Maxim Mironov
Professor of Finance
IE Business School
Maria de Molina 12, 4 izda
Madrid 28006, Spain
maxim.mironovie.edu
maximmironov.FM
Phone: (34) 91-782-1716
 

Research Interests
Empirical Corporate Finance, International Accounting, and Corporate Governance

Curriculum Vitae
CV, January 2014

Published Papers
Should One Hire a Corrupt CEO in a Corrupt Country? 2014. Forthcoming, Journal of Financial Economics, presented at the 2013 AFA Annual Meeting in San Diego
Data, Stata programs, and tables

Investment Horizon, Risk, and Compensation in the Banking Industry (with Gilad Livne and Garen Markarian), 2013. Journal of Banking and Finance 37, 36693680

Taxes, Theft, and Firm Performance, 2013. Journal of Finance 68, 14411472. Winner of the Brattle Group Prize, presented at the 2012 AFA Annual Meeting in Chicago

Working Papers

The Effect of Media on Voters: A Field Experiment at the Moscow Mayoral Elections (with Alexandra Petrachkova), 2014
Appendix:
Newspaper "Truth about Moscow" (Pravda o Moskve) published by Maxim Mironov and Alexandra Petrachkova

Corruption in Procurement: Evidence from Financial Transactions Data (with Ekaterina Zhuravskaya), 2014 , presented at the 2012 NBER Political Economy Meetings and the 2014 ASSA/AEA meeting in Philadelphia, under review

Income Diversion, Corporate Governance and Firm Value (with Juan Pedro Gomez), 2014 , under review

Auditors and Corporate Theft: Evidence from Russia (with Suraj Srinivasan), 2013

Economics of Spacemen. Estimation of Tax Evasion in Russia, June 2006
Russian banking transaction data are obtained through ViveData
Data Appendices:
Tables
List of all spacemen (42,364)
Transfer to spacemen by Top Russian companies
126 excluded spacemen
Data for Stata programs
Stata programs
SQL programs for raw data transformation

Bad Corruption, Good Corruption and Growth, 2005

Political Influence and Economic Development: Empirical Evidence from Emerging Markets (with Marcus Opp), 2004

Small Business Environment and Investment Climate, 2003

Teaching
Financial Management, IE, Spring 2010

Financial Research Center

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