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Jay Hartzell

Jay Hartzell
MAI 400 (512) 471-1232
Additional Titles:
Centennial Chair in Business Education Leadership
Lois and Richard Folger Dean's Leadership Chair
Trammell Crow Regents Professor in Business

Interim President, The University of Texas at Austin

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Stuart L. Gillan, Jay C. Hartzell, Andrew Koch, and Laura T. Starks. 2018. Getting the Incentives Right: Backfilling and Biases in Executive Compensation Data. Review of Financial Studies 31(4), 1460-1498.
Joseph Engelberg, Raymond Fisman, Jay C. Hartzell, and Christopher A. Parsons. 2016. Human Capital and the Supply of Religion. Review of Economics and Statistics 98(3), 415-427.
Jonathan Cohn, Stuart L. Gillan, and Jay C. Hartzell. 2016. On Enhancing Shareholder Control: A (Dodd-) Frank Assessment of Proxy Access. Journal of Finance 71(4), 1623-1668.
Jay C. Hartzell, Libo Sun, and Sheridan Titman. 2014. Institutional Investors as Monitors of Corporate Diversification Decisions: Evidence from Real Estate Investment Trusts. Journal of Corporate Finance 25, 61-72.
Jay C. Hartzell and Jung-Eun Kim. 2012. Returns in the Nontraded REIT Industry: Evidence from Full-Cycle Events. Real Estate Finance 29(4), 3-19.
Greg F. Hallman, Jay C. Hartzell, and Christopher A. Parsons. 2011. Incentive Compensation and the Likelihood of Termination: Theory and Evidence from Real Estate Organizations. Real Estate Economics 39(3), 507-546.
Jay C. Hartzell, Tobias Muhlhofer, and Sheridan Titman. 2010. Alternative Benchmarks for Evaluating Mutual Fund Performance. Real Estate Economics 38(1), 121-154.
Jay C. Hartzell, Chris Parsons, and David Yermack. 2010. Is a Higher Calling Enough? Incentive Compensation in the Church. Journal of Labor Economics 28(3), 509-539.
Stuart L. Gillan, Jay C. Hartzell, and Robert Parrino. 2009. Explicit versus Implicit Contracts: Evidence from CEO Employment Agreements. Journal of Finance 64, 1629-1655.
Jay C. Hartzell, Jarl G. Kallberg, and Crocker H. Liu. 2008. The Role of Corporate Governance in Initial Public Offerings: Evidence from Real Estate Investment Trusts. Journal of Law & Economics 51, 539-562.
Fritz Foley, Jay C. Hartzell, Sheridan Titman, and Garry Twite. 2007. Why Do Firms Hold So Much Cash? A Tax-Based Explanation. Journal of Financial Economics 86, 579-607.
Jay C. Hartzell, Sun, Libo, and Sheridan Titman. 2006. The Effect of Corporate Governance on Investment: Evidence from Real Estate Investment Trusts. Real Estate Economics 34, 343-376.
Jay C. Hartzell, Andres Almazan, and Laura T. Starks. 2005. Active Institutional Shareholders and Costs of Monitoring: Evidence from Executive Compensation. Financial Management (Financial Management Association) 34, p5-34.
Matthew Clayton, Jay C. Hartzell, and Joshua Rosenberg. 2005. The Impact of CEO Turnover on Equity Volatility. Journal of Business.
Jay C. Hartzell, Kallberg, Jarl G, and Liu, Crocker H. 2005. The Role of the Underlying Real Asset Market in REIT IPOs. Real Estate Economics 33, 27-50.
Jay C. Hartzell, Eli Ofek, and David Yermack. 2004. What's In It for Me? CEOs Whose Firms Are Acquired. Review of Financial Studies 17.
Jay C. Hartzell and Laura T. Starks. 2003. Institutional Investors and Executive Compensation. Journal of Finance 58, 2351-2374.
George W. Brown and Jay C. Hartzell. 2001. Market Reaction to Public Information: The Atypical Case of the Boston Celtics. Journal of Financial Economics 60, 333-370.
E.I. Altman, Jay C. Hartzell, and M. Peck. 1998. Emerging Market Corporate Bonds - a scoring system, in New York University Salomon Center Series on Financial Markets and Institutions, R.M. Levich, ed. New York, New York: Springer, 391-400.
Jim S. Dyer and Jay C. Hartzell. 1996. The Internet and Nonbank Competition. Payment Systems Worldwide 7, 8-10.