Mendoza School of Business

Peter Kelly

Assistant Professor
  236 Mendoza College of Business
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Peter Kelly is an assistant professor of finance whose primary research area is in behavioral finance. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in honors mathematics and economics from the University of Notre Dame in 2009, and his Ph.D. in financial economics from Yale University in May 2015. He teaches behavioral finance at the undergraduate level.

Ph D, Yale University

Areas of Expertise
Behavioral finance

"Asset Complexity and the Return Gap", (With Pengjie Gao, Allen Hu, Cameron Peng, Ning Zhu), Review of Finance, 2023

"Dividends, trust and firm value", (With Martin Kapons, Robert Stoumbos, Rafael Zambrana), Review of Accounting Studies, 2023

"Horizon Bias and the Term Structure of Equity Returns", (With Benjamin Golez, Huseyin Gulen, Stefano Cassella), Review of Financial Studies, 2022

"Earnings Announcement Return Extrapolation", (With Robert Stoumbos, Stephen Karolyi, Aytekin Ertan), Review of Accounting Studies, 1, 2021

"The Information Content of Realized Losses", Review of Financial Studies, 31, 2018

"Exploited by Complexity", NBER Household Finance, 2020

"Horizon Bias and the Term Structure of Equity Returns", ASU Sonoran Finance Conference, 2020

"Beating a Random Walk", Financial Accounting and Reporting Section, 2018

"Individual Investor Over-Extrapolation", Caltech Behavioral Finance Conference, 2016

"Individual Investor Over-Extrapolation", Miami Behavioral Finance Conference, 2016

"Dividends and Trust", American Economic Association, 2016

"Individual Investor Over-Extrapolation", American Finance Association, 2016