Sophie Shive is an Assistant Professor of Finance at Notre Dame. She graduated from Cornell University with Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Hotel Administration-Finance and from the University of Michigan with a Ph.D. in Finance. She has taught courses in Introductory Finance and Investment Theory at Notre Dame, as well as Capital Markets and Portfolio Management at the University of Michigan.She researches and writes on market efficiency and mutual funds.
Areas of Expertise
Ph D, University of Michigan
MS, Cornell University
BS, Cornell University
"Are mutual funds sitting ducks?", (with Hayong Yun), Journal of Financial Economics, 107, 2013.
"Local Investors, Price Discovery and Market Efficiency", Journal of Financial Economics, 104, 2012.
"Mispricing of dual-class shares: Profit opportunities, arbitrage and trading", (with Paul Schultz), Journal of Financial Economics, December 2010
European Finance Association, "The Revolving door for financial regulators" (August 1, 2014).
Western Finance Association, "The revolving door for financial regulators" (June 1, 2014).
EFA, "Arbitrage and Dual Class Shares" (August 22, 2009).
Western Finance Association, "An Epidemic Model of Investor Behavior" (June 2007).