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Ingrid M. Werner
Ingrid M. Werner
Professor of Finance, Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University
Verified email at fisher.osu.edu
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Home bias and high turnover
LL Tesar, IM Werner
Journal of international Money and Finance 14 (4), 467-492, 1995
18031995
Short-sale strategies and return predictability
KB Diether, KH Lee, IM Werner
The Review of Financial Studies 22 (2), 575-607, 2009
9462009
It's SHO time! Short‐sale price tests and market quality
KB Diether, KH Lee, IM Werner
The Journal of Finance 64 (1), 37-73, 2009
4812009
UK and US trading of British cross-listed stocks: An intraday analysis of market integration
IM Werner, AW Kleidon
The Review of Financial Studies 9 (2), 619-664, 1996
3611996
US equity investment in emerging stock markets
LL Tesar, IM Werner
The World Bank Economic Review 9 (1), 109-129, 1995
2681995
International equity transactions and US portfolio choice
LL Tesar, IM Werner
The internationalization of equity markets, 185-227, 1994
2041994
Home bias and the globalization of securities markets
LL Tesar, IM Werner
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1992
2031992
Does risk sharing motivate interdealer trading?
PC Reiss, IM Werner
The Journal of Finance 53 (5), 1657-1703, 1998
1891998
Dark pool trading strategies, market quality and welfare
S Buti, B Rindi, IM Werner
Journal of Financial Economics 124 (2), 244-265, 2017
186*2017
Nontraded assets in incomplete markets: Pricing and portfolio choice
LEO Svensson, IM Werner
European Economic Review 37 (5), 1149-1168, 1993
1811993
The changing nature of Chapter 11
ST Bharath, V Panchapagesan, IM Werner
Fisher College of Business Working Paper, 003, 2010
1752010
The internationalization of securities markets since the 1987 crash
IM Werner, LL Tesar
Center for Financial Institutions Working Papers, 1997
1691997
Diving into dark pools
S Buti, B Rindi, IM Werner
Charles A. Dice Center for Research in Financial Economics, 2010
1422010
The trades of NYSE floor brokers
G Sofianos, IM Werner
Journal of Financial Markets 3 (2), 139-176, 2000
1262000
Why do larger orders receive discounts on the London Stock Exchange?
D Bernhardt, V Dvoracek, E Hughson, IM Werner
The Review of Financial Studies 18 (4), 1343-1368, 2005
1042005
Transaction costs in dealer markets: Evidence from the London Stock Exchange
PC Reiss, IM Werner
The Industrial Organization and Regulation of the Securities Industry, 125-176, 1996
1011996
US tick size pilot
B Rindi, IM Werner
802019
Anonymity, adverse selection, and the sorting of interdealer trades
PC Reiss, IM Werner
The Review of Financial Studies 18 (2), 599-636, 2005
782005
NYSE order flow, spreads, and information
IM Werner
Journal of Financial Markets 6 (3), 309-335, 2003
782003
Reusing natural experiments
D Heath, MC Ringgenberg, M Samadi, IM Werner
The Journal of Finance 78 (4), 2329-2364, 2023
762023
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