Abigail Hornstein
Abigail Hornstein
Department of Economics, Wesleyan University
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Multinationals do it better: Evidence on the efficiency of corporations' capital budgeting
WH Greene, AS Hornstein, LJ White
Journal of Empirical Finance 16 (5), 703-720, 2009
462009
Multinationals do it better: Evidence on the efficiency of corporations' capital budgeting
WH Greene, AS Hornstein, LJ White
Journal of Empirical Finance 16 (5), 703-720, 2009
462009
Corporate capital budgeting decisions and information sharing
AS Hornstein, M Zhao
Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 20 (4), 1135-1170, 2011
302011
Usage of an estimated coefficient as a dependent variable
AS Hornstein, WH Greene
Economics Letters 116 (3), 316-318, 2012
252012
Corporate capital budgeting and CEO turnover
AS Hornstein
Journal of corporate finance 20, 41-58, 2013
172013
Where a contract is signed determines its value: Chinese provincial variation in utilized vs. contracted FDI flows
AS Hornstein
Journal of Comparative Economics 39 (1), 92-107, 2011
142011
Managerial investment in mutual funds: Determinants and performance implications
AS Hornstein, J Hounsell
Journal of Economics and Business 87, 18-34, 2016
112016
Is more less? Propensity to diversify via M&A and market reactions
AS Hornstein, Z Nguyen
International Review of Financial Analysis 34, 76-88, 2014
102014
The impact of local governance institutions on foreign market listings: The case of Chinese firms
AS Hornstein
China Economic Review 29, 46-67, 2014
62014
Reaching through the fog: Institutional environment and cross‐border giving of corporate foundations
AS Hornstein, M Zhao
Strategic Management Journal 39 (10), 2666-2690, 2018
52018
Managerial investment in mutual funds
A Hornstein, J Hounsell
Social Science Research Network, 1-54, 2012
32012
Words vs. actions: International variation in the propensity to fulfil investment pledges in China
AS Hornstein
China Economic Review 45, 195-218, 2017
12017
Giving across borders: Philanthropy or business as usual?
AS Hornstein, M Zhao
12011
Do Multinational Enterprises Use Capital More Effectively?
AS Hornstein
Unpublished manuscript, Stern School of Business, New York University, 2004
12004
Board Overlaps in Mutual Fund Families
AS Hornstein, E Sisli Ciamarra
Available at SSRN 2661860, 2016
2016
Board Overlaps in Mutual Fund Families
E Sisli Ciamarra, A Hornstein
Brandeis University, Department of Economics and International Businesss School, 2015
2015
Board Overlaps in Mutual Fund Families
ES Ciamarra, A Hornstein
Brandeis University, Department of Economics and International Businesss …, 2015
2015
Wesleyan Economic Working Papers
AS Hornstein, J Hounsell
2013
Wesleyan Economic Working Papers
AS Hornstein, J Hounsell
2013
Is More Less? The Impact of M&A and Diversification: Evidence from 2000-2010
AS Hornstein, Z Nguyen
2012
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