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iconiconiconiconNameSteven MannImageSteven MannFirstnameStevenLastnameMannOffice Phone(817) 257-7569
Emails.mann@tcu.edu
Websitehttp://sbufaculty.tcu.edu/mann/
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Position:Associate Professor, FinanceDepartment:Finance DepartmentOffice:Tandy Hall 386Role:FacultyEducation
  • BS Management U. Utah 1984
  • Ph.D. Financial Economics U. Utah 1994
Areas of Expertise / Research
  • Price Formation
  • Markets & Market Microstructure
  • Derivative Securities
  • Capital Markets
  • Corporate Finance
  • Behavioral Finance
Courses Taught
  • FINA 30233: Advanced Investments
  • FINA 70420: Options and Futures Markets (MBA)
  • FINA 70520: Financial Engineering & Risk Management (MBA)
Key Publications
  • "Professional Trader Discipline and trade Disposition" - Journal of Financial Economics 2005 (P. Locke, S. Mann)
  • Life in the Pits: Competitive market making and inventory control - Review of Financial Studies, 1996. (S. Manaster, S. Mann)
  • "Corporate debt issuance and the historical level of interest rates" Financial Management 2008 (CB Barry, SC Mann, VT Mihov, M Rodriguez)
  • "Daily income target effects: Evidence from a large sample of professional commodities traders" Journal of Financial Markets 2009 (P. Locke, S. Mann)
  • "Interest rate changes and the timing of debt issues" - Journal of Banking and Finance 2009 (CB Barry, SC Mann, V Mihov, M Rodríguez)
  • "Execution Costs and their intraday variation in futures markets" - Journal of Business, 2001 (M. Ferguson, S. Mann).
  • "Sources of market making profits: man does not live by spread alone" - working paper (S. Manaster, S. Mann).
  • "Concentrated trading in the foreign exchange futures markets: discretionary liquidity trading or market closure?" - Journal of Futures Markets, 1998 9M. ferguson, S. Mann, L. Schneck).
Awards / Recognition
  • Award for Outstanding Paper in Applied Investments, - Southern Finance Association, 1999 (for Do professional traders exhibit loss realization aversion?).
  • Neeley School Teaching Award for Junior Faculty, 1997 (initial recipient and sole recipient to date).
  • Winner of Neeley School Nomination for the University-wide Deans' Teaching Award, 1999.
  • Best Paper Award (Futures or Futures Options), Southern Finance Association, 1995 (for Depth and tightness.).
  • Best Paper Award, Texas Finance Symposium, 1995 (for Sources of market making profits:).
  • Best Paper Award (Futures or Futures Options), Financial Management Association, 1993, (for Concentrated trading in the foreign exchange futures markets:...).
  • Best Paper Award (Futures or Futures Options), Southwestern Finance Association meetings, 1995, (for Life in the pits: competitive market making and inventory control.)
Consulting
  • US Department of Justice
  • US Department of Treasury
  • other clients available on request.
Fellowships
  • Theodore and Beulah Beasley Faculty Fellowship