Banks delay the foreclosure of delinquent mortgages located in the districts of the Financial Services Committee members of the U.S House of Representatives


Agarwal, Amromin, Ben-David, and Dinc (JF forth)

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Publications

The Politics of Foreclosures, October 2017. forthcoming in Journal of Finance. (with Sumit Agarwal, Gene Amromin, and Itzhak Ben-David).

Fire Sale Discount: Evidence from the Sale of Minority Equity Stakes, June 2017. Forthcoming, Journal of Financial Economics (with Isil Erel and Rose Liao).

Corporate Distress and Lobbying: Evidence from the Stimulus Act, 2014, Journal of Financial Economics, 114 (2): 256-272 (with Manuel Adelino). Summary (non-technical).

Economic Nationalism in Mergers & Acquisitions, 2013 (December), Journal of Finance, 68: 2471-2514 (with Isil Erel).

Too Many To Fail? Evidence of Regulatory Reluctance in Bank Failures when the Banking Sector is Weak, 2011 (April), Review of Financial Studies, 24(4) (with Craig O. Brown)

The Decision to Privatize: Finance and Politics, 2011 (February), Journal of Finance, 66 (1), 241-269 (with Nandini Gupta).

Monitoring the Monitors: The Corporate Governance in Japanese Banks and Their Real Estate Lending in the 1980s, 2006 (November), Journal of Business, 79 (6), 3057-3081.

The Politics of Bank Failures: Evidence from Emerging Markets, 2005 (November), Quarterly Journal of Economics, 120 (4), 1413-1444. (with Craig O. Brown)

Politicians and Banks: Political Influences on Government-Owned Banks in Emerging Markets, 2005 (August), Journal of Financial Economics, 77, 453-479.

Bank Reputation, Bank Commitment and the Effects of Competition in Credit Markets, 2000, Review of Financial Studies, 13, 781-812.


Working Papers

Multinational Firms and the International Transmission of Crises: The Real Economy Channel, September 2017. (with Jan Bena, and Isil Erel).



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