Arthur joined the PhD program (Finance) at the DeGroote School of Business in September 2012. His current research interests include asset pricing, investment, and corporate finance.
Supervisor: Ronald Balvers
Social Screens and Systematic Investor Boycott Risk (with Ronald Balvers). Forthcoming, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis.
Monetary Shocks, Equity Returns and Volatility – A Firm-Level Panel Data Analysis (with Jen-Chi Cheng and Chu-Ping C. Vijverberg). Forthcoming, Applied Economics.
After earning his Bachelor degree, Arthur held a full-time internship at a real estate development company, and a six-month traineeship at Fidelity Bank in Wichita, Kansas. During his studies at Wichita State University, he worked as a graduate assistant. Prior to coming to McMaster, he spent one year as a research assistant at the Bureau of Business and Economic Research and one year as a research assistant at the department of finance at West Virginia University.
In the Fall of 2014, Arthur held the position of Instructor for 3FB3, Security Analysis – a third year undergraduate course at McMaster University. Arthur’s teaching interests include investments, corporate finance, financial economics, and financial institutions.