Richmond D. Mathews

Associate Professor

4411 Van Munching Hall
Ph.D., University of Rochester

Rich Mathews conducts theoretical research in the areas of corporate finance, industrial organization, and corporate governance. In one line of research, he studies the strategic implications of inter-firm relationships such as mergers, alliances, and private trades of minority equity stakes. In another, he studies the corporate governance implications of anonymous trading by hedge funds, large shareholders, and corporate managers.

He has published articles in all three major academic finance journals: the Journal of Finance, theJournal of Financial Economics, and the Review of Financial Studies. He has also published in the RAND Journal of Economics, a leading economics journal in industrial organization. Before joining the Smith School he was on the faculty at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business. He completed his Ph.D. at the University of Rochester, and prior to that he worked as an investment banker at Alex. Brown & Sons in Baltimore, Maryland, and also as a financial analyst at ABS Capital Partners, a Baltimore-based private equity fund.

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