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Mark S. Johnson

Mark S. Johnson

Fixed-Term Faculty
Department: Finance

Office: 324 Eppley Center

Telephone: 517-432-6253

Email: johnsonm@broad.msu.edu



Mark S. Johnson is a Professor of Practice, Finance, at the Eli Broad Graduate School of Management, Michigan State University.  He received his Ph.D. from Washington State University.  Dr. Johnson's current research focuses on Hospitality and Real Estate Finance.  He has published in Cornell Hospitality Quarterly, Journal of Hospitality Financial Management, ICHRIE Research Reports, Journal of Accounting and Economics, Managerial and Decisions Economics, Financial Review, Journal of Applied Corporate Finance and others.  Dr. Johnson teaches corporate finance, derivative asset pricing, mergers and acquisitions and the market for corporate control.   Personal contact information: Professor of Practice, Department of Finance, The Eli Broad College of Business, Michigan State University, 324 Eppley Center, East Lansing, MI 48824-1121, Office (517) 432-6253, Fax (517) 432-1080



Hospitality and Real Estate Finance, Corporate Finance

  • Excellence in Teaching: Excellence in teaching award, Finance Department, Michigan State University, 2006-2007<br>
  • Best Paper: <span>Best Paper, ICHRIE. July 29-31, 2015 Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida USA, Mark Johnson, A. J. Singh and Yifan Zhou.&nbsp; “Internet Gaming: Valuation Concerns for the Industry”</span> <br><br><br><br>
  • Second Best Paper: <span>Second Place, ICHRIE Research Reports, Awarded at&nbsp; July 21, 2016, James Kim, A.J. Singh, Mark Johnson and Richard Mandelbaum, “Macroeconomic Variables and Hotel Performance: Good and Bad News,”</span><br>
  • Summer Research Grant: $10,000 Summer Research Grant May 1 – August 1 2013, Eli Broad College of Business Internal Grant, “Travel Promotion Act and Firm Value” <br><br><br><br>

Articles:

  • Marilyn Johnson and Mark Johnson “Federal Tax Law Trumps Indian Canon: Implications for the Gaming Industry,” Cornell Hospitality Quarterly, 2016, 57(4) pp. 434-441. 



  • Mark Johnson and Tolani Lawson “The Impact of the Food Safety and Modernization Act on Firm Value,” Agricultural Finance Review, 2016, 76(2): 233-245.



  • James Kim, A.J. Singh, Mark Johnson and Robert Mandelbaum “Macroeconomic Variables and Hotel Performance: Good and Bad News,” ICHRIE Penn State Research Reports, In Press 2016.



  • Mark Johnson, A.J. Singh and Qing Ma “The Impact of Authorization of the Travel Promotion Act on Hotel Firm Stock Returns,” Cornell Hospitality Quarterly, 2015, 56(1): 29-40.



  • Mark Johnson, A J Singh and Yifan Zhou “Internet Gaming: Valuation Concerns for the Industry,” Journal of Hospitality Financial Management, 2015, 23(1): 25-44.



  • Mark Johnson, Min Jung Kang and Yifan Zhou “The Impact of the Bio-terrorism Act on the Supply Chain and Firm Value,” Journal of Finance Issues, 2014, 13(2):21-39.



  • Mark Johnson, Can Zhao and Manav Garg “The Impact of the Bio-terrorism Act on the Wealth of Canadian Food and Beverage Firms,” International Research Journal of Applied Finance, 2013, 4(9): 1182-1193.



  • Walt Blacconiere, Marilyn Johnson and Mark Johnson, “Market Valuation of  Deregulated Electric Utilities,”Journal of Accounting and Economics, 2000, 20(2): 231-260.



  • Mark Johnson and Ramesh Rao, “The Impact of Antitakeover Charter Amendments on Expectations of Future Earnings and Takeover Activity," Managerial and Decision Economics 1999, 20: 75-86.



  • Mark Johnson, Marcia Niles and Stacey Suydam, "Regulatory Changes in the Electric Utility Industry: Investigation of Effects on Shareholder Wealth,” Journal of Accounting and Public Policy 1998, 17: 1-25



  • Mark Johnson and Ramesh Rao,  “The Impact of Antitakeover Amendments on Corporate Financial Performance,” Financial Review 1997,  32: 25-56.



  • Mark Johnson and Ramesh Rao, “Does Antitakeover Protection Reduce Myopic Managerial Investment Behavior?,” Journal of Managerial Issues 1997,  9:147-151.




  • Walt Blacconiere, Marilyn Johnson and Mark Johnson, “Stranded Costs and Competitive Forces in the Electrical Utility Industry,” Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance 1997, 12: 199-219.




  • Mark Johnson, Ron Mittelhammer and Don Blayney “Stock Price Reaction to Regulation in the Meat Packing Industry,” Journal of Agricultural Economics Research 1994, 45(3): 31-40.



  • John Bryd, Walt Goulet, Marilyn Johnson and Mark Johnson “Finance Theory and the New Investor Relations,”  Journal of Applied Corporate Finance. 1993, 6: 48-53.



  • Kathy Pettit-OMalley and Mark Johnson “Differentiative Comparative Advertising: Some Positive Results Revealed by the Measurement of Simultaneous Effects on the Ad-sponsoring and Comparative Brand.” Journal of Current Issues and Research in Advertising 1992, 14:35-44



  • Mark Johnson “An End User Perspective: The Impact of FSMA on Restaurants,” Cornell Hospitality Quarterly, Forthcoming  2017



  • Mark Johnson, Ron Mittelhammer and Don Blayney “Pesticide Industry Regulation : Economic Consequences as Revealed Through Stock Price Behavior," Agribusiness 1992, 8: 347-65.  




  • Mark Johnson, Ron Mittelhammer and Don Blayney “The Impact of Regulation on Shareholder Wealth in the Tobacco Industry: An Event Study Approach,”  Agricultural Finance Review 1991, 51: 21-34.



  • Marilyn Johnson and Mark Johnson  “Federal Tax Law Trumps Indian Canon: Implications for the Gaming Industry,” Cornell Hospitality Quarterly, 2016, 57(4): 434-441.



  • Fin 801: Managerial Finance
  • Fin 859: Mergers and Acquisition
  • Fin 478: Speculative Markets (derivative asset pricing)
  • Fin 863: Market for Corporate Control

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