2420B Steinberg Hall-Dietrich Hall 3620 Locust Walk Philadelphia, PA 19104
Research Interests: Empirical Corporate Finance, Corporate Investment, Capital Budgeting, Organizational Design
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I am a Ph.D. candidate in the finance department at The Wharton School.
My research covers topics in empirical corporate finance with a focus on capital budgeting, corporate investment and organizational design.
I will be available for interviews at the ASSA 2020 Annual Meeting in San Diego, California.
1. Capital Budgeting and Idiosyncratic Risk, Job Market Paper
2. Real Option Exercise: Empirical Evidence, With Erik P. Gilje and Jérôme P. Taillard (Review of Financial Studies, Accepted)
Paul Decaire, Capital Budgeting and Idiosyncratic Risk.
Paul Decaire, Erik Gilje, Jerome Taillard (2019), Real Option Exercise: Empirical Evidence, The Review of Financial Studies.
Description: Best Paper Award, 15th Annual Conference in Financial Economics at IDC-Herzliya (2018)
Best Paper Award, 6th Annual USC Marshall Ph.D. Conference in Finance (2018)