Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh
Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh
Professor of Finance, Columbia Business School
Verified email at gsb.columbia.edu - Homepage
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Information immobility and the home bias puzzle
S Van Nieuwerburgh, L Veldkamp
The Journal of Finance 64 (3), 1187-1215, 2009
9312009
Housing collateral, consumption insurance, and risk premia: An empirical perspective
HN Lustig, S Van Nieuwerburgh
The Journal of Finance 60 (3), 1167-1219, 2005
7342005
Information acquisition and under-diversification
S Van Nieuwerburgh, L Veldkamp
The Review of Economic Studies 77 (2), 779-805, 2010
726*2010
Reconciling the return predictability evidence
M Lettau, S Van Nieuwerburgh
The Review of Financial Studies 21 (4), 1607-1652, 2007
726*2007
The macroeconomic effects of housing wealth, housing finance, and limited risk sharing in general equilibrium
J Favilukis, SC Ludvigson, S Van Nieuwerburgh
Journal of Political Economy 125 (1), 140-223, 2017
5692017
Time‐varying fund manager skill
M Kacperczyk, S Van Nieuwerburgh, L Veldkamp
The Journal of Finance 69 (4), 1455-1484, 2014
5302014
A rational theory of mutual funds' attention allocation
M Kacperczyk, S Van Nieuwerburgh, L Veldkamp
Econometrica 84 (2), 571-626, 2016
467*2016
Learning asymmetries in real business cycles
S Van Nieuwerburgh, L Veldkamp
Journal of Monetary Economics 53 (4), 753-772, 2006
3952006
Guaranteed To Fail: Fannie, Freddie, and the Debacle of Mortgage Finance
LW Viral Acharya, Matthew Richardson, Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh
Princeton University Press, 2011
381*2011
The joy of giving or assisted living? Using strategic surveys to separate public care aversion from bequest motives
J Ameriks, A Caplin, S Laufer, S Van Nieuwerburgh
The Journal of Finance 66 (2), 519-561, 2011
3422011
Stock market development and economic growth in Belgium
S Van Nieuwerburgh, F Buelens, L Cuyvers
Explorations in Economic History 43 (1), 13-38, 2006
2932006
The common factor in idiosyncratic volatility: Quantitative asset pricing implications
B Herskovic, B Kelly, H Lustig, S Van Nieuwerburgh
Journal of Financial Economics 119 (2), 249-283, 2016
2892016
Why has house price dispersion gone up?
S Van Nieuwerburgh, PO Weill
The Review of Economic Studies 77 (4), 1567-1606, 2010
2722010
The sovereign-bank diabolic loop and ESBies
MK Brunnermeier, L Garicano, PR Lane, M Pagano, R Reis, T Santos, ...
American Economic Review 106 (5), 508-12, 2016
2622016
The cross-section and time series of stock and bond returns
RSJ Koijen, H Lustig, S Van Nieuwerburgh
Journal of Monetary Economics 88, 50-69, 2017
2612017
Too-systemic-to-fail: What option markets imply about sector-wide government guarantees
B Kelly, H Lustig, S Van Nieuwerburgh
American Economic Review 106 (6), 1278-1319, 2016
2342016
European safe bonds (ESBies)
M Brunnermeier, L Garicano, PR Lane, M Pagano, R Reis, T Santos, ...
Euro-nomics. com 26, 2011
226*2011
Predictability of returns and cash flows
RSJ Koijen, S Van Nieuwerburgh
Annu. Rev. Financ. Econ. 3 (1), 467-491, 2011
1962011
Mortgage timing
RSJ Koijen, O Van Hemert, S Van Nieuwerburgh
Journal of Financial Economics 93 (2), 292-324, 2009
1952009
Firm volatility in granular networks
B Kelly, H Lustig, S Van Nieuwerburgh
Journal of Political Economy 128 (11), 2020
194*2020
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