My blogging has been a bit light lately, as I've been scrambling to finish working on a paper for what looks to be a great conference: The Securities Act of 1933 at 80: Does It Provide a Fair and Efficient Access to Capital? The paper is on post-JOBS IPOs, and I will try to post some data and observations after the conference.
I look forward to seeing some Masters (Joan Heminway, Don Langevoort) and friends of Glom (Bob Thompson) in beautiful Lexington, KY. And now, I'm going to see a man about a horse.
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