Working papers

  1. Bae, J., C.Y. Hung, and L. van Lent, 2022, Mobilizing text as data. [ssrn]

  2. Cai, W., L. van Lent, and C. Zeng, 2021. Of the thirty-six stratagems, fleeing is the best. [slides][ssrn]

  3. Andreicovici, I., L. van Lent, V. Nikolaev, and R. Zhang, 2022. Measurement intensity. [ssrn] [data on OSF] [Accounting for Transparency] [slides]

  4. Hassan, T., S. Hollander, L. van Lent, M. Schwedeler, and A. Tahoun, 2021. Firm-level Exposure to Epidemic Diseases: Covid-19, SARS, and H1N1. [ssrn][slides] [NBER][Accounting for Transparency] [data] [python script] [Media: INET Babson College’s Finance Friday]

  5. Hassan, T., S. Hollander, A. Tahoun, and L. van Lent, 2021. The global impact of Brexit uncertainty. [slides] [ssrn] [python script] [NBER] [CEPR][Media: INET Harvard Business Review The New York Times Le Monde Brookings Nikkei Bloomberg]

  6. Gorbatikov, E., L. van Lent, N. Naik, V. Sharma, and A. Tahoun, 2019, Is firm-specific political exposure priced? [ssrn] [slides]

  7. Gad, M., V. Nikolaev, A. Tahoun, and L. van Lent. 2019. Firm-level political risk and credit markets. [slides] [ssrn]

  8. Hofmann, C., L. van Lent, and N. Schwaiger. 2019. Religion and ownership. [ssrn]