Profile Page Prof. Dr. Marc Arnold

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Name Marc Arnold
Title Prof. Dr.
Function
Institute/School ACA - Institute of Accounting, Control and Auditing, s/bf - Swiss Institute of Banking and Finance
Address ACA-HSG
Büro 57-107
Tigerbergstrasse 9
9000 St. Gallen
Schweiz
Email address marc.arnold@unisg.ch
Phone +41 71 224 7413
Further fields of research Bankenwesen
Professional Career
Teaching Activities
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  1. Item Arnold, Marc; Subrahmanyam, Marti & Pelster, Matthias: Attention Triggers and Retail Investors' Risk Taking. 2019.
  2. Item Arnold, Marc; Hackbarth, Dirk & Puhan, Tatjana-Xenia (2018) Financing Asset Sales and Business Cycles. Review of Finance, 22 (1). 243-277. ISSN 1572-3097 [img]
  3. Item Arnold, Marc (2017) The Impact of Central Clearing on Banks' Lending Discipline. Journal of Financial Markets, 36 91-114. ISSN 1386-4181 [img]
  4. Item Ammann, Manuel; Arnold, Marc & Straumann, Simon: Illuminating the Dark Side of Financial Innovation: The Role of Investor Information. School of Finance Working Paper Series, 2017, 2017/04. [img]
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  5. Item Arnold, Marc: The Impact of Renegotiable Debt on Firms. 2017. - Financial Management Association FMA 2017 Annual Meeting. - Boston, USA.
  6. Item Arnold, Marc: Dual Holdings, Financial Flexibility and the Agency Conflicts of Debt. SFI Research Days. Gerzensee, 7 June 2015.
  7. Item Arnold, Marc & Westermann, Ramona: The Value of Creditor Governance: Debt Renegotiations In and Outside Distress. School of Finance Working Paper Series, 2015, 2015/14. [img]
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  8. Item Arnold, Marc (2014) Managerial Cash Use, Default, and Corporate Financial Policies. Journal of Corporate Finance, (27). 305-325. ISSN 0929-1199
  9. Item Arnold, Marc; Wagner, Alexander & Schuette, Dustin: Neglected Risk: Evidence from Structured Product Counterparty Exposure. School of Finance Working Paper Series, 2014, 2014/6. [img]
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  10. Item Arnold, Marc; Wagner, Alexander & Westermann, Ramona (2013) Growth Options, Macroeconomic Conditions and the Cross-Section of Credit Risk. Journal of Financial Economics, 107 (2). 350-385. ISSN 0304-405X
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