Tania Babina
Tania Babina
Columbia Business School
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Artificial Intelligence, Firm Growth, and Product Innovation
T Babina, A Fedyk, A He, J Hodson
Destructive creation at work: How financial distress spurs entrepreneurship
T Babina
The Review of Financial Studies 33 (9), 4061-4101, 2020
Heterogeneous taxes and limited risk sharing: Evidence from municipal bonds
T Babina, C Jotikasthira, C Lundblad, T Ramadorai
The Review of Financial Studies, 2021
Entrepreneurial Spillovers from Corporate R&D
T Babina, ST Howell
Available at SSRN 3295995, 2020
Financial Disruptions and the Organization of Innovation: Evidence from the Great Depression
T Babina, A Bernstein, F Mezzanotti
The Review of Financial Studies Forthcoming, 2022
Pay, Employment, and Dynamics of Young Firms
T Babina, W Ma, C Moser, P Ouimet, R Zarutskie
Employment, and Dynamics of Young Firms (July 23, 2019), 2019
IPOs, human capital, and labor reallocation
T Babina, P Ouimet, R Zarutskie
Available at SSRN 2692845, 2022
Going entrepreneurial? IPOs and new firm creation
T Babina, P Ouimet, R Zarutskie
IPOs and New Firm Creation (January 31, 2017), 2017
Cutting the Innovation Engine: How Federal Funding Shocks Affect University Patenting, Entrepreneurship, and Publications
T Babina, AX He, ST Howell, ER Perlman, J Staudt
The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 0
Friends during hard times: evidence from the great depression
T Babina, D Garcia, GA Tate
Columbia Business School Research Paper, 2020
Customer Data Access and Fintech Entry: Early Evidence from Open Banking
T Babina, G Buchak, W Gornall
Available at SSRN, 2022
Firm Investments in Artificial Intelligence Technologies and Changes in Workforce Composition
T Babina, A Fedyk, AX He, J Hodson
Available at SSRN, 2022
The Impact of Money in Politics on Labor and Capital: Evidence from Citizens United v. FEC
P Akey, T Babina, G Buchak, AM Tenekedjieva
FEC (July 11, 2022), 2022
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