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Inessa Liskovich
Inessa Liskovich
McCombs School of Business
Verified email at mccombs.utexas.edu - Homepage
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Regression discontinuity and the price effects of stock market indexing
YC Chang, H Hong, I Liskovich
The Review of Financial Studies 28 (1), 212-246, 2015
3102015
Crime, punishment and the halo effect of corporate social responsibility
H Hong, I Liskovich
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2015
1172015
Crime, punishment and the value of corporate social responsibility
HG Hong, JD Kubik, I Liskovich, J Scheinkman
Available at SSRN 2492202, 2019
922019
Hacking corporate reputations
P Akey, S Lewellen, I Liskovich, C Schiller
Rotman School of Management Working Paper, 2021
472021
Experimental design in two-sided platforms: An analysis of bias
R Johari, H Li, I Liskovich, GY Weintraub
Management Science, 2022
362022
Reducing interference bias in online marketplace pricing experiments
D Holtz, R Lobel, I Liskovich, S Aral
arXiv preprint arXiv:2004.12489, 2020
192020
Borrowers in search of feedback: Evidence from consumer credit markets
I Liskovich, M Shaton
FEDS Working Paper, 2017
142017
Courts, markets and the good firm
H Hong, I Liskovich
Working paper, Princeton University and the University of Texas at Austin, 2016
62016
Corporate Governance and the Firm's Workforce
I Liskovich
Available at SSRN 2765591, 2016
42016
Selection into informative consumer credit markets
I Liskovich, M Shaton
Available at SSRN 2879040, 2018
22018
WHITHER THE GOOD FIRM
H HONG, I LISKOVICH
Performance and Progress: Essays on Capitalism, Business, and Society, 307, 2015
2015
Essays in Empirical Financial Economics
I Liskovich
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University, 2015
2015
Regression Discontinuity and the Price Effects of Stock Market Indexing
C Yen-cheng, H Harrison, I Liskovich
NBER Working Paper Series, 19290, 2013
2013
REGRESSION DISCONTINUITY AND THE PRICE EFFECTS OF STOCK MARKET INDEXING Yen-cheng Chang Harrison Hong
I Liskovich
2013
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