Nivine Richie

University of North Carolina Wilmington

Assistant Professor of Finance

Wilmington, NC 28403

United States

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Income Smoothing and the Cost of Debt

Number of pages: 37 Posted: 07 Jun 2010 Last Revised: 21 Nov 2017
Si Li and Nivine Richie
Wilfrid Laurier University - School of Business & Economics and University of North Carolina Wilmington
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Income smoothing, earnings smoothing, garbling, credit spreads, credit ratings, cost of debt

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Bond Market Response to the Collapse of Prominent Investment Banks

Number of pages: 53 Posted: 10 Apr 2013
Si Li, Jeff Madura and Nivine Richie
Wilfrid Laurier University - School of Business & Economics, Florida Atlantic University - College of Business and University of North Carolina Wilmington
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bonds, event study, market efficiency, credit spreads

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Bond Market Response to the Collapse of Prominent Investment Banks

Financial Review, Vol. 48, Issue 4, pp. 645-670, 2013
Number of pages: 26 Posted: 11 Oct 2013
Si Li, Jeff Madura and Nivine Richie
Wilfrid Laurier University - School of Business & Economics, Florida Atlantic University - College of Business and University of North Carolina Wilmington
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bonds, event study, market efficiency, credit spreads

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Does Spurious Mean Reversion in Basis Changes Still Exist After the Introduction of Exchange Traded Funds

Review of Futures Markets Vol 17(4): Article 4, 2009
Posted: 01 Jun 2020
University of North Carolina Wilmington, Kent State University, University of Sydney Business School and University of Virginia - McIntire School of Commerce

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Observed Basis Mean Reversion, Spurious Basis Predictability, Cash Index, Exchange Traded Funds, SPDR’s, Index Futures, Non-Synchronicity Between Cash and Derivative Securities