I need someone to copy edit a research article prior to submission to an academic journal. Both of the authors attended university in the US and the article includes slightly over 10,000 words with references and tables.
The copyediting needs to be more than just noting where a comma is missing. On top of correcting any pure grammatical mistakes, sentences may need to be restructured to sound intelligent.
The article will be provided in an MS Word file and is ready for copy editing. Ideally, the file would be returned with all of the needed corrections made in the paper within a few days using track changes. Obviously, there will be some corrections that will go awry because it is unclear what is meant in the original text or because of the technical features that are unique to the accounting/finance discipline. The file will need to be returned in MS Word format.
Attached is the abstract of the article that needs copyediting. This article is original scholarship and should not be shared with others or posted in other places. The authors will retain any and all copyrights to the article.
Thus, we are looking for a good copy editor. Of course, everyone will say they are good, so evidence of expertise is required.
We study the risk exposure of liquidity portfolios to labor income and consumption risk in the long run, in a general equilibrium model that features flexible labor-leisure choice and recursive utility. We find that investors would like to pay price premium for liquid stocks which provide good hedge against labor income risk and long-run risk. With moderate risk aversion, the model implied long-run liquidity premium matches the observed liquidity premium of [url removed, login to view]% per annum, with about 50% attributed to compensation for labor income risk and 50% to consumption risk.