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Alexander Henderson Award in Economic Theory, Carnegie Mellon University
John W. Hatfield, Scott Duke Kominers, Richard Lowery, and Jordan M. Barry. 2020. Collusion in Markets with Syndication. Journal of Political Economy 128(10), 3779-3819.
Vincent Glode and Richard Lowery. 2016. Compensating Financial Experts. Journal of Finance 71(6), 2781-2808.
Ari Kang, Richard Lowery, and Malcolm Wardlaw. 2015. The Costs of Closing Failed Banks: A Structural Estimation of Regulatory Incentives. Review of Financial Studies 28(4), 1060-1102.
Richard Lowery. 2014. Comment on: "Predatory Trading, Stigma, and the Fed's Term Auction Facility" by Jennifer La'o. Journal of Monetary Economics 65, 76-79.
John M Griffin and Richard Lowery. 2014. Complex Securities and Underwriter Reputation: Do Reputable Underwriters Produce Better Securities? Review of Financial Studies 27(10), 2872-2925.
Ari Kang and Richard Lowery. 2014. The Pricing of IPO Services and Issues: Theory and Estimation. Review of Corporate Finance Studies 2(2), 188-234.
Bruce Ian Carlin, Shimon Kogan, and Richard Lowery. 2013. Trading Complex Assets. Journal of Finance 68(5), 1937-1960.
Vincent Glode, Richard C. Green, and Richard Lowery. 2012. Financial Expertise as an Arms Race. Journal of Finance 67(5), 1723-1759.
Paul Healy, Sera Linardi, Richard Lowery, and John Ledyard. 2010. Prediction Markets: Alternative Mechanisms for Complex Environments with Few Traders. Management Science 56 (11), 1977-1996.