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JEL Classification G30
"General: Corporate Finance and Governance"

These are all the papers that have a JEL assignment (not all authors have given JEL codes to their papers) and that include the G30 classification.     (sorted by date)

A Market-Based Study of the Costs of Default
by Sergei A. Davydenko of the University of Toronto,
Ilya A. Strebulaev of the Stanford University, and
Xiaofei Zhao of the University of Toronto
(490K PDF) -- 43 pages -- March 2011

What Triggers Default? A study of the default boundary
by Sergei A. Davydenko of the University of Toronto
(513K PDF) -- 50 pages -- November 15, 2010

Financial and Economic Determinants of Firm Default
by Giulio Bottazzi of Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna,
Marco Grazzi of Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna,
Angelo Secchi of the Universitŗ di Pisa, and
Federico Tamagni of Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
(411K PDF) -- 29 pages -- October 19, 2009

The Future of Securitization
by GŁnter Franke of the University of Konstanz & Goethe University, and
Jan Pieter Krahnen of Goethe-University Frankfurt
(321K PDF) -- 59 pages -- November 28, 2008

Do Bankruptcy Codes Matter? A Study of Defaults in France, Germany, and the U.K.
by Sergei A. Davydenko of the University of Toronto, and
Julian R. Franks of the London Business School
(379K PDF) -- 49 pages -- June 2007

Liquidity and Capital Structure
by Ronald W Anderson of the London School of Economics, and
Andrew Carverhill of Hong Kong University
(449K PDF) -- 52 pages -- January 2007

Accounting Fraud and the Pricing of Corporate Liabilities Structural Models with Garbling
by Angelo Baglioni of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, and
Umberto Cherubini of the University of Bologna
(408K PDF) -- 33 pages -- February 2005

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