News at Smith

Sep 04, 2004

The University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business has partnered with Reuters to deliver the first-ever external certification program for Reuters 3000 Xtra, the company's high-speed, high-performance information service for finance professionals.

Sep 01, 2004

Gerard Hoberg, assistant professor of finance, is one of many academians exploring the lines between ethical and unethical conduct in the wake of the spectacular corporate scandals of recent times. In his paper, “Strategic Underwriting in Initial Public Offers,” Hoberg examines IPO underpricing, partial adjustment phenomenon and underwriter persistence. His is believed to be the first study to document that some underwriters persistently experience initial returns that are higher than others—significantly higher, in fact.

Sep 01, 2004

Gerard Hoberg, assistant professor of finance, is one of many academians exploring the lines between ethical and unethical conduct in the wake of the spectacular corporate scandals of recent times. In his paper, “Strategic Underwriting in Initial Public Offers,” Hoberg examines IPO underpricing, partial adjustment phenomenon and underwriter persistence. His is believed to be the first study to document that some underwriters persistently experience initial returns that are higher than others—significantly higher, in fact.

Sep 01, 2004
World Class Faculty & Research
Sep 01, 2004

Galit Shmueli, assistant professor of decision and information technologies, and Wolfgang Jank, assistant professor of decision and information technologies, investigate the bidding dynamics of auctions in their paper “Modeling the Dynamics of Online Auctions: A Modern Statistical Approach.” Shmueli and Jank describe the process as similar to that of studying a NASCAR race. Rather than focusing solely on the winner’s score, they look at route, speed, acceleration and other dynamic characteristics.

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