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iconiconiconiconNamePaul IrvineImagePaul IrvineFirstnamePaulLastnameIrvineOffice Phone817-257-7549
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Position:Professor, FinanceDepartment:Finance DepartmentOffice:Neeley 3106Professorship / Chair:Kleinheinz Foundation Chair in International Finance and InvestmentsRole:FacultyEducation
  • W.E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Rochester, Ph.D. in Finance 1996.
Areas of Expertise / Research
  • International Capital Markets
  • Investments
  • Investment Banking
  • Market Microstructure.
Courses Taught
  • Security Analysis
  • Investments
Key Publications
  • Do tick size reductions improve liquidity? Implications for corporate finance research, (2020) with Greg Eaton and Tingting Liu, forthcoming, Journal of Financial Economics.
  • Does institutional trading affect underwriting, (2019) with Amber Anand and TingTing Liu, with Amber Anand and Tingting Liu, Journal of Corporate Finance.
  • The Convergence and Divergence of Investor's Opinions around Earnings News: Evidence from a Social Network, (2019), with R. Giannini and T. Shu, Journal of Financial Markets.
  • Non-local disadvantage: An examination of social media sentiment,(2018) with R. Giannini and T. Shu, Review of Asset Pricing Studies, 8 (2).
  • Customer-base Concentration, Profitability, and the Relationship Life Cycle, with Shawn Park and Celim Yildizhan, (2016). The Accounting Review, 91 (3)
  • Institutional Trading and Stock Resiliency: Evidence from the 2007-2009 Financial Crisis, (2013) with Amber Anand, Andy Puckett and Kumar Venkataraman, Journal of Financial Economics, 108.
  • Performance of Institutional Trading Desks: An Analysis of Persistence in Trading Costs, (2012), with Amber Anand, Andy Puckett and Kumar Venkataraman, Review of Financial Studies, 25(2) 557-598
  • Goldstein, M., P. Irvine and A.Puckett, (2011).Purchasing IPOs with Commissions, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 46 (5).
  • Goldstein, M., P. Irvine, E. Kandel, and Z. Weiner,(2009)Brokerage Commissions and Institutional Trading Patterns, Review of Financial Studies 22 (12).
  • Irvine, P., and J. Pontiff, (2009). Idiosyncratic return volatility, cash flows and product market competition, Review of Financial Studies, 22(3).
International Experience
  • Investment Banking - Canada
  • Teaching - Portugal, Australia, Italy