Awards and Grants (2004-2011)
Kenneth Ahern and Denis Sosyura, Citigroup Best Paper Award
at the ISB Summer Research Conference, Hyderabad, for "Who Writes the News?
Corporate Press Releases During Merger Negotiations," 2010.
and Amy Dittmar, Best Paper LECG Award for Best Paper
in Corporate Finance at EFA 2007.
Winner of the David Ricardo Medal, 2011 (highest recognition by the American
Real Estate Society for scholarly work in the real estate discipline); 2005 E.S. Mills Award for Best Paper in
Real Estate Economics.
Ing Haw Cheng,
2011 Standard Life Investment
Finance Prize for Best European Corporate Governance Institute Finance
Amy Dittmar, Voted
in as an Academic Director of FMA, 2011.
Amy Dittmar, Lead
Article Review of Financial Studies, May 2010 for Bharath and
Finalist for the Brattle Prize for best paper in corporate finance in
the Journal of Finance in 2007 for Dittmar and Thakor (2007).
Lead article, “Why Do Firms Issue Equity?” 2007,
(with Anjan Thakor).
“Why Do Firms Repurchase Stock?” 2000,
73, 331-355, Reprinted in
Developments in Corporate Finance, 2005, Edward Elgar Publishers, ed. Jay
Robert Dittmar, CICF
Best Paper Award, 2009 China International Conference in Finance.
Nominated for Smith-Breeden Prize for best paper in the
Finance in 2005, for “Consumption, Dividends, and the Cross-Section
of Equity Returns,”
60, 1639-1672, (with Ravi Bansal and Christian Lundblad).
Ran Duchin and Denis
Sosyura, Research Grant from Yale University Millstein Center for
Corporate Governance (2010) for "TARP Consequences: Lending and
Ran Duchin and
Denis Sosyura, Best Paper Award in Corporate Finance at the Asian
Finance Association (2010) for "The Politics of Government Investment."
Ran Duchin and
Denis Sosyura, Best Paper Award in Banking at the Annual Finance and
Corporate Governance Conference in Melbourne (2010) for "The Politics of
MBA Excellence in Teaching Award 2011, 2009, 2006, 1996; Global MBA
Excellence in Teaching Award 2004; Senior Faculty Research Award, Ross School of Business, 2003.
Han Kim, Received
Journal of Financial Economics 2009 Jensen Prize for Corporate Finance
and Organizations (second) for Han Kim, Adair Morse, and Luigi Zingales,
"Are Elite Universities Losing their Competitive Edge?" Journal of
Financial Economics, Vol. 93, No. 3, 2009, pp. 353-381.
Nominated for Brattle Prize, 2005, for “To Steal or Not to Steal: Firm
Attributes, Legal Environment, and Valuation,”
Vol. 60, No. 3, June, 2005, 1461-1493.
Maekyung-KAEA Economist Award, 2006.
CORE Award, Ross School of Business, 2004.
Francisco Palomino, NTT
Research Fellowship 2009; Alexander Henderson Award for Excellence in
Economic Theory, Carnegie Mellow University, 2007.
Lead article "The
On-The-Run Liquidity Phenomenon” 2009, Journal of Financial
Economics (with Clara Vega).
Lead article “On the Volatility and Comovement of U.S. Financial markets
Around Macroeconomic News Announcements” 2009, Journal of Financial and
Quantitative Analysis (with Menachem Brenner and Marti Subrahmanyam).
European Research Council (ERC) Startup Grant of Euro 765,000 (3% of 9,167
applications in all fields of science were funded), 2008-2012: Learning and
Volatility in Financial Markets (with Syngjoo Choi, Marco Cipriani, Antonio
Guarino, and Shachar Kariv).
Lead article, “Informative Trading or Just Costly Noise? An Analysis of
Central Bank Interventions” 2007,
Journal of Financial Markets.
Q Group Research Award, 2005-2006, for “Informed and Strategic Order Flow in
Bond and Stock Markets,” (with Clara Vega).
Fellow, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (2004-2006).
FDIC grants, $10,000 for paper “Interest Rate Derivatives at Commercial
Banks: Theory and Evidence,” $10,000 for paper “The Effect of Banking Crisis
on Bank-Dependent Borrowers”.
GSAM Quant Prize for best paper in
2005, for “Rationing in IPOs,” (with C. Parlour).
Nominated for Smith Breeden Prize for best paper not in corporate finance in
Finance, 2005, “Equilibrium in a Dynamic Limit Order
Market,” (with R. Goettler and C. Parlour).
Lead article, “Equilibrium in a Dynamic Limit Order Market,”
Finance 60(5), 2149-2192 (with R. Goettler and C.
NYSE Award for best paper on equity trading, Western Finance Association
Meetings, 2004, “Equilibrium in a Dynamic Limit Order Market,” (with R.
Goettler and C. Parlour).
First place, Smith Breeden Prize, 2005, from American Finance Association
Finance for “Do Behavioral Biases Affect Prices?”
(with Joshua Coval).
Tyler Shumway, Lead article, “Do
Behavioral Biases Affect Prices?” (with Joshua Coval), 2005,
Finance, 60 (1) 1-34.
National Institute of Aging Grant, "Behavior on Surveys and in the
Economy: HRS and Beyond," 2010-2014.