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Taylor D. Nadauld

Department of Finance
Brigham Young University
Provo, Utah 84602

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Institutional Affiliation: Brigham Young University

NBER Working Papers and Publications

March 2019Monthly Payment Targeting and the Demand for Maturity
with Bronson Argyle, Christopher Palmer: w25668
November 2018Private Equity Indices Based on Secondary Market Transactions
with Brian Boyer, Keith P. Vorkink, Michael S. Weisbach: w25207
June 2018The Capitalization of Consumer Financing into Durable Goods Prices
with Bronson Argyle, Christopher Palmer, Ryan D. Pratt: w24699
July 2016The Liquidity Cost of Private Equity Investments: Evidence from Secondary Market Transactions
with Berk A. Sensoy, Keith Vorkink, Michael S. Weisbach: w22404

Published: Taylor D. Nadauld & Berk A. Sensoy & Keith Vorkink & Michael S. Weisbach, 2018. "nThe liquidity cost of private equity investments: Evidence from secondary market transactions," Journal of Financial Economics, .

August 2012Did Capital Requirements and Fair Value Accounting Spark Fire Sales in Distressed Mortgage-Backed Securities?
with Craig B. Merrill, René M. Stulz, Shane Sherlund: w18270
August 2011Why Did U.S. Banks Invest in Highly-Rated Securitization Tranches?
with Isil Erel, René M. Stulz: w17269

Published: “Why Did Holdings of High - Rated Securitization Tranches Differ So Much Across Banks?” with Isil Erel and Taylor Nadauld, The Review of Financial Studies, 2014, v27(2), 404-453.

March 2011Did Securitization Affect the Cost of Corporate Debt?
with Michael S. Weisbach: w16849

Published: Nadauld, Taylor D. & Weisbach, Michael S., 2012. "Did securitization affect the cost of corporate debt?," Journal of Financial Economics, Elsevier, vol. 105(2), pages 332-352. citation courtesy of

 
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