Items by Tonks, Ian
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Blake, D., Caulfield, T., Ioannidis, C. and Tonks, I. P., 2014. Improved inference in the evaluation of mutual fund performance using panel bootstrap methods. Journal of Econometrics, 183 (2), pp. 202-210.
Gregory, A., Tharyan, R. and Tonks, I., 2013. More than just contrarians : insider trading in glamour and value firms. European Financial Management, 19 (4), pp. 747-774.
Blake, D., Rossi, A. G., Timmerman, A., Tonks, I. and Werners, R., 2013. Decentralized investment management : evidence from the pension fund industry. Journal of Finance, 68 (3), pp. 1133-1178.
Gregory, A., Jeanes, E., Tharyan, R. and Tonks, I., 2013. Does the stock market gender stereotype corporate boards? evidence from the market's reaction to directors' trades. British Journal of Management, 24 (2), pp. 174-190.
Liu, W. and Tonks, I., 2013. Pension funding constraints and corporate expenditures. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 75 (2), pp. 235-258.
Cannon, E. and Tonks, I., 2013. The value and risk of defined contribution pension schemes : International evidence. Journal of Risk and Insurance, 80 (1), pp. 95-119.
Gregg, P., Jewell, S. and Tonks, I., 2012. Executive pay and performance : did bankers’ bonuses cause the crisis? International Review of Finance, 12 (1), pp. 89-122.
Cannon, E. and Tonks, I., 2011. Compulsory and voluntary annuity markets in the UK. In: Mitchell, O., Piggott, J. and Takayama, N., eds. Securing Lifelong Retirement Income. Oxford, U. K.: Oxford University Press.
Cannon, E. and Tonks, I., 2011. Compulsory and voluntary annuity markets in the United Kingdom. In: Mitchell, O. S., Piggott, J. and Takayama, N., eds. Securing Lifelong Retirement Income. Oxford, U. K.: Oxford University Press, pp. 171-196.
Tonks, I., 2010. Discussion of To Trade or Not To Trade : the strategic trading of insiders around news announcements. Journal Of Business Finance & Accounting, 37 (3-4), pp. 408-421.
Liu, W. and Tonks, I., 2010. Pension fund deficits and stock market efficiency : evidence from the United Kingdom. In: Micocci, M., Gregoriou, G. N. and Masala, G., eds. Pension Fund Risk Management. Boca Raton, U. S. A.: Chapman Hall/CRC.
Liu, W. and Tonks, I., 2009. Alternative risk-based levies in the pension protection fund for multi-employee schemes. Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, 8 (4), pp. 451-483.
Tonks, I., 2006. Pension fund management and investment performance. In: Clark, G. L., Munnell, A. H. and Orszag, J. M., eds. Oxford Handbook of Pensions and Retirement Income. Oxford, U. K.: Oxford University Press, pp. 456-480. (Oxford Handbooks in Business and Management)
Ellul, A., Shin, H. S. and Tonks, I., 2005. Opening and closing the market : evidence from the London Stock Exchange. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 40 (04), pp. 779-801.
Cannon, E. and Tonks, I., 2004. U.K. annuity rates, money's worth and pension replacement ratios 1957-2002. Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance: Issues and Practice, 29 (3), pp. 371-393.
Tonks, I. and Cannon, E., 2004. The behaviour of UK annuity prices from 1972-2002. In: Fornero, E. and Luciano, E., eds. Developing an Annuity Market in Europe. Cheltenham, U. K.: Edward Elgar, pp. 200-220.
Snell, A. and Tonks, I., 2003. A theoretical analysis of institutional investors' trading costs in auction and dealer markets. The Economic Journal, 113 (489), pp. 576-597.
Acker, D., Stalker, M. and Tonks, I., 2002. Daily closing inside spreads and trading volumes around earnings announcements. Journal Of Business Finance & Accounting, 29 (9&10), pp. 1149-1179.
Acker, D., Horton, J. and Tonks, I., 2002. Accounting standards and analysts’ forecasts : the impact of FRS3 on analysts’ ability to forecast EPS. Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, 21 (3), pp. 193-217.
Friederich, S., Gregory, A., Matatko, J. and Tonks, I., 2002. Short-run returns around the trades of corporate insiders on the London Stock Exchange. European Financial Management, 8 (1), pp. 7-30.
Thomas, A. and Tonks, I., 2001. Equity performance of segregated pension funds in the UK. Journal of Asset Management, 1 (4), pp. 321-343.