540 Alumni Lane
Research Expertise: Finance, capital market theory, monetary economics, management control systems, international finance and accounting
Even in these roller coaster financial times, Associate Professor Joseph Chen believes it is possible to make sense of Wall Street. Chen’s research reveals that stock market returns behave asymmetrically: they are more likely to make extreme moves on the downside than on the upside, and when markets go down, different stocks are more likely to move down together than when markets move up.
540 Alumni Lane
Research Expertise: Banking and corporate finance
A leading expert in banking and corporate finance, Professor Robert Marquez tries to uncover the mechanisms that underlie the behavior of financial institutions. One important focus of his research is the effect low interest rates have on banks and whether they encourage banks to take on more leverage. Marquez joined the Graduate School of Management faculty in July 2012.
Research Expertise: International trade, finance, macroeconomics and economic history
Professor Alan Taylor teaches economics and finance at the University of California, Davis, with appointments in the Department of Economics and the Graduate School of Management. He is also a research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, Mass., and a research fellow of the Center for Economic Policy Research in London. He serves as a co-editor at the Journal of International Economics.
1 Shields Ave
Research Expertise: private equity, venture capital, impact investing, entrepreneurship, credit & bond markets, mutual funds, security analysts, corporate finance.