Microscopic black hole entropy in theories with higher derivatives

@article{Kraus2005MicroscopicBH,
  title={Microscopic black hole entropy in theories with higher derivatives},
  author={Per Kraus and Finn Larsen},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
  year={2005},
  volume={2005},
  pages={034-034}
}
We discuss higher derivative corrections to black hole entropy in theories that allow a near horizon AdS3 × X geometry. In arbitrary theories with diffeomorphism in- variance we show how to obtain the spacetime central charge in a simple way. Black hole entropy then follows from the euclidean partition function, and we show that this gives agreement with Wald's formula. In string theory there are certain diffeomorphism anoma- lies that we exploit. We thereby reproduce some recent computations… 

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