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Jegadeesh, Narasimhan, and Sheridan Titman (1993). “Returns to Buying Winners and Selling Losers: Implications for Stock Market Efficiency,” Journal of Finance, 48, 65-91.


Jensen, C. Michael (1983a). “Organization Theory and Methodology,” The Accounting Review, 53, April, 319-339.


Jensen, C. Michael (1983b). “Agency Problems and Residual Claims,” Journal of Law and Economics, 26, 2, 327-350.


Jensen, C. Michael (1984). “Takeovers: Folklore and Science,” Harvard Business Review, 62, 6, 109-122.


Jensen, C. Michael (1986). “Agency Costs of Free Cash Flow, Corporate Finance, and Takeovers,” American Economic Review, 76, May, 323-329.


Jensen, C. Michael (1988). “Takeovers: Their Causes and Consequences,” Journal of Economic Perspectives, 2, no 1, 21-48.


Jensen, C. Michael (1989a). “Eclipse of the Public Corporation,” Harvard Bussiness Review, 67, 5, 61-74.


Jensen, C. Michael (1989b). “Active Investors and the Privatization of Bankruptcy,” Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, 2, 35-44.


Jensen, C. Michael (1993). “The Modern Industrial Revolution, Exit, and the Failure of Internal Control Systems,” Journal of Finance, 48, 831-880.


Jensen, C. Michael, and William Meckling (1976). “Theory of the Firm: Managerial Behavior, Agency Cost, and Capital Structure,” Journal of Financial Economics, 3, October, 305-360.


Jensen, C. Michael, and William Meckling (1979). ”Rights and Production Functions: An Application to Labour-Managed Firms and Codetermination,” Journal of Business, 52, 469-506.


Jensen, C. Michael, and Kevin J. Murphy (1990a). “Performance Pay and Top-Management Incentives, “ Journal of Political Economy, 98, April, 225-264.


Jensen, C. Michael, and Kevin J. Murphy (1990b). “CEO Incentives-It’s Not How Much You Pay, But How, “ Harward Business Review, May-June, 138-153.


Jensen, C. Michael, Kevin J. Murphy, and Eric G. Wruck (2004). “Remuneration: Where we’ve been, how we got to here, what are the problems, and how to fix them, “ European Gorporate Governance Institute, www.ecgi.org, Finance Working Paper No. 44/2004, 1-105.


Jensen, C. Michael, and Richard S. Rubac (1983). “The Market for Corporate Control: The Scientific Evidence,” Journal of Financial Economics, 11, 5-55.


Jensen, C. Michael, and Jerold B. Warner (1988). “The Distribution of Power among Corporate Managers, Shareholders, and Directors,” Journal of Financial Economics, 20, 3-24.


Jensen, G. R., D. P. Solberg, and T. S. Zorn (1992). “Simultaneous Determination of Insider Ownership, Debt, and Dividend Policies,” Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 27, June, 247-263.


Johansen, Søren (1995). “Identifying restrictions of linear equations with applications to simultaneous equations and cointegration,” Journal Of Econometrics, 69, 1, 111-132.


Johnson, W. Bruce (1987). “Discussion of Management Compensation Contracts and Merger-Induced Abnormal Returns,” Journal of Accounting Research, 25, Supplement, 77-84.


Johnson, W. Bruce, Robert Magee, Nandu Nagarajan, and Herry Newman (1985). “An Analysis of the Stock Price Reaction to Sudden Executive Death: Implications for the Management Labor Market,” Journal of Accounting and Economics, 7, 151-174.


Johnston, Jack, and John Dinardo (1997). “Econometric Methods,” McGraw-Hill.


Jolls, Christine (1998). "Stock Repurchases and Management Compensation," NBER Working Paper #6467.


Jolls, Christine (1998). "Stock Repurchases and Incentive Compensation," NBER Working Paper Series 6467.


Jorde, Thomas M., and David J. Teece (1988). “Innovation, Cooperation, and Antitrust,” Business and Public Policy Working Paper No. BPP-37. U.C., Berkeley: Center for Research in Management.


Joskow, Paul (1988). “Asset Specificity and the Structure of Vertical Relationship: Empirical Evidence,” Journal of Law, Economics, and Organizations, 4, spring.


Joskow, Paul, N. Rose, and C. Wolfram (1996). “Political Constraints of Executive Compensation: Evidence From the Electric Utility Industry,” RAND Journal of Economics, 27, 1, 165-182.


Joskow, P., and R. Schmalensee (1986). “Incentive Regulation for Electric Utilities,” Yale Journal on Regulation, 4, 1-49.


Jovanovic B. (1982).  “Selection and the Evolution of Industry,” Econometrica , 50, no 3, 649-670.


Judge, G., C. Hill, W. Griffits, and T. Lee (1985). "The Theory and Practice of Econometrics," New York: John Wiley and Sons.

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