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Karen K. Lewis

Joseph and Ida Sondheimer Professor in International Economics and Finance

Research Interests: asset pricing, international finance

Links: CV, Personal Website


  • Karen K. Lewis, Sandy Lai (Working), Are the Gains from Foreign Diversification Diminishing? Assessing the Impact with Cross-listed Stocks.  
  • Bernard Dumas, Karen K. Lewis, Emilio Osambela (Working), Differences of Opinion and International Equity Markets.  
  • Fabio Ghironi, Karen K. Lewis (Working), Equity Sales and Manager Efficiency across Firms and the Business Cycle.
  • Karen K. Lewis (Work In Progress), Evaluating International Consumption Risk Sharing Gains: An Asset Return View.  
  • Karen K. Lewis (2011), Global Asset Pricing, Annual Review of Financial Economics, 3, 435 - 466.  
  • Karen K. Lewis (2007), Peso Problem, The New Palgrave Dictionary of Money and Finance,, 2007.  
  • Karen K. Lewis (2003), What Can Explain the Apparent Lack of International Consumption Risk-sharing?, Journal of Political Economy, 104 (2), 267 - 297.  
  • Karen K. Lewis (2000), Why Do Stocks and Consumption Suggest Such Different Gains from International Risk-Sharing?, Journal of International Economics, 52, 1 - 35.  
  • Karen K. Lewis (1999), Trying to Explain Home Bias in Equities and Consumption, Journal of Economic Literature, 37, 571 - 608.  
  • Karen K. Lewis (1997), Are Countries with Official International Capital Restrictions , European Economic Review, 41, 1079 - 1109.