Mark M Westerfield
Mark M Westerfield
Associate Professor of Finance, University of Washington
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The price impact and survival of irrational traders
L Kogan, SA Ross, J Wang, MM Westerfield
The Journal of Finance 61 (1), 195-229, 2006
4042006
High‐Water Marks: High Risk Appetites? Convex Compensation, Long Horizons, and Portfolio Choice
S Panageas, MM Westerfield
The Journal of Finance 64 (1), 1-36, 2009
2852009
Looking for someone to blame: Delegation, cognitive dissonance, and the disposition effect
TY Chang, DH Solomon, MM Westerfield
The Journal of Finance 71 (1), 267-302, 2016
2522016
Portfolio choice with illiquid assets
A Ang, D Papanikolaou, MM Westerfield
Management Science 60 (11), 2737-2761, 2014
1632014
Resource accumulation through economic ties: Evidence from venture capital
YV Hochberg, LA Lindsey, MM Westerfield
Journal of Financial Economics 118 (2), 245-267, 2015
104*2015
Disagreement and learning in a dynamic contracting model
T Adrian, MM Westerfield
Review of Financial Studies 22 (10), 3873-3906, 2009
802009
Market selection
L Kogan, SA Ross, J Wang, MM Westerfield
Journal of Economic Theory 168, 209-236, 2017
742017
Optimal dynamic contracts with moral hazard and costly monitoring
T Piskorski, MM Westerfield
Journal of Economic Theory 166, 242-281, 2016
592016
The size and specialization of direct investment portfolios
YV Hochberg, MM Westerfield
AFA 2011 Denver meetings paper, 2010
252010
Dynamic resource allocation with hidden volatility
FZ Feng, MM Westerfield
Journal of Financial Economics 140 (2), 560-581, 2021
9*2021
Capital Commitment
E Gourier, L Phalippou, MM Westerfield
2021
Setbacks, Shutdowns, and Overruns
FZ Feng, CR Taylor, MM Westerfield, F Zhang
Available at SSRN 3775340, 2021
2021
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