Assistant Professor of Finance at University of South Carolina Darla Moore School of Business
Research Interests: Behavioral Finance; Household Finance; Empirical Asset Pricing
1. Who Wears The Pants? Gender Identity Norms and Intra-Household Financial Decision Making
2018 AEA (Philadelphia, PA, scheduled)
2017 CEPR European Workshop on Household Finance (Copenhagen, Denmark)
2016 Miami Behavioral Finance Conference (Miami, FL)
2016 EFA (Oslo, Norway)
Gender identity norms constrain women’s influence over intra-household financial decision making.
2. Under-Reaction to Political Information and Price Momentum
with Jawad Addoum, Stefanos Delikouras, and Alok Kumar
2015 AFA (Boston, MA)
A trading strategy with a long position in winners that are politically unfavored and a short position in losers that are politically favored eliminates all momentum profits.
3. Local Agglomeration and Stock Market Participation
with Jawad Addoum, Stefanos Delikouras, and George Korniotis
2017 ITAM (Mexico City, Mexico)
Individuals raise their allocation to risky assets when the industry in which they work is locally clustered.