Prof. Jörg Rocholl, PhD
Professor - aktiv
Rocholl, J., Hsu, H., and Reed, A. (forthcoming). The New Game in Town: Competitive Effects of IPOs. Journal of Finance.
Rocholl, J., (2009). A Friend in Need Is a Friend Indeed: Allocation and Demand in IPO Bookbuilding. Journal of Financial Intermediation 18, 284–310.
Rocholl, J., Goldman, E. and So, J. (2007). Do Politically Connected Boards Affect Firm Value? Review of Financial Studies.
Rocholl, J. and Puri, M., (2008). On the importance of retail banking relationships. Journal of Financial Economics 89, 253–267.
Rocholl, J., Fecht, F., and Nyborg, K. (2008). Liquidity management and overnight rate calendar effects: Evidence from German banks. North American Journal of Economics & Finance 19, 7–21.
Work in Progress
Rocholl, J. (2006). Discriminatory Auctions with Seller Discretion: Evidence from German Treasury Auctions.
Rocholl, J. (2007). The Private Benefits of Listing.
Rocholl, J., Goldman, E., and So, J. (2007). The Benefits of being Politically Connected: Evidence from Procurement Contracts.
Rocholl, J., Fecht, F., and Nyborg, K. (2007). Advantages to Size in Banking: The Price and Management of Reserves.