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Itay Goldstein
Itay Goldstein
Joel S. Ehrenkranz Family Professor of Finance, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
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Price informativeness and investment sensitivity to stock price
Q Chen, I Goldstein, W Jiang
The Review of Financial Studies 20 (3), 619-650, 2007
17532007
Demand–Deposit Contracts and the Probability of Bank Runs
I Goldstein, A Pauzner
the Journal of Finance 60 (3), 1293-1327, 2005
15452005
The real effects of financial markets
P Bond, A Edmans, I Goldstein
Annu. Rev. Financ. Econ. 4 (1), 339-360, 2012
10862012
The real effects of financial markets: The impact of prices on takeovers
A Edmans, I Goldstein, W Jiang
Journal of Finance, 2010
7802010
Payoff complementarities and financial fragility: Evidence from mutual fund outflows
Q Chen, I Goldstein, W Jiang
Journal of Financial Economics 97 (2), 239-262, 2010
7462010
Manipulation and the allocational role of prices
I Goldstein, A Guembel
Review of Economic Studies 75 (1), 133-164, 2008
6542008
Investor flows and fragility in corporate bond funds
I Goldstein, H Jiang, DT Ng
Journal of Financial Economics 126 (3), 592-613, 2017
6242017
To FinTech and beyond
I Goldstein, W Jiang, GA Karolyi
The Review of Financial Studies 32 (5), 1647-1661, 2019
6192019
Should banks' stress test results be disclosed? An analysis of the costs and benefits
I Goldstein, H Sapra
Foundations and Trends® in Finance 8 (1), 1-54, 2014
4752014
An information-based trade off between foreign direct investment and foreign portfolio investment
I Goldstein, A Razin
Journal of International Economics 70 (1), 271-295, 2006
414*2006
Contagion of self-fulfilling financial crises due to diversification of investment portfolios
I Goldstein, A Pauzner
Journal of Economic Theory 119 (1), 151-183, 2004
4102004
Stress tests and information disclosure
I Goldstein, Y Leitner
Journal of Economic Theory 177, 34-69, 2018
3892018
Information disclosure in financial markets
I Goldstein, L Yang
Annual Review of Financial Economics 9 (1), 101-125, 2017
3562017
Housing price booms and crowding-out effects in bank lending
I Chakraborty, I Goldstein, A MacKinlay
The Review of Financial Studies 31 (7), 2806-2853, 2018
335*2018
Market-based corrective actions
P Bond, I Goldstein, ES Prescott
Review of Financial Studies 23 (2), 781-820, 2010
3272010
Financial fragility in the COVID-19 crisis: The case of investment funds in corporate bond markets
A Falato, I Goldstein, A Hortaçsu
Journal of Monetary Economics 123, 35-52, 2021
3232021
Good disclosure, bad disclosure
I Goldstein, L Yang
Journal of Financial Economics 131 (1), 118-138, 2019
3042019
Trading frenzies and their impact on real investment
I Goldstein, E Ozdenoren, K Yuan
Journal of Financial Economics 109 (2), 566-582, 2013
2872013
Feedback effects, asymmetric trading, and the limits to arbitrage
A Edmans, I Goldstein, W Jiang
American Economic Review 105 (12), 3766-3797, 2015
281*2015
Government intervention and information aggregation by prices
P Bond, I Goldstein
The Journal of Finance 70 (6), 2777-2812, 2015
2592015
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