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Dr Emmanuel Morales-Camargo

[Dr Emmanuel Morales-Camargo]

Assistant Professor, Finance and Real Estate
Last Updated: February 12, 2020
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Research Interests

Research Interests
Experimental Economics, Behavioral Finance, and Primary Markets.

Teaching Interests

Teaching Interests
Personal Finance, International Finance, Financial Markets and Institutions, Securities Analysis, and Portfolio Management

Biography

Biography

Emmanuel Morles-Camargo is an Assisstant Professor in the College of Business at the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). He received his Ph.D degree in Finance from University of Arizona, in 2006 and joined UTA in 2008.

Education

Education

    • 2006 MS in Finance
      University of Arizona, 2006
    • 2006 MS in Finance
      University of Arizona, 2006
    • 2006 PhD in Finance
      University of Arizona, 2006
    • 2006 PhD in Finance
      University of Arizona, 2006
    • 2006 PhD in Finance
      The University of Arizona, 2006
    • 2006 MS in Finance
      The University of Arizona, 2006
    • 2000 MS in Economics
      Arizona State University, 2000
    • 2000 MS in Economics
      Arizona State University, 2000
    • 2000 MS in Economics
      Arizona State University, 2000
    • 1996 BS in Finance
      Northern Arizona University, 1996
    • 1996 BS in Finance
      Northern Arizona University, 1996
    • 1996 BS in Finance
      Northern Arizona University, 1996

Appointments

Appointments

    • Apr 2015 to Present Director of the Financial Literacy and Personal Finance Program
      Finance and Real Estate, The University of Texas Arlington (Arlington, TX, United States)
       Charged with the responsibility of starting and running this new UTA program focusing on financial literacy and personal finance. My responsibilities include recruiting high-profile representatives from the financial services industry to serve on the advisory board, raising funds for endowing the program and to cover operational costs, networking and collaborating with other agencies and centers in the financial literacy movement across the country, recruiting and training a group of students to develop and deploy a series of educational program, making curriculum recommendations to the university to add financial literacy and personal finance classes to our catalogue of classes, leading the development and overseeing the deployment of all the resources and outreach programs created by this program, and submitting grant proposals to academic, government, and private sponsors.  So far, I have been able to help raise $250,000 to set up the John Merrill Endowment for Financial Literacy, with an additional $250,000 matching contribution by the College of Business to start up the center; $2,400 to fund the 2015 Financial Fitness DFW Luncheon, $20,000 in annual funding commitments for operating expenses, and up to $689,398 in grants/contracts payable to UTA over a 3-year period by the CFPB to provide this bureau with infrastructure and logistical support in the conduction of financial consumer research.  I have also helped recruit 18 high-profile representatives from regulating agencies, the financial services industry, and non-for-profits to serve on the advisory board of the program.  I have under my direction ten individuals serving as Financial Literacy Specialist in the program and four information technology specialist developing a specialized online platform to facilitate our outreach programs.  Worked with the Dean of the College of Business on the development of a proposal submitted to the Texas Core Curriculum Committee for the approval of a financial literacy course as a Social and Behavioral Science Core Elective. The proposal was accepted, making the class accessible to all undergraduate students, from freshman to seniors.
    • Aug 2013 to Present Assistant Professor
      Finance and Real Estate, The University of Texas Arlington (Arlington, TX, United States)
       Lectured one section of International Finance at the graduate level per semester (Terms: Fall of 2013, Spring of 2014, and Fall of 2014; Average class size: 12 students; Student’s Average Rating Across 5 Core Items: 4.1/5.0, 4.3/5.0, and 2.9/5.0, respectively; Cohort Type: All semesters involved a cohort of Master Students, Fall 2013 semester included a cohort of doctoral students.)  Lectured one or two sections of Personal Finance at lower-division level per semester (Terms: Almost every semester since Fall of 2013 and Summers of 2016 through 2018; Average class size: 45 students; Student’s Average Rating Across 5 Core Items: 4.0/5.0, 4.3/5.0, 4.1/5.0, 4.5/5.0, 4.6/5.0, 4.4/5.0, 4.4/5.0, 4.5/5.0, 4.5/5.0, 4.3/5.0, 4.5/5.0, 4.4/5.0, 4.5/5.0, 4.3/5.0, 4.5/5.0, and 3.9/5.0)  Lectured one section of Business Finance in the Summer (Terms: Summers of 2016, 2017, and 2018; Average Class Size: 67 students; Student’s Average Rating Across 5 Core Items: 3.5/5.0, 4.1/5.0, and 4.4/5.0)
    • Aug 2006 to May 2013 Assistant Professor
      Finance, The University of New Mexico (Albuquerque, NM, United States)
       Served as academic coordinator of the portfolio management class series from January 2009 to May 2010. Taught three of the courses in the series: Portfolio Management (i.e. Applied Investment Management), Security Analysis, and Security Analysis and Investment Management (Terms: Spring 2009 – Spring 2010, Spring 2011). Developed all the supporting infrastructure needed for students to professionally monitor and mange the school's portfolios and to conduct their duties as security analysts, from multimedia templates for presentations, to all the visual basic programs needed to compute all the metrics portfolio mangers and stock analysts require to fulfill their respective roles. Also developed all the policies and procedures governing the student's managerial duties and decision-making process. Was instrumental in securing additional resources from the New Mexico State Investment Office for the program, taking the school's assets under management from $2,000,000 to $7,000,000.  Lectured the following graduate and undergraduate upper-division courses within the financial concentration: Financial Management, Financial Markets and Institutions, International Finance, Analysis of the Financial System, Securities Analysis, Security Analysis and Investment Management, Portfolio Management, and International Financial Management (Terms: Fall 2006 – Fall 2012; Average Student (IDEA) Evaluations: 4.19/5.0 from Fall 2008 - Spring 2012; Average Student (ICES) Evaluations: 4.71/6.0 from Fall 2006 - Spring 2008 )  Served as lead instructor of a mathematics, statistics, and finance preparatory boot camp for incoming undergraduate and graduate ASM students (Terms: Fall 2007 – Fall 2012
    • Jan 2003 to May 2006 Lecturer and Credit-Wise Cats Educational Advisor
      Family and Consumer Sciences, The University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ, United States)
       Lectured one section of Personal Finance course at both upper and lower-division levels (Terms: Every semester since Spring 2003 to Fall of 2005; Average class size: 57 students; Student’s overall rating: 3.6/5.0 over six concluded sections)  Contributed significantly to the development of the proposal submitted to the General Education Committee for the approval of the mentioned personal finance course at the Tier 1, lower- division level  Served as educational advisor and curriculum developer for the Credit-Wise Cats, a non-profit student organization committed to the mission of generating awareness and educating college students on the important subject of personal finance  Have written over 12 case studies used in the regional and national editions of the 2004 and 2006 annual “Duel in the Desert” personal finance case-study competition.  Nominated for the 2004 University of Arizona’s Five Star Faculty Award
    • June 2001 to Aug 2002 Summer Instructor
      Finance, The University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ, United States)
      Summer Instructor Lectured one section of Principles of Finance class at the upper-division level (Terms: Summer of 2001 and 2002; Average class size: 23 students; Student’s overall rating: 4.3/5.0 for Summer 2001 and 4.1/5.0 for Summer 2002)  Lectured Boot Camp for incoming M.B.A. students (Terms: Summer of 2004 and 2005; Average class size: 20 Students)
    • Jan 1997 to May 1998 Lecturer
      Accounting and Business Administration, The University of Sonora (Hermosillo, Mexico)
       Lectured three upper-division courses on the subjects of Analysis of Financial Statements, Managerial Accounting, and Finance I (Terms: Every semester since Spring 1997; Average class size: 50 students; Student’s overall rating: 3.6/4.0 over seven sections)  Participated in the development of the academic program of the finance major for the College of Business  Collaborated in an evaluation and redesign program for the College of Business contemplated for the year 2006, covering matters like academic programs, faculty, and infrastructure requirements; all within the guidelines of the Program for Professorship Improvement (PROMEP), promoted by the Mexican Ministry of Education
    • May 1996 to Dec 1996 NASD Licensed Securities Broker
      Barron Chase Securities (Phoenix, AZ, United States)
      NASD Member, Series 7 and Series 63 certified
    • Jan 1995 to May 1995 Intern
      First Interstate Bank of Arizona (Flagstaff, AZ, United States)
      General Bank Rotation Internship
    • July 1993 to June 1994 Intern
      Grupo Bursatil Mexicano Internacional (Hermosillo, Mexico)
      Security Broker Internship

Awards and Honors

    • Apr  2017 Excellence in Higher Education 2017 sponsored by Arlington Sunrise Rotary
    • May  2015 Outstanding Contribution Award sponsored by Financial Fitness Dallas-Fort Worth Coalition
    • Dec  2013 Best Paper in Investments Award sponsored by Southwestern Financial Association
    • Mar  2009 Most Distinguished Service Award sponsored by ASM’s Department of Finance
    • Mar  2008 Outstanding Service Award sponsored by ASM’s Department of Finance
    • Mar  2005 Five Star Faculty Award Nomination sponsored by The University of Arizona
    • Aug  1998 Academic Scholarship sponsored by Sonora-Arizona Commission
    • Aug  1998 Faculty Development Scholarship sponsored by National Program of Faculty Development (Mexico)
    • Aug  1998 Faculty Development Scholarship sponsored by The University of Sonora
    • May  1996 NAU Finance Faculty Academic Recognition sponsored by NAU's Department of Finance
    • Apr  1996 Honors Society Induction sponsored by The Honor Society of Beta Gamma Sigma
    • Apr  1996 Honors Society Induction sponsored by The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi
    • Apr  1996 NAU Distinguished Scholastic Achievement Award sponsored by Northern Arizona University
    • Aug  1995 Academic Scholarship sponsored by Ralph M. Bilby Memorial Scholarship
    • Aug  1995 Academic Sholarship sponsored by NAU International Student Scholarship
    • May  1995 1994-1995 National Dean's List sponsored by The National Dean's List
    • Apr  1995 Distinguished Scholastic Achievement Award sponsored by Northern Arizona University
    • Jan  1995 Honors Society Induction sponsored by Golden Key National Honors Society
    • Aug  1994 Academic Scholarship sponsored by Sonora-Arizona Commission
    • Aug  1989 Excellence Scholarship sponsored by Monterrey's Institute of Technology and Superior Studies

News Articles

News Articles

    • Nov 2019 C-SPAN StudentCam Documentary Competition
      Was interviewed as a financial literacy expert and featured in the documentary directed by Landen Cornatzer (from Ben Barber Innovation Academy in Mansfield, TX) to the 2020 edition of this documentary competition. The documentary explored the causes and impact of consumer debt on Millennials.
      (Type: Other)
    • Jan 2017 The Shorthorn
      Dr. Morales-Camargo was interviewed as part of a series of experts on the topic of spending habits and economic challenges facing millenials.
      (Type: Newspaper)
    • Aug 2015 WFAA8 ABC
      Dr. Morales-Camargo was exclusively featured live in the Good Morning Texas special segment titled “Good Cents,” talking about the different reward programs credit card companies are currently offering consumers.
      (Type: Television)
    • July 2015 KXTX 39/Telemundo
      KXTX 39/Telemundo Dallas interviewed Emmanuel Morales-Carmago, assistant professor and director of the Financial Literacy & Personal Finance Program in the UT Arlington College of Business, for a special report on payday and title loans that offer access to money without checking an individual’s credit history
      (Type: Television)

Support & Funding

Support & Funding

This data is entered manually by the author of the profile and may duplicate data in the Sponsored Projects section.
    • 2015 to Present Design and Implementation of an Economic Research Facility sponsored by  - $
      (Not Funded)
    • Sept 2019 to Aug 2020 Costs and Consequences of Implicit Racial Bias in the Financial Services Industry sponsored by  - $20000
      (Funded)

Publications

      Journal Article (In Process)
      • Working Paper
        Underpricing and Aftermarket Liquidity: An Empirical Exploration of Hong Kong IPOs
        [Morales-Camargo, Emmanuel].
      • Working Paper
        Resistance and Support: Technical Analysis Meets Behavioral Finance
        [Morales-Camargo, Emmanuel, Yao, Tong, Han, Bing].
      • Working Paper
        Information and Risk Attitudes: An Experiment
        [Morales-Camargo, Emmanuel, Schnitzlein, CharlesR.].
      • Working Paper
        Institutional Trading Behavior in the ETF Market
        [Morales-Camargo, Emmanuel, Chen , Hsuan-Chi , Lai , Christine ].
      2013
      • Journal Article
        Restrictions on Allocation Discretion: Evidence from Clawbacks in Hong Kong IPOs
        [Morales-Camargo, Emmanuel]. Quarterly Journal of Finance. 3(3-4), DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.796433
      • Journal Article
        Divisible Good Auctions with Asymmetric Information: An Experimental Examination
        [Morales-Camargo, Emmanuel, Orly Sade, Charles Schnitzlein]. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis. 48(4), DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/s0022109013000409

Presentations

    • March  2019
      Morales-Camargo, Emmanuel (Author & Presenter), "Information & Risk Attitudes: An Experiment", Southwestern Finance Association, Houston, Texas. (March 14, 2019).
    • October  2018
      Morales-Camargo, Emmanuel (Author & Presenter), Schnitzlein, CharlesR (Author), "Information and Risk Attitudes: An Experiment", The University of Sonora, Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico. (October 18, 2018).
    • March  2018
      Morales-Camargo, Emmanuel (Author & Presenter), Schnitzlein, CharlesR. (Author), "Information and Risk Attitudes: An Experiment", The UTA College of Business, Arlington, TX. (March 21, 2018).
    • April  2016
      Morales-Camargo, Emmanuel (Author & Presenter), Yao, Tong (Author), Han, Bing (Author), "Resistance and Support: Technical Analysis Meets Behavioral Finance", The UTA College of Business, Arlington, TX. (April 6, 2016).
    • March  2013
      Morales-Camargo, Emmanuel (Author & Presenter), Chen, Hsuan-Chi (Author), Lai, Christine, "Institutional Trading Behavior in the ETF Market", Southwestern Financial Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico. (March 15, 2013).
    • November  2012
      Morales-Camargo, Emmanuel (Author & Presenter), Schnitzlein, CharlesR (Author), Sade, Orly (Author), Zender, Jaime (Author), "On the Persistence of Overconfidence: Evidence From Multi-Unit Auctions", Economic Science Association, Tucson, AZ. (November 17, 2012).
    • February  2012
      Morales-Camargo, Emmanuel (Author & Presenter), Chen, Hsuan-Chi (Author), Lai, Christine (Author), "Institutional Trading Behavior in the ETF Market", Midwest Financial Association, New Orleans, LA. (February 23, 2012).
    • October  2011
      Morales-Camargo, Emmanuel (Author & Presenter), Chen, Hsuan-Chi (Author), Lai, Christine (Author), "Institutional Trading Behavior in the ETF Market", Financial Management Association, Denver, CO. (October 21, 2011).
    • October  2011
      Morales-Camargo, Emmanuel (Author & Presenter), Schnitzlein, CharlesR (Author), Sade, Orly (Author), Zender, Jaime (Author), "Divisible Good Auctions with Asymmetric Information: An Experimental Examination", Financial Management Association, Denver, CO. (October 20, 2011).
    • January  2011
      Morales-Camargo, Emmanuel (Author & Presenter), Schnitzlein, CharlesR (Author), Sade, Orly (Author), Zender, Jaime (Author), "Divisible Good Auctions with Asymmetric Information: An Experimental Examination", Institute for Business and Finance Research, Denver, CO. (January 4, 2011).

Students Supervised

    • Aug 2019
      George Kurian, (Business)
      Three essays on text analytics & behavioral operations management
    • June 2015
      Manuel Morales Chacon, (Business)
      External Doctoral Dissertation Advisor - Autonomous Puebla State University (Mexico)
      Characterization of a Model of Competitive Intelligence for Innovation in Small and Mid-Sized Business in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico
    • May 2010
      Francisco Carreno Knappe, (Business)
      External Doctoral Dissertation Advisor - Oaxaca Institute of Technology (Mexico)

Courses

      • FINA 2330-002 MONEY AND MODERN CONSUMER
        (Course Id: 112240)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2020 Download Syllabus
      • FINA 2330-003 MONEY AND MODERN CONSUMER
        (Course Id: 112240)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2020 Download Syllabus
      • FINA 2330-002 MONEY AND MODERN CONSUMER
        (Course Id: 112240)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus
      • FINA 2330-003 MONEY AND MODERN CONSUMER
        (Course Id: 112240)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus
      • FINA 3313-001 BUSINESS FINANCE
        (Course Id: 100685)
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2019
      • FINA 5311-020 BUSINESS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
        (Course Id: 100705)
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2019
      • FINA 2330-001 MONEY AND MODERN CONSUMER
        (Course Id: 112240)
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2019
      • FINA 2330-002 MONEY AND MODERN CONSUMER
        (Course Id: 112240)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus
      • FINA 2330-003 MONEY AND MODERN CONSUMER
        (Course Id: 112240)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus
      • FINA 2330-003 MONEY AND MODERN CONSUMER
        (Course Id: 112240)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018
      • FINA 3313-001 BUSINESS FINANCE
        (Course Id: 100685)
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2018 Download Syllabus
      • FINA 2330-001 MONEY AND MODERN CONSUMER
        (Course Id: 112240)
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2018 Download Syllabus
      • FINA 2330-002 MONEY AND MODERN CONSUMER
        (Course Id: 112240)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus
      • FINA 2330-003 MONEY AND MODERN CONSUMER
        (Course Id: 112240)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus
      • FINA 2330-002 MONEY AND MODERN CONSUMER
        (Course Id: 112240)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus
      • FINA 2330-003 MONEY AND MODERN CONSUMER
        (Course Id: 112240)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus
      • FINA 3313-001 BUSINESS FINANCE
        (Course Id: 100685)
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2017
      • FINA 2330-001 MONEY AND MODERN CONSUMER
        (Course Id: 112240)
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2017
      • FINA 2330-002 MONEY AND MODERN CONSUMER
        (Course Id: 112240)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017
      • FINA 2330-003 MONEY AND MODERN CONSUMER
        (Course Id: 112240)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017
      • FINA 3313-001 BUSINESS FINANCE
        (Course Id: 100685)
        Summer - Eleven Week - 2016
      • FINA 2330-001 MONEY AND MODERN CONSUMER
        (Course Id: 112240)
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2016
      • FINA 2330-003 MONEY AND MODERN CONSUMER
        (Course Id: 112240)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016
      • FINA 2330-003 MONEY AND MODERN CONSUMER
        (Course Id: 112240)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015
      • FINA 2330-001 MONEY AND MODERN CONSUMER
        (Course Id: 112240)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015
      • FINA 2330-002 MONEY AND MODERN CONSUMER
        (Course Id: 112240)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015
      • FINA 5331-001 INTERNATIONAL FINANCE
        (Course Id: 100718)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014
      • FINA 2330-001 MONEY AND MODERN CONSUMER
        (Course Id: 112240)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014
      • ECON 2337-002 ECONOMICS OF SOCIAL ISSUES
        (Course Id: 100555)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014
      • FINA 5331-001 INTERNATIONAL FINANCE
        (Course Id: 100718)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014
      • ECON 2337-002 ECONOMICS OF SOCIAL ISSUES
        (Course Id: 100555)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013
      • FINA 5331-001 INTERNATIONAL FINANCE
        (Course Id: 100718)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013
      • FINA 6390-002 SEMINAR SPEC TOPICS IN FINANCE
        (Course Id: 100735)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013

Service to the University

    • 2015 to  Present
      Experimental Lab Taskforce
    • Apr 2014 to  Present Committee Member
      PhD Comprehensive Exam Committee
      Over the years, I’ve helped either compose and/or grade the questions of over a dozen comprehensive exams of our doctoral program, particularly within the field of international finance (which I have taught at the PhD level in the past). Since the process is anonymous to guarantee impartiality in the grading, and some cases have involved exam re-takes when a student fails the exam in his/her first attempt, it is hard for me to provide exact numbers or provide a list of the students taking the exams. However, it is always a pleasure to help our PhD Cohorts move forward along the program pipeline.
    • 2014 to  Present Committee Member
      Grade Appeals Committee
    • Aug 2013 to  Present Committee Member
      Financial Literacy & Personal Finance Program
      Charged with the responsibility of starting and running this new UTA program focusing on financial literacy and personal finance. My responsibilities include recruiting high-profile representatives from the financial services industry to serve on the advisory board, raising funds for endowing the program and to cover operational costs, networking and collaborating with other agencies and centers in the financial literacy movement across the country, recruiting and training a group of students to develop and deploy a series of educational program, making curriculum recommendations to the university to add financial literacy and personal finance classes to our catalogue of classes, leading the development and overseeing the deployment of all the resources and outreach programs created by this program, and submitting grant proposals to academic, government, and private sponsors.
    • 2015 to  2018 Committee Member
      Tutoring Center Taskforce
    • Aug 2014 to  Oct 2016 Faculty Advisor
      The Financial Management Association, UTA Chapter
      As the faculty advisor, Dr. Morales-Camargo provided guidance to student leadership about FMA policies and rules, helped them brainstorm program ideas, help them network with finance professionals in the area, over-viewed and approved the organization's annual budgets.
    • Aug 2013 to  Aug 2015 Committee Member
      Strategic Planning Taskforce
    • June 2013 to  Aug 2013 Committee Member
      Special Curriculum Development Committee

Service to the Profession

    • Past to  Mar 2019
      Reviewer, Conference Paper (Houston, Texas, USA)
      Southwestern Finance Association
      Reviewed and discussed one research paper presented at the annual academic conference.
    • Apr 2014 to  June 2014
      (Classification: Basic or Discovery Scholarship)
      Reviewer, Journal Article
      International Journal of Information Technology and Decision Making
      Served as Ad-hoc reviewer of article submitted to journal for publication.
    • Past to  Mar 2013
      (Classification: Basic or Discovery Scholarship)
      Reviewer, Conference Paper
      Southwestern Finance Association
      Reviewed and discussed two papers presented at the annual academic conference.
    • Apr 2012 to  May 2012
      (Classification: Basic or Discovery Scholarship)
      Reviewer, Journal Article
      The Financial Review
      Served as Ad-hoc reviewer of article submitted to journal for publication.
    • Past to  Feb 2012
      Reviewer, Conference Paper
      Mid-west Financial Management Association, Annual Meeting
      Reviewed and discussed paper presented at the annual academic conference.
    • Past to  Oct 2011
      (Classification: Basic or Discovery Scholarship)
      Reviewer, Conference Paper
      Financial Management Association Annual Meeting
      Reviewed and discussed paper presented at the annual academic conference.
    • Past to  Oct 2011
      (Classification: Basic or Discovery Scholarship)
      Session Chair
      Financial Management Association Annual Meeting
      Chaired Session No. 39 on IPO Underpricing
    • Apr 2011 to  July 2011
      (Classification: Basic or Discovery Scholarship)
      Reviewer, Journal Article
      Latin American and Iberian Institute - Latin American Research Paper Series
      Served as Ad-hoc reviewer of article submitted to journal for publication.
    • Mar 2010 to  May 2010
      (Classification: Basic or Discovery Scholarship)
      Reviewer, Journal Article
      Southern Economics Journal
      Served as Ad-hoc reviewer of article submitted to journal for publication.
    • Jan 2008 to  Mar 2008
      Reviewer, Journal Article
      The Journal of Multinational Financial Intermediation
      Served as Ad-hoc reviewer of article submitted to journal for publication.
    • Apr 2007 to  May 2007
      (Classification: Basic or Discovery Scholarship)
      Reviewer, Journal Article
      El Trimestre Economico
      Served as Ad-hoc reviewer of article submitted to journal for publication.