Publications

Link to selected working papers on: SSRN

Boeh, K.K., & Dunbar, C.G. (July 2017): IPO regulators gone wild. In D.J. Cumming & S.A. Johan (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of IPOs. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Boeh, K.K., & Dunbar, C.G. (2016): Underwriter deal pipeline and the pricing of IPOs, Journal of Financial Economics, 120(2): 383-399.
Boeh, K.K., & Beamish, P.W. (2015): The cost of distance on subsidiary performance, Asian Business & Management, 14: 171-193.
Boeh, K.K., & Dunbar, C. (2014): IPO waves and the issuance process, Journal of Corporate Finance, 25: 455-473.
Boeh, K.K., & Beamish, P.W. (2012): Travel time and the liability of distance in foreign direct investment: Location choice and entry mode, Journal of International Business Studies, 42(5): 525-535.
Boeh, K.K., & Beamish, P.W. (2011): Connecting flights: The time sink that kills profits, Harvard Business Review, December 2011, p. 30.
Boeh, K.K., & Southam, C. (2011): Impact of IPO coalition on deal completion, Venture Capital, 13(4): 313-336.
Boeh, K.K. (2011): Contracting costs and information asymmetry reduction in cross-border M&A, Journal of Management Studies, 48 (3): 568-590.
Boeh, K.K., & Beamish, P.W. (2011): The liability of distance in the investments of multinationals, AJBS, Best Paper Finalist.
Boeh, K.K. (2008): Travel time and the liability of distance in foreign direct investment, UWO FGS.
Boeh, K.K., & Beamish, P.W. (2007): Mergers and acquisitions: Text and cases, Sage Publications.
Boeh, K.K. (2006): Advisor influence in strategic choice, SMS 2006.
Boeh, K.K. (2006): Cross-border mergers and acquisitions: Fast and cheap?, AIB (Hanes Prize Finalist).
Boeh, K.K. (2006): IPO failure: Not always a bad thing, AOM.
Boeh, K.K., & Southam, C. (2006): Agency and advisor quality in IPO withdrawal, AOM.
Boeh, K.K., & Southam, C. (2005): The Impact of coalition member quality on IPO outcomes, NFA.
Boeh, K.K. (2004): Batch organizational change – A structural model, ASAC.
Gao, J., & Boeh, K.K. (2004): How are resources turned into persistent competitive advantage, ASAC.