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Ryan Israelsen

A.J. Pasant Fellow
Department: Finance
Associate Professor
Department: Finance
Eppley Center
667 N Shaw Ln Rm E307
East Lansing, MI 48824
Phone: (517) 353-1705
  • Biography
  • Publications
     "Key human capital." Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis 52, no. 1 (2017): 175-214. (with Scott Yonker)
    "Where the Heart Is: Information Production and the Home Bias", 2019, Management Science 66 (12): 5532-5557 (with with Jess Cornaggia and Kimberly Cornaggia)
    "It depends on where you search: institutional investor attention and underreaction to news." The Review of Financial Studies 30, no. 9 (2017): 3009-3047. (with Ben-Rephael, Azi, Zhi Da)
    "Are some clients more equal than others? An analysis of asset management companies’ execution costs." Review of Finance 22 (5): 1705–1736. (with Azi Ben-Rephael)
    "Credit ratings and the cost of municipal financing." The Review of Financial Studies 31, no. 6 (2017): 2038-2079. (with Jess and Kimberly Cornaggia)
    "Does common analyst coverage explain excess comovement?." Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis 51, no. 4 (2016): 1193-1229.
     "Predictability in equilibrium: The price dynamics of real estate investment trusts." Real Estate Economics 35, no. 4 (2007): 541-567. (with Dennis Capozza)
    "Appraisal, agency and atypicality: evidence from manufactured homes." Real Estate Economics 33, no. 3 (2005): 509-537. (with Dennis Capozza and Thomas Thomson)
    "Information Consumption and Asset Pricing" Journal of Finance, 76 (1): 357-394 (2021) (with Azi Ben-Rephael, Bruce Carlin, and Zhi Da)
    How Quickly do Equity Prices Converge to Intrinsic Value?, 2010, Journal of Investment Management 8 (4) (2010): 1-13  (with Dennis Capozza)
  • Courses
    • FI 312: Intro to Investments
    • FI 981: Corporate Finance Theory
    • FI 491: Financial Data Analytics
    • FI 872: Financial Data Analytics 1
    • FI 873: Financial Data Analytics 2
    • PIM 851: Business Analytics
  • Awards
    • Best Paper Award 2018 CICF Conference
      "Demand for Information and Asset Pricing" won the best paper award at the 2018 CICF Conference.
    • Best Discussant Award FFI 2019
      Best discussant at the 2019 Future of Financial Information Conference, Stockholm Sweden.
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