Professor of Management (Finance) and Duke Realty Chair in Finance
Ph.D. , Finance, Universita' Cattolica, 1999
MPhil; CUBS, London, 1997
Master; Universita' di Pavia, 1995
Bachelor in Economics; Universita' di Pavia, 1994
- Faccio, M., and Xu, J. (2017). Taxes, capital structure choices, and equity value. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis,
- Faccio, M. & Hsu, H.C. (2017). Politically connected private equity and employment. Journal of Finance, vol. 72 (2), 539-573.
- Aggarwal, R., Faccio, M., Guedhami, O., & Kwok, C.Y. (2016). Culture and Finance: An Introduction. Journal of Corporate Finance, vol. 41 466-474.
- Faccio, M. (2016). “Discussion of ‘Corporate Political Connections and Tax Aggressiveness’ ”. Contemporary Accounting Research, vol. 33(1) 115-120.
- Faccio, M., M.T. Marchica and R. Mura (2016). CEO gender, corporate risk-taking, and the efficiency of capital allocation. Journal of Corporate Finance, vol. 39 193-209.
- Faccio, M. & Xu. J. (2015). Taxes and capital structure. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, vol. 50 (3), 277-300.
- Caprio, L., Faccio, M., & McConnell, J.J. (2013). Sheltering corporate assets from political extraction. The Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, (29), 332-354.
- Chaney, P.K., Faccio, M., & Parsley, D.C. (2011). The quality of accounting information in politically connected firms. Journal of Accounting and Economics, vol. 51 (1), 58-76.
- Sengupta, R. & Faccio, M. (2011). Corporate response to distress: Evidence from the Asian financial crisis. Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review, vol. 93 (2), 127-154.
- Faccio, M., Marchica, M. & Mura, R (2011). Large shareholder diversification and corporate risk-taking. Review of Financial Studies, (24), 3601-3641. | Download |
- Faccio, M. (2010). Differences between politically connected and non-connected firms: A cross country analysis. Financial Management, vol. 39 (3), 905-927.
- Faccio, M., Lang, L. H. P. and Young, L. (2010). Pyramiding versus leverage in corporate groups: International evidence. Journal of International Business Studies, vol. 41 88-104.
- Faccio, M. & Parsley, D.C. (2009). Sudden Deaths: Taking Stock of Geographic Ties. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, vol. 33 (3), 683-718.
- Bortolotti, B. & Faccio, M. (2009). Government Control of Privatized Firms. Review of Financial Studies, vol. 22 (8), 2907-2939. | Download |
- Faccio, Mara, (with David Stolin) (2006). Expropriation vs. Proportional Sharing in Corporate Acquisitions. Journal of Business, vol. 79(3) 1413-1444.
- Faccio, Mara (with John J. McConnell, and David Stolin) (2006). Returns to Acquirers of Listed and Unlisted Targets. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, vol. 41(1) 197-220.
- Faccio, Mara (2006). Politically Connected Firms. American Economic Review, vol. 96(1) 369-386.
- Faccio, Mara, (with Ronald W. Masulis, and John J. McConnell) (2006). Political Connections and Corporate Bailouts. Journal of Finance, vol. 61(6) 2597-2635.
- Faccio, Mara (with Ronald W. Masulis) (2005). The Choice of Payment Method in European Mergers and Acquisitions. Journal of Finance, vol. 60(3) 1345-1388.
- Faccio, Mara, (with Larry H. P. Lang) (2002). The Ultimate Ownership of Western European Corporations. Journal of Financial Economics, vol. 65(3) 365-395.
- Faccio, Mara (with Larry H. P. Lang, and Leslie Young) (2001). Dividends and Expropriation. American Economic Review, vol. 91(1) 54-78.
- Faccio, Mara, (with M. Ameziane Lasfer) (2000). Pension Fund Investments and Corporate Monitoring. Professional Investor, vol. 10(2) 23-26.
- Faccio, Mara, (with M. Ameziane Lasfer) (2000). Do Occupational Pension Funds Monitor Companies in which They Hold Large Stakes?. Journal of Corporate Finance, vol. 6(1) 71-110.
- Faccio, Mara, (with M. Ameziane Lasfer) (2002). Institutional Shareholders and Corporate Governance: The Case of UK pension Funds with M. Ameziane Lasfer). Oxford University Press, 603-622.
- Faccio, M. & Zingales, L. (2017). Political determinants of competition in the mobile telecommunication industry. NBER Working Paper # 23041.
- Faccio, M. & O’Brien, W. Business groups and employment.
Addressing the gender gap in corporate leadership, research coauthored by Krannert finance professor Mara Faccio breaks new ground by using data from European-based companies that finds female CEOs tend to make less risky choices than their male counterparts.