Assistant Professor of Finance at University of South Carolina Darla Moore School of Business
Research Interests: Behavioral Finance; Household Finance; Empirical Asset Pricing
1. Cross-Country Differences in Household Stock Market Participation: The Role of Gender Norms
American Economic Review P&P, forthcoming
1. Who Wears The Pants? Gender Identity Norms and Intra-Household Financial Decision Making
Presentations: 2018 WFA (scheduled), 2018 SFS Cavalcade (scheduled), 2018 AEA, 2017 CEPR HF, 2016 Miami BF, 2016 EFA
Gender identity norms constrain women’s influence over intra-household financial decision making.
2. Clustering Fosters Investment: Local Agglomeration and Household Portfolio Choice
with Jawad Addoum, Stefanos Delikouras, and George Korniotis
Presentations: 2018 CICF (scheduled), 2018 SFS Cavalcade (scheduled), 2017 ITAM
Individuals raise their allocation to risky assets when the industry in which they work is locally clustered.
3. Under-Reaction to Political Information and Price Momentum
with Jawad Addoum, Stefanos Delikouras, and Alok Kumar
Presentation: 2015 AFA
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.