published: “The U.S. left behind? Financial globalization and the rise of IPOs outside the U.S.,” with Craig Doidge and G. Andrew Karolyi, Journal of Financial Economics, 2013, v110(3), 546-573.

August 2008Why Do Foreign Firms Leave U.S. Equity Markets?
with Craig Doidge, G. Andrew Karolyi, René M. Stulz: w14245

Published: "Why Do Foreign Firms Leave U.S. Equity Markets?," with Craig Doidge and G. Andrew Karolyi, Journal of Finance, v.65(4), 1507-1553.

May 2007Has New York Become Less Competitive in Global Markets? Evaluating Foreign Listing Choices Over Time
with Craig Doidge, G. Andrew Karolyi, Rene M. Stulz: w13079
March 2005Private Benefits of Control, Ownership, and the Cross-Listing Decision
with Craig Doidge, G. Andrew Karolyi, Karl V. Lins, Darius P. Miller, Rene M. Stulz: w11162

Published: Doidge, Craig, G. Andrew Karolyi, Karl V.Lins, Darius P. Miller, and Rene M. Stulz. "Private Benefits of Control, Ownership, and the Cross-Listing Decision." Journal of Finance 64, 1 (February 2009): 425-66. citation courtesy of

September 2004Why Do Countries Matter So Much for Corporate Governance?
with Rene M. Stulz, Craig Doidge, Andrew Karolyi: w10726

Published: Doidge, Craig & Andrew Karolyi, G. & Stulz, Rene M., 2007. "Why do countries matter so much for corporate governance?," Journal of Financial Economics, Elsevier, vol. 86(1), pages 1-39, October. citation courtesy of

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