Religiosity and Risk Taking: Is There a Demand-Side Effect?, Journal of Corporate Finance 71, 2021, 102117
with Thomas Berry-Stoelzle
Summary: Religiosity at firms’ headquarters and the religiosity of firms’ largest geographic market are both negatively related to firm risk taking. We find evidence that firm risk taking is influenced by customer demand.
 "Competition and Executive Compensation: Evidence from Pharmaceutical Breakthrough Designations," with Jon Garfinkel, Mosab Hammoudeh, and Erik Lie
AFA 2024 Annual Meeting (Scheduled), NBER Compensation of Top Executives: Determinants and Consequences (Scheduled), Semi-finalist of Best Paper Award FMA 2023
 "Dual Ownership as a Solution to Risk Shifting: Evidence from Loan Covenant Violations," with Eric McKee and Tyson Van Alfen
 "Face to face interactions with regulators," with Will Gerken, Marcus Painter, and Guangli Zhang
 "The Effect of the Pay Ratio Mandate on CEO Compensation"
2018 Best Paper Award, Department of Finance, Tippie College of Business, University of Iowa