Patrick Augustin

Professor Patrick Augustin wins Best Paper on Empirical Finance

Published: 25Sep2015

Professor Patrick Augustin wins Best Paper on Empirical Finance at the 2015 Northern Finance Association Annual Meeting for his paper "Informed Options Trading prior to M&A Announcements:...

More Corporate Actions, More Insider Trading?

Published: 2Apr2015

Authors: Patrick Augustin, Jianfeng Hu, Menachem Brenner and Marti Subrahmanyam Publication: The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation Excerpt:

Insider Trading Investigators Have a Blind Spot

Published: 16Mar2015

Over the past year, a record 266 companies have spun off divisions in a trend bankers are calling “Spinmania.” If history is any guide, about 35 of those deals will have leaked undetected to inside...

Credit default swaps: A survey

Published: 6Jan2015

Authors: Augustin, P., Subrahmanyam, M.G., Tang, D.Y., Wang, S.Q. Publication: Foundations and Trends in Finance Abstract

Third Annual OptionMetrics Research Conference Brings Together International Academia, Financial Professionals to 'Convene' on October 20th in New York City

Published: 23Sep2014

OptionMetrics, a leading source for quality historical option price data, tools and analytics, has announced the upcoming OptionMetrics Research Conference (ORC2014). The conference will be held on...

Professor Augustin receives 2014 TCFA Best Paper Award

Published: 12Sep2014

Professor Patrick Augustin has been selected to receive a 2014 Best Paper Award by the Chinese Finance Association (TCFA) for his paper, entitled “Informed Options Trading prior to M&A...

Study: Lots of suspicious trading, but not many convictions

Published: 24Jul2014

According to a new study, insider trading often occurs during merger and acquisitions and is rarely punished. BNN takes a closer look with one of the report's co-authors, Patrick Augustin,...

Rampant insider trading rarely leads to prosecution, says study

Published: 15Jul2014

Insider trading continues to be “pervasive” before merger and acquisition deals but rarely leads to prosecutions, according to an analysis of unusual trading patterns by a team of professors in...

Es más probable que rechace las jerarquías si no se siente atractivo

Published: 15Jul2014

Harvard Business Review. Cuando las personas creen que son atractivas consideran que tienen una clase social más alta y su percepción hacia la desigualdad es más favorable, señala un estudio.

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