I am interested in examining broad questions in finance using empirical methods. My research strengths are in studying financial economics questions in unique and interesting experimental contexts.
The Relative importance of Strength and Weight in Processing New Information in College Football Wagering Market, with Greg Durham (Montana State University), The Journal of Prediction Markets, 2008, Issue 2, Number 2, 13-28.
The Franchising Entrepreneur, with Ann Hackert (Idaho State University), The Journal of Critical Incidents, 2008, Vol 1, 68-73.
A Longitudinal Perspective of Nonarticulation in the Statement of Cash Flows, with Peter Frischmann and Frank Plewa (Idaho State University), Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal (AAFSJ), 2010, Vol 14, Issue 3, 43-53.
Syndication of Venture Capital Investments, with Daniel Deli (DePaul University), The Financial Review, 2010 Vol 45, Issue 3, 557-578.
Real Options Logic in R&D Project Valuation: A Useful tool for Decision Making through the lens of Heuristics, with Jeff Street (Idaho State University), Journal of Management and Strategy, 2011 Vol 4 Issue 2, 155-171. (This paper received the Highly Commended Award at the Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2012.)
Point-Spread Wagering Marketsí Analogue to Realized Return in Financial Markets, with Greg Durham (Montana State University), Journal of Sports Economics, July 2011.
The Economic Impact of Information Security Breaches: Firm Value and Intra-Industry Effects, with Kregg Aytes and Steve Byers (Idaho State University), Journal of Information System Security, Forthcoming (Accepted: April 2007).
Do Fluent Tickers attract Sentimental Investors?, with Greg Durham (Montana State University), currently under review at Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.
Do Bettors Categorize Bets?, with Greg Durham
Information Content of S&P 500 Index Additions: A Reexamination using Russell 1000 Reconstitutions, with Swami Kalpathy (Southern Methodist University)
Work in Progress
Does Religiosity influence Risk-Aversion? An Examination of Company Issued Guidelines and Religious Attendance