Taylor Begley's paper (co-authored with Daniel Weagley), "Firm Finances and the Spread of COVID-19: Evidence from Nursing Homes" has been accepted by The Review of Corporate Finance Studies.


A transformative gift of $10 million will expand opportunities for students in the Gatton College of Business and Economics. Emphasizing a commitment to students and their success, the gift from John Maze Stewart, founding partner of MiddleGround Capital was approved...


The Gatton College of Business and Economics, along with the Department of Finance, hosted the second annual Women in Finance Summit. The Summit celebrates the accomplishments of Gatton alumnae and provides an opportunity for current students to learn and network. 


Taylor Begley's research is highlighted in Housing Matters, an Urban Institute Initiative, "Neighborhoods Targeted by the Community Reinvestment Act Receive a Lower Quality of Financial Products and Services."


David Sovich's paper, "Aversion to Student Debt? Evidence from Low-Wage Workers," has been accepted for publication in Journal of Finance.


 

Will Gerken's "The Value of Differing Points of View: Evidence from Financial Analysts’ Geographic Diversity," was just accepted in The Review Of Financial Studies. The paper is co-authored with Gatton Ph.D alum, Marc Painter.


This event recognizes Gatton faculty who have received recognition and awards for outstanding teaching and research. 


The University of Kentucky Board of Trustees approved 14 University Research Professorships for the 2022-23 academic year.


Congratulations to Dan Stone. His paper entitled, "Is Client-Specific Information Useful to Investors? Evidence from Key Audit Matter (KAM) Reports," with Dr. Yu-Tzu Chang (UK VASOA PhD graduate (2015), and Dr. Wuchun Chi has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance.


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