Joseph E. Finnerty
Professor of Finance
M.B.A. Finance, University of Michigan, 1974, 1969
B.S. Physics, University of Notre Dame, 1967
University of Illinois since 1984. Academic director of the
M.B.A. program 1996-1998. Assistant dean for
planning,1995-1996. Visiting professor of economics, Harvard
University, 1992, 1997, 2000. Professor of finance,
University of Massachusetts, 1975-1984 (chair of department,
J., & Gu, A. 2002. The evolution of market efficiency: 103
Years’ daily data of the Dow. Review of Quantitative
Finance and Accounting, 18 (3): 219-237.
Finnerty, J., & Kim, K. 1998. International equity markets
integration and settlement and clearing procedures. Advances
In International Banking and Finance, 3: 23-38.
Finnerty, J., & Kim, K. 1998. Trading mechanisms, liquidity
risk and international equity market integration.
Advances In Pacific Basin Financial Markets, 4: 23-47.
Honors and Awards
Incomplete List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent, 2000, 2001,
2002, 2003, 2004. Commerce Alumni Association Excellence in
Undergraduate Teaching Award, 1991. Fulbright scholar,
National Institute for Higher Education, Dublin, Ireland,
Co-Editor, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance,
1991-present. Associate Editor, The Financial Review,
1992-present. Associate Editor, Review of Quantitative
Finance and Accounting, 1990-present. Vice President,
Financial Management Association, 1997-1999.
courses in speculative markets, investment, international finance,
and corporate finance. Teaches the core finance theme in the MBA program.
Research focuses on the working of international financial markets.
Consultant in these areas to the American Bankers Association, the
Chase Manhattan Bank, World Information Group, Education for Management,
American Management Association, Ohio Board of Regents, the Shawmut
Bank, and the World Bank.
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