Jon on the Chumstick Snag (left)
"When you swing your leg over the top, it's like riding a dinosaur," said the old-time climber about the Chumstick Snag. "Of course, pay homage to the shrine at the bottom if you get off that sandstone monster alive."
We never did see a shrine, but riding the top of that fin is the closest I ever have been to bronco busting, stegosaurus-style.
Jonathan M. Karpoff
Latest update : Summer 2016
Jonathan M. Karpoff's home page
Welcome! This page highlights my interests in financial, legal, and environmental economics. For pictures of mountains and tales of bravado, visit my personal page.
Karpoff's bio sketch
Research page - Links to current research and previously published papers
Professional affiliations and activities (with a cool picture of Forbidden Peak)
Links for students to course materials:
• FIN 580 - Archive of previous materials for the Ph.D seminar in Corporate Finance
The corporate finance course in the UW Foster's Executive MBA program:
Statement of the Financial Economists Roundtable on Crowdfunding (Financial Analysts Journal, July/August 2016)
The grey areas of firm behaviour: An economic perspective (Socioeconomic Review, 2014)
Does reputation work to discipline corporate misconduct? (chapter in the Oxford Handbook of Corporate Reputation, 2012)
A short essay on writing for all of us aspiring writers (written a long time ago for the KPMG Doctoral Students Seminar).