What Can We Learn About the Sensitivity of Investment to Stock Prices with a Better Measure of Tobin ’ s q ?

@inproceedings{Gentry2003WhatCW,
  title={What Can We Learn About the Sensitivity of Investment to Stock Prices with a Better Measure of Tobin ’ s q ?},
  author={William M. Gentry},
  year={2003}
}
We thank Gary Engelhardt, Mark Garmaise, Joao Gomes, Joe Gyourko, Charlie Himmelberg, Charles Jones, Augustin Landier, Andrew Metrick, Antoinette Schoar, Todd Sinai, Nick Souleles, Nancy Wallace, Neng Wang, Ken West, Toni Whited, and seminar participants at the AFA meetings, Berkeley-MIT-Texas Real Estate Conference, Columbia University, the NBER, University of Colorado, University of North Carolina, Williams, and The Wharton School for helpful comments. We are especially grateful to Jon… CONTINUE READING

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