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Anticipating the financial crisis: evidence from insider trading in banks
(Oxford University Press, 2020-04)
Banking crises are recurrent phenomena, often induced by excessive bank risk-taking, which may be due to behavioural reasons (over-optimistic banks neglecting risks) and to conflicts of interest between bank shareholders/managers ...
Political connections and informed trading: Evidence from TARP
We study insider trading behavior surrounding the largest bank bailout in history: Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP). In politically connected banks, insider buying during the pre-TARP period is associated with increases ...
The real estate and credit bubble: evidence from Spain
(Springer Science+Business Media, 2014-08)
We analyze the determinants of real estate and credit bubbles using a unique borrower-lender matched dataset on mortgage loans in Spain. The dataset contain real estate credit and price conditions (loan principal and spread, ...
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