Dr. Stephen Jurich, Ph.D.

Dr. Stephen Jurich, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Finance

Phone:
207-581-1945

E-mail/Web:
stephen.jurich@maine.edu

Address:
Maine Business School
University of Maine
5723 DP Corbett Business Building, Room 312
Orono, ME 04469-5723

Education:
Ph.D., University of Mississippi
MBA, Eastern Kentucky University
B.A., University of Kentucky

Teaching Areas:

  • Business Finance
  • Valuation & Corporate Investment Decisions
  • Investment Strategy

Teaching Interests:

  • Corporate Finance
  • Financial Analysis & Valuation
  • International Finance
  • Investments
  • Derivatives
  • Risk Management & Insurance
  • Personal Finance

Research Interests:

  • Financial Markets & Institutions
  • International Finance
  • Risk Management
  • Asset Pricing
  • Market Microstructure
  • Investments and Corporate Finance

Honors and Awards:

  • Excellence in Research Award (2018), Maine Business School

 

Publications:

“Trade Volume and Exchange Listing in the Market for ETFs” (2019), Journal of Applied Business and Economics, 21(5), 55-68.

“What Drives Merger Outcomes?” (2019), with M. Mark Walker, North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 48, 757-775.

“Bargaining Power in the Presence of Financial Market Constraints” (2018), with M. Mark Walker, Journal of Accounting and Finance, 18, 10-22.

“Short-Sale Restrictions and Price Clustering: Evidence from SEC Rule 201” (2018) with Ryan L. Davis, Brian S. Roseman, and Ethan D. Watson, Journal of Financial Services Research, 54: 345-357.

“Clearly Erroneous Executions” (2017), with David A. Maslar, and Brian S. Roseman, Journal of Financial Markets, 34, 16-30.

Conference Presentations:

Stephen N. Jurich, “Trade Volume and Exchange Listing in the Market for ETFs” presented at the April 2019 annual meeting of the Eastern Finance Association, Miami, Florida.

Stephen N. Jurich, Ajay K. Mishra, and Bhavik Parih, “Indecisive Algos: Do Limit Order Revisions Increase Market Load?” presented at the March 2019 annual meeting of the Midwest Finance Association, Chicago, Illinois.

“Size Precedence and Market Quality: The Case of the PSX Exchange” presented at the November 2019 Southern Finance Association, Asheville, North Carolina.

“Trade Volume and Exchange Listing in the Market for ETFs,” presented at the November 2019 Southern Finance Association, Asheville, North Carolina.

Conference Participation:

Track Chair for the Financial Markets and Institutions for the 2019 Southern Finance Association annual meeting

Program Committee for the 2019 Financial Management Association annual meeting

Program Committee for the 2019 Eastern Finance Association annual meeting

Program Committee for the 2018 Southern Finance Association annual meeting

Southern Finance Association Annual Meeting: 2017 (Discussant)

Chairperson at the October 2016 Financial Management Association Annual Meeting.

Financial Management Association Annual Meeting: 2012, 2013, 2016 (Discussant)

Eastern Finance Association Annual Meeting: 2014 & 2016 (Discussant)

Midwest Finance Association Annual Meeting: 2014 & 2016 (Discussant)

Honors Theses Advisor: 

Committee Chair, Grant Carrier, “Pay for Performance: Do Higher Expense Ratios of Levered and Inverse ETFs Lead to Lower Tracking Error? (Fall 2018)

Committee Chair, Matthew Ahearn, “The Underwriter Effect: How Underwriters Influence the Amount of Money Left on the Table for 2015 U.S. Initial Public Offerings” (Spring 2019)