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Enhanced volcanic activity and long-term warmth in the middle Eocene revealed by mercury and osmium isotopes from IODP Expedition 369 Site U1514 (2024)
Journal Article
Lim, D., Xu, Z., Kim, J., Wang, W., Ownsworth, E., Selby, D., …Chang, T. (2024). Enhanced volcanic activity and long-term warmth in the middle Eocene revealed by mercury and osmium isotopes from IODP Expedition 369 Site U1514. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 627, Article 118565. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.epsl.2023.118565

Rapid plate reorganization may have influenced global climate during the Eocene; however, its linkage remains poorly constrained, particularly during the middle Eocene. To elucidate this tectonic–climatic relationship, here, we conducted a comprehens... Read More about Enhanced volcanic activity and long-term warmth in the middle Eocene revealed by mercury and osmium isotopes from IODP Expedition 369 Site U1514.

Generalist CEOs and Stock Price Crash Risk (2024)
Journal Article
Fang, X., Girardone, C., Li, Y., & Zeng, Y. (in press). Generalist CEOs and Stock Price Crash Risk. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting,

We investigate whether generalist chief executive officers (CEOs), i.e., CEOs who gain transferable skills across firms and industries, have less incentive to hoard bad news. To address endogeneity concerns stemming from firm–CEO matching, we deploy... Read More about Generalist CEOs and Stock Price Crash Risk.