Fariz Huseynov, PhD, is Professor of Finance at the College of Business at North Dakota State University. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in corporate finance, investments and portfolio management and international finance. He holds a PhD in Finance from the University of Memphis and an MBA from Ball State University. Professor Huseynov research interests include empirical corporate finance, corporate governance and international finance. He has published his research in impactful journals, such as the Journal of Corporate Finance, Review of Corporate Finance Studies, Financial Management, and the International Review of Economics and Finance. He currently works on projects related to capital structure decisions, corporate tax avoidance and price informativeness of financial markets. He is also the Faculty Fellow for the Challey Institute for Global Innovation and Growth, where he studies post-war economic and financial development policies.
Retail Davids vs. Wall Street Goliaths
“O wonder! How many ingenuous investors are there! How courageous mankind is! O brave new markets That has such retail investors in’t.”– The Tempest (of Markets)
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