Mark Grinblatt

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Mark Grinblatt
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Nationality American
Alma mater Yale University
Occupation Academic
Author
Years active Since 1981
Employer UCLA
Website Grinblatt at UCLA

Mark Grinblatt is the Japan Alumni Chair in International Finance at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, where he has been on the faculty since 1981. Professor Grinblatt's interests include asset pricing, bond markets, capital budgeting, derivatives, fixed-income securities, mutual funds, portfolio performance evaluation, behavioral finance, and the stock market.

Papers

Grinblatt is the co-author of the following most cited papers, ranked from most to least cited. His 2000 paper,What Makes Investors Trade? won an Amundi Smith Breeden Prizes distinguished paper award.[1]


Year Study
2000 What Makes Investors Trade?[2]
2004 Prospect Theory, Mental Accounting, and Momentum[3]
1984 The Valuation Effects of Stock Splits and Stock Dividends[4]
2006 Sensation Seeking, Overconfidence, and Trading Activity[5]
2002 An Analytic Solution for Interest Rate Swap Spreads[6]
2002 The Disposition Effect and Momentum[7]
2010 IQ and Stock Market Participation[8]
2000 Distance, Language, and Culture Bias: The Role of Investor Sophistication[9]

Books

  • M. Grinblatt, D. Hillier, and S. Titman (2012). Financial Markets and Corporate Strategy: European Edition (2nd edition). Burr-Ridge, IL.: McGraw-Hill/Irwin. pp. 936. ISBN 978-0077129422.
  • M.Grinblatt (2007). Stephen A. Ross, Mentor: Influence through Generations. Burr-Ridge, IL.: McGraw-Hill/Irwin. ISBN 978-0073365374.
  • M.Grinblatt and S. Titman (1998). Financial Markets and Corporate Strategy (2nd edition). Burr-Ridge, IL.: McGraw-Hill/Irwin. pp. 912. ISBN 978-0072294330.
  • M.Grinblatt and S. Titman (1998). Solutions Manual to Accompany Financial Markets and Corporate Strategy (2nd edition). Burr-Ridge, IL.: McGraw-Hill/Irwin. pp. 136. ISBN 978-0072294347.

See also

References

  1. "Amundi Smith Breeden Prizes". American Finance Association. http://www.afajof.org/details/page/2870731/Prizes.html. Retrieved December 17, 2015.
  2. Grinblatt, Mark and Keloharju, Matti, (2000). What Makes Investors Trade?. Yale ICF Working Paper No. 00-02: SSRN. http://ssrn.com/abstract=228801.
  3. Han, Bing and Grinblatt, Mark (2004). Prospect Theory, Mental Accounting, and Momentum. Yale ICF Working Paper No. 00-71: SSRN. http://ssrn.com/abstract=288466.
  4. The Valuation Effects of Stock Splits and Stock Dividends. Journal of Financial Economics (JFE), Vol. 13, No. 4, 1984: SSRN. 1984. http://ssrn.com/abstract=995759.
  5. Sensation Seeking, Overconfidence, and Trading Activity. NBER Working Paper No. w12223: SSRN. 2006. http://ssrn.com/abstract=902575.
  6. An Analytic Solution for Interest Rate Swap Spread. Yale ICF Working Paper No. 02-02: SSRN. 2002. http://ssrn.com/abstract=6460.
  7. The Disposition Effect and Momentum. NBER Working Paper No. w8734: SSRN. 2002. http://ssrn.com/abstract=298258.
  8. Grinblatt, Mark and Keloharju, Matti and Linnainmaa, Juhani T., (2010). IQ and Stock Market Participation. Journal of Finance, Forthcoming: SSRN. http://ssrn.com/abstract=1441512.
  9. Distance, Language, and Culture Bias: The Role of Investor Sophistication. Yale ICF Working Paper No. 00-04: SSRN. 2000. http://ssrn.com/abstract=222169.

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