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Mark Weinstein

Emeritus Associate Professor of Finance and Business Economics
Building
HOH
Room / Office
206

PhD, MBA, SB, University of Chicago; MSIA, Carnegie-Mellon University

Mark Weinstein's main research interests lie in the relation between law and finance and how this affects corporate governance. His research has appeared in, among others, The Journal of Finance, The Journal of Financial Economics, The American Law and Economics Review, and The Journal of Legal Studies. He is currently on the editorial board of the Pacific Basin Finance Journal, and previously served as Book Review Editor for the Journal of Finance. Professor Weinstein has been Secretary/Treasurer of the Society for Financial Studies since its founding in 1987. He has consulted with numerous firms and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Prof. Weinstein is also Associate Professor of Business and Law in the USC Gould School Law.
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Mark Weinstein, Daniel Klerman, Paul Mahoney, Holger Spamann () "Legal Origin and Economic Growth ,"  Journal of Legal Analysis  11, 1-31.
Mark Weinstein () "Larry Fisher: our Sherpa into the mountains of data ,"  Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting  35, 127 - 135.
Mark Weinstein () "Don't Leave Home Without It: Limited Liability Comes to American Express ,"  Journal of Legal Studies  38.
Mark Weinstein, Jay Shanken () "Economic Forces and the Stock Market Revisited ,"  Journal of Empirical Finance.
Mark Weinstein () "Limited Liability in California 1928-1931: It's the Lawyers ,"  American Law and Economics Review  7, 439-483.
Mark Weinstein () "Movie Contracts: Is "Net" "Gross"? ,"  An Economic History of Film  Routlege.
Mark Weinstein () "Share Price Changes and the Arrival of Limited Liability in California ,"  Journal of Legal Studies.
Mark Weinstein, Paul Mahoney () "The Appraisal Remedy and Merger Premiums ,"  American Law and Economics Review.
Mark Weinstein () "Profit Sharing Contracts in Hollywood: Evolution and Analysis ,"  Journal of Legal Studies.
Mark Weinstein () "The Empirical Evidence on Zombie Airlines ,"  The Impact of Bankruptcy on Free Market Competition.
Mark Weinstein () "The Accessibility of International Financial Markets ,"  Small Firms in Global Competition  Oxford University Press.
Mark Weinstein, N. Jagadeesh, I. Welch () "An Empirical Investigation of IPO Underpricing and Subsequent Equity Offerings ,"  Journal of Financial Economics.
Mark Weinstein, Y-S Chan () "Bid-Ask Spread, and Market Structure ,"  Financial Analysts Journal.
Mark Weinstein () "A Curmudgeon's View of Junk Bonds ,"  Journal of Portfolio Management.
Mark Weinstein, R. Kalaba, T. Langetieg, N. Zubi () "The Estimation of Models Arising in the Pricing of Differential Contingent Claims ,"  Advances in Futures and Options Research.
Mark Weinstein, Y. Amihud, P. Dodd () "Conglomerate Mergers, Managerial Motives and Stockholder Wealth ,"  Journal of Banking and Finance.
Mark Weinstein, T. Campbell, J. Dietrich () "Some Evidence on Bank Holding Company Regulation: The Question of Expansion into the Insurance Business ,"  Bank Structure and Competition: Conference Proceedings.
Mark Weinstein () "The Equity Component of Corporate Bonds ,"  Journal of Portfolio Management.
Mark Weinstein, S. Brown () "The Use of Derived Factors in Event Studies ,"  Journal of Financial Economics.
Mark Weinstein, R. Kalaba, T. Langetieg, N. Rasakhoo () "Estimation of Implicit Bankruptcy Costs ,"  Journal of Finance.
Mark Weinstein () "Bond Systematic Risk and the Option Pricing Model ,"  Journal of Finance.
Mark Weinstein () "Financial Management ,"  Management for Physicians  Medical Examination Publishing Co..
Mark Weinstein, T. Clark () "The Behavior of the Common Stock of Bankrupt Firms ,"  Journal of Finance.
Mark Weinstein, S. Brown () "The Bilinear Paradigm: A New Approach to Testing Asset Pricing Models ,"  Journal of Finance.
Mark Weinstein () "The Systematic Risk of Corporate Bonds ,"  Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis.
Mark Weinstein () "The Seasoning Process of New Corporate Bonds ,"  Journal of Finance.
Mark Weinstein () "The Effect of a Rating Change Announcement on Bond Price ,"  Journal of Financial Economics.