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Christopher Malloy

Professor of Finance

Harvard Business School

Baker Library 277

Soldiers Field

Boston, MA  02163

Tel: 617-495-4383

Email: cmalloy@hbs.edu.

 


Curriculum Vitae:

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Articles:

1.     "Differences of Opinion and the Cross-Section of Stock Returns,” (with Karl B. Diether and Anna Scherbina), The Journal of Finance, Vol. 57,  No. 5

            (October 2002), pp. 2113-2141.

·  Reprinted in The Psychology of World Equity Markets, edited by Werner De Bondt, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2005.        

         

2.     "The Geography of Equity Analysis,” The Journal of Finance, Vol. 60, No. 2 (April 2005), pp.719-755.

·  Nominated for the 2005 Smith Breeden Prize for the best paper published in The Journal of Finance.

 

3.     Supply and Demand Shifts in the Shorting Market," (with Lauren Cohen and Karl B. Diether), The Journal of Finance, Vol.. 62, No. 5 (October 2007),

            pp. 2061-2096.

·  Winner of the 2007 Smith Breeden Prize, Distinguished Paper, for the best paper published in The Journal of Finance.

 

4.     The Small World of Investing: Board Connections and Mutual Fund Returns,” (with Lauren Cohen and Andrea Frazzini), Journal of Political Economy,

            Vol. 116, No. 5 (October 2008), pp. 951-979 (click here for NBER working paper version).

            ·  Winner of the Barclays Global Investors Award, Best Paper in Asset Pricing, European Finance Association 2007.

 

5.     “Shorting Demand and Predictability of Returns," (with Lauren Cohen and Karl B. Diether), Journal of Investment Management, Vol. 7, No. 1 (First

Quarter 2009), pp. 36-52.

           

6.     Rewriting History,” (with Alexander Ljungqvist and Felicia Marston), The Journal of Finance, Vol. 64, No. 4 (August 2009), pp. 1935-1960 (click here

            for previous version).

            ·  Winner of the 2006 Glucksman Institute Research Prize for the best working paper at NYU-Stern.

           

7.     Long-Run Stockholder Consumption Risk and Asset Returns,” (with Tobias J. Moskowitz and Annette Vissing-Jorgensen), The Journal of Finance,

            Vol. 64, No.6 (December 2009), pp. 2427-2479.

·  Finalist for the 2010 Smith Breeden Prize for the best paper published in The Journal of Finance.   

 

8.     Sell Side School Ties,” (with Lauren Cohen and Andrea Frazzini), The Journal of Finance, Vol. 65, No. 4 (August 2010), pp. 1409-1437.

·  Winner of the 2010 Smith Breeden Prize, Distinguished Paper, for the best paper published in The Journal of Finance.

           

9.     “The Power of Alumni Networks,” (with Lauren Cohen), Harvard Business Review, Vol. 88, No. 10 (October 2010).

 

10.  Hiring Cheerleaders: Board Appointments of "Independent" Directors,” (with Lauren Cohen and Andrea Frazzini), Management Science, Vol. 58,

No. 6 (June 2012), pp. 1039-1058 (click here for Appendix).

 

11.  Do Powerful Politicians Cause Corporate Downsizing?” (with Lauren Cohen and Joshua Coval), Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 199, No. 4

(December 2011), pp. 1015-1060.

 

12.  Decoding Inside Information” (with Lauren Cohen and Lukasz Pomorski), The Journal of Finance, Vol. 67, No. 3 (June 2012), pp. 1009-1044.

            ·  Winner of Institute for Quantitative Investment Research (INQUIRE) Grant, 2009.

            ·  Winner of Chicago Quantitative Alliance (CQA) Academic Paper Competition, First Prize, 2010.

 

13.  Misvaluing Innovation,” (with Lauren Cohen and Karl B. Diether), Review of Financial Studies, Vol. 26, Issue 3 (March 2013), pp. 635-666.

 

14.  Friends in High Places,” (with Lauren Cohen), American Economic Journal: Economic Policy (forthcoming).

 

15.  Legislating Stock Prices,” (with Lauren Cohen and Karl B. Diether), Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 110, Issue 3 (December 2013),

pp. 574-595.

 

Working Papers:

1.     Resident Networks and Firm Trade,” (with Lauren Cohen and Umit Gurun), working paper, March 2013.

 

2.     Playing Favorites: How Firms Prevent the Revelation of Bad News,” (with Lauren Cohen and Dong Lou), working paper, March 2013.

 

3.     Mini West Virginias: Corporations as Government Dependents,” (with Lauren Cohen and Joshua Coval), working paper, March 2014.

 

 


Course Materials:

·       Tottenham Hotspur plc,” with Lauren Cohen and Joshua Coval, Harvard Business School Case 209-059.

 

·       Tottenham Hotspur plc,” with Lauren Cohen and Joshua Coval, Harvard Business School Teaching Note 209-121.

 

·       PlanetTran,” with Lauren Cohen, Harvard Business School Case 209-029.

 

·       PlanetTran,” with Lauren Cohen, Harvard Business School Teaching Note 209-120.

 

·       Miracle Life, Inc.,” with Lauren Cohen, Harvard Business School Case 210-039.

 

·       Miracle Life, Inc.,” with Lauren Cohen, Harvard Business School Teaching Note 210-069.

 

·       AQR’s Momentum Funds,” with Daniel Bergstresser, Lauren Cohen, and Randolph Cohen, Harvard Business School Case 211-025.

 

·       AQR’s Momentum Funds (B),” with Daniel Bergstresser, Lauren Cohen, and Randolph Cohen, Harvard Business School Supplement 211-075.

 

·       AQR’s Momentum Funds,” with Daniel Bergstresser, Lauren Cohen, Randolph Cohen, and Tim Gray, Harvard Business School Teaching Note.

 

·       AQR’s DELTA Strategy,” with Daniel Bergstresser, Lauren Cohen, and Randolph Cohen, Harvard Business School Case 212-038.

 

·       AQR’s DELTA Strategy,” with Daniel Bergstresser, Lauren Cohen, Randolph Cohen, and Tim Gray, Harvard Business School Teaching Note.

 

·       Dimensional Fund Advisors (DFA)’s Entry into the Retirement Market,” with Lauren Cohen, Harvard Business School Case 212-068.

 

·       Dimensional Fund Advisors (DFA)’s Entry into the Retirement Market,” with Lauren Cohen and Tim Gray, Harvard Business School Teaching Note 212-069.

 

·       Quadriserv and the Short Selling Market,” with Lauren Cohen, Harvard Business School Case 212-021.

 

·       Quadriserv and the Short Selling Market,” with Lauren Cohen and Tim Gray, Harvard Business School Teaching Note 212-037.

 

·       An Introduction to Short Selling,” with Lauren Cohen, Harvard Business School Note 212-079.

 

·       Business Intelligence Advisors (BIA) Inc.: Finding the Hidden Meaning in Corporate Disclosures,” with Lauren Cohen, Harvard Business School Case 212-031.

 

·       Business Intelligence Advisors (BIA) Inc.: Finding the Hidden Meaning in Corporate Disclosures,” with Lauren Cohen and Tim Gray, Harvard Business School Teaching Note 212-066.

 

·       Fundamental Analysis in Emerging Markets: Autoweb Holdings,” with Lauren Cohen, Harvard Business School Case 212-022.

 

·       Fundamental Analysis in Emerging Markets: Tren Anuncio Rapido,” with Lauren Cohen, Harvard Business School Case 212-023.

 

·       Fundamental Analysis in Emerging Markets: Autoweb Holdings and Tren Anuncio Rapido,” with Lauren Cohen and Tim Gray, Harvard Business School Teaching Note 209-121.

 

·       Recorded Future: Searching the Web for Alpha,” Harvard Business School Case 212-057.

 

·       Recorded Future: Searching the Web for Alpha” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 212-078.

 

·       Alpha: The Market for Information,” Harvard Business School Module Note, Instructor Only 212-080.

 


 

 

 

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