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2008 CARE Conference: Craig Doidge

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Rotman School of Management
Professor of FinanceProfessorship in Corporate GovernanceArea Coordinator, Finance

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Craig Doidge is a Professor of Finance at Rotman. His research and teaching interests include international financial markets and corporate finance. He has published numerous papers in leading finance journals, including the Journal of Finance and Journal of Financial Economics. His research on the valuation of firms with foreign listings won the Fama-DFA Prize for Best Paper in Capital Markets and Asset Pricing in 2004. Craig is formerly an Associate Editor of the Review of Financial Studies, a guest editor for the Emerging Markets Review, and serves on several editorial boards.

Academic Positions

2016-  Professorship in Corporate Governance; Rotman School of Management

2015-  Professor; Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

2008-15  Associate Professor; Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

2002-08  Assistant Professor; Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

Honors and Awards

1998  The Toronto Society of Financial Analysts Research Award

2004  Fama-DFA Prize for Capital Markets and Asset Pricing; Journal of Financial Economics

2005-2009  SSHRC Grant

2014  Rotman International Centre for Pension Management Research Grant

Selected Publications - Papers

Eclipse of the public corporation or eclipse of the public markets? C. Doidge, K. Kahle, A. Karolyi, and R. Stulz Journal of Applied Corporate Finance 2018

The U.S. listing gap C. Doidge, A. Karolyi, and R. Stulz Journal of Financial Economics 2017

Taxes and corporate policies: Evidence from a quasi natural experiment C. Doidge and A. Dyck Journal of Finance 2015

The U.S. left behind? Financial globalization and the rise of IPOs outside the U.S. C. Doidge, A. Karolyi, and R. Stulz Journal of Financial Economics 2013

Does cross-listing facilitate changes in corporate ownership and control? M. Ayyarari and C. Doidge Journal of Banking and Finance 2010

Why do foreign firms leave U.S. equity markets? C. Doidge, A. Karolyi, and R. Stulz Journal of Finance 2010

Has New York become less competitive than London in global markets? Evaluating foreign listing choices over time C. Doidge, A. Karolyi, and R. Stulz Journal of Financial Economics 2009

Private benefits of control, ownership, and the cross-listing decision C. Doidge, A. Karolyi, K. Lins, D. Miller, and R. Stulz Journal of Finance 2009

Why do countries matter so much for corporate governance? C. Doidge, A. Karolyi, and R. Stulz Journal of Financial Economics 2007

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