Keith C. Brown

University of Texas at Austin - Department of Finance

Professor

Red McCombs School of Business

Austin, TX 78712

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (14)

1.

The Troves of Academe: Asset Allocation, Risk Budgeting, and the Investment Performance of University Endowment Funds

McCombs Research Paper Series No. FIN-03-07
Number of pages: 58 Posted: 23 Apr 2007 Last Revised: 14 Jul 2008
Keith C. Brown, Cristian Ioan Tiu and Lorenzo Garlappi
University of Texas at Austin - Department of Finance, SUNY at Buffalo and University of British Columbia (UBC) - Sauder School of Business
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Citation 3

Abstract:

Endowment funds, Asset allocation, Return attribution, Investment performance

2.

Staying the Course: The Impact of Investment Style Consistency On Mutual Fund Performance

Number of pages: 53 Posted: 11 Apr 2002
Keith C. Brown and W. Van Harlow
University of Texas at Austin - Department of Finance and Fidelity Investments
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Citation 7

Abstract:

mutual funds, investment style, performance measurement, performance persistence

3.

Why Constrain Your Mutual Fund Manager?

Sauder School of Business Working Paper
Number of pages: 72 Posted: 23 Aug 2001
University of Texas at Austin - Department of Finance, University of Texas at Austin - Department of Finance, University of British Columbia (UBC) - Sauder School of Business and McIntire School, University of Virginia
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Citation 113

Abstract:

Mutual Funds, Corporate Governance, Financial Contracting

4.

Roll-Ups: Performance and Incentives for Industry-Consolidating IPOs

AFA 2001 New Orleans
Number of pages: 47 Posted: 18 Aug 2000
Henri Servaes, Amy K. Dittmar and Keith C. Brown
London Business School, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor - The Stephen M. Ross School of Business and University of Texas at Austin - Department of Finance
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Abstract:

Roll-up; Consolidation; IPO; Going-public; Merger; Long-run performance; Ownership; Governance; Board of directors; Acquisitions

Corporate Governance, Incentives and Industry Consolidations

Number of pages: 40 Posted: 26 Apr 2003
Amy K. Dittmar, Keith C. Brown and Henri Servaes
University of Michigan at Ann Arbor - The Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Texas at Austin - Department of Finance and London Business School
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Citation 15

Abstract:

industry consolidation, roll-up, governance, incentives

Corporate Governance, Incentives, and Industry Consolidations

Review of Financial Studies, Forthcoming
Posted: 16 Nov 2003
Keith C. Brown, Amy K. Dittmar and Henri Servaes
University of Texas at Austin - Department of Finance, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor - The Stephen M. Ross School of Business and London Business School

Abstract:

industry consolidation, roll-up, ipo, incentives, governance

6.

Staying the Course: The Role of Investment Style Consistency in the Performance of Mutual Funds

Number of pages: 61 Posted: 30 Mar 2009
Keith C. Brown, W. Van Harlow and Hanjiang Zhang
University of Texas at Austin - Department of Finance, Fidelity Investments and Nanyang Technological University - Nanyang Business School
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Citation 4

Abstract:

Style Investing, Style Consistency, Performance Persistence

7.

The Interaction of Spending Policies, Asset Allocation Strategies, and Investment Performance at University Endowment Funds

NBER Working Paper No. w19517
Number of pages: 63 Posted: 12 Oct 2013
Keith C. Brown and Cristian Ioan Tiu
University of Texas at Austin - Department of Finance and SUNY at Buffalo
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8.

Opaque Financial Contracting and Toxic Term Sheets in Venture Capital

Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, Vol. 28, Issue 1, pp. 72-85, 2016
Posted: 29 Apr 2016
Keith C. Brown and Kenneth W. Wiles
University of Texas at Austin - Department of Finance and University of Texas at Austin - Red McCombs School of Business
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9.

Do Endowment Funds Select the Optimal Mix of Active and Passive Risks?

Journal of Investment Management (JOIM), First Quarter 2010
Posted: 13 Mar 2010 Last Revised: 03 Jun 2010
Keith C. Brown and Cristian Ioan Tiu
University of Texas at Austin - Department of Finance and SUNY at Buffalo

Abstract:

Risk budgeting, active-passive allocations, investment performance, endowment funds

10.

The Right Answer to the Wrong Question: Identifying Superior Active Portfolio Management

Journal of Investment Management, Vol. 4, No. 4, Fourth Quarter 2006
Posted: 29 Nov 2006
W. Van Harlow and Keith C. Brown
Fidelity Investments and University of Texas at Austin - Department of Finance

Abstract:

Alpha, alpha persistence, manager selection, active versus passive, risk-adjusted returns, manager skill

11.

On the Use of Implied Volatilities in the Prediction of Successful Corporate Takeovers

ADVANCES IN FUTURES AND OPTIONS RESEARCH, Volume 7, 1994
Posted: 23 Dec 1999
Keith C. Brown, Giovanni Barone-Adesi and W. Van Harlow
University of Texas at Austin - Department of Finance, Swiss Finance Institute at the University of Lugano and Fidelity Investments

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12.

Security Price Elasticity and the Role of Institutional Investment Constraints

Posted: 14 Sep 1999
Keith C. Brown and William Charlton Jr.
University of Texas at Austin - Department of Finance and University of Richmond - E. Claiborne Robins School of Business

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13.

On the Use of Implied Stock Volatilities in the Prediction of Successful Corporate Takeovers

Posted: 10 Sep 1999
Giovanni Barone-Adesi, Keith C. Brown and W. Van Harlow
Swiss Finance Institute at the University of Lugano, University of Texas at Austin - Department of Finance and Fidelity Investments

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14.

Of Tournaments and Temptations: An Analysis of Managerial Incentives in the Mutual Fund Industry

J. OF FINANCE, Vol. 51 No. 1, March 1996
Posted: 28 Jun 1998
Keith C. Brown, W. Van Harlow and Laura T. Starks
University of Texas at Austin - Department of Finance, Fidelity Investments and University of Texas at Austin - Department of Finance

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