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Sarbanes-Oxley added numerous outside inspections on company audit controls. Contrary to corporate complaints, a new study verifies the need.
Fall 2012
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During the financial crisis of 2007-2009, the banking industry suffered a huge decline in liquidity on their own balance sheets, decreasing the amount of money they could lend. Did banks’ efforts to absorb the liquidity shock spike a decline in overall credit supply?
Fall 2012
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Marcia Millon Cornett, Jamie John McNutt, Philip E. Strahan, and Hassan Tehranian

Gift cards – that one-size-fits-all present for any occasion – can be an excellent choice for both giver and receiver. But how do companies account for them when the card is never redeemed?
Fall 2012
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Boards of directors have two jobs: oversight and advising. But can too much oversight lead to worse advice?
Fall 2012
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Olubunmi Faleye, Rani Hoitash, and Udi Hoitash

How do an individual’s perceptions of genetic testing - and concerns about diseases - impact decisions to undergo multiplex genetic testing?
Fall 2012
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Samuel Woolford, Barbara Biesecker, Sharon Hensley Alford, Theresa  Marteau, J. Scott Roberts, Shoshana Shiloh, and Christopher Wade