- Campus: Oxford
- Office: 2022
- Phone: 513.529.3657
- Email: email@example.com
- MW 1:30 - 2:30pm
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- Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University, Finance, 2012
- B.S. Brigham Young University, Actuarial Science, 2004
Academic & Professional Experience
- Assistant Professor, Miami University, 2014-Present
- Assistant Professor, University of Kansas, 2012-2014
- CFO Effort and Public Firms' Financial Information Environment, 2021, with L. Biggerstaff, D. Cicero, and L. Reid, Contemporary Accounting Research, 38 (2), 1068-1113.
- Do Incentives Work? Option-based Incentives and Corporate Innovation, 2019, with L. Biggerstaff and B. Blank, Journal of Corporate Finance, 58, 415-430.
- Does MAX Matter for Mutual Funds?, 2019, with T. Henry and H. Kassa, European Financial Management, 25 (4), 777-806.
- Do Mutual Fund Investors Care About Auditor Quality?, 2018, with L. Li and A. Masli, Contemporary Accounting Research, 35 (3), 1505-1532.
- What is the Nature of Hedge Fund Manager Skills? Evidence from the Risk Arbitrage Strategy, 2016, with C. Cao, B. Liang, and L. Petrasek, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis 51 (3), 929-957.
- Takeovers and the Size Effect, 2014, Quarterly Journal of Finance and Accounting 52 (3&4), 53-74.
Brad Goldie is an Assistant Professor at Miami University, Farmer School of Business. His research interests include corporate finance and financial institutions. Prior to joing Miami he was an Assistant Professor at the University of Kansas and completed his graduate studies at Pennsylvania State University. In addition to research, Brad teaches classes in Investment Theory and Practice at the undergraduate level. Prior to graduate studies Brad completed a degree in Actuarial Science at Brigham Young University and spent a few years in actuarial consulting. He is an Associate of the Society of Actuaries.
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