Dr. Daniel Perez Dr. Daniel Perez Associate Professor

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Degrees

  • Doctor of Philosophy - Business Administration - UNIV TEXAS PAN AMERICAN (2011)
  • Doctor of Philosophy - Business Administration - The University of Texas - Pan American (2011)
  • Master of Business Admin - Business Administration - UNIV TEXAS PAN AMERICAN (2006)
  • Master of Business Admin - Business Administration - The University of Texas - Pan American (2006)
  • Bachelor of Business Admin - Business Administration - UNIV TEXAS PAN AMERICAN (2004)
  • Bachelor of Business Admin - Finance - The University of Texas - Pan American (2004)

Research

  • College of Business Summer Grant

Publications

  • "Does investor sentiment impact the returns and volatility of Islamic equities?"
    Journal of Economics and Finance
    (2014)
  • "The impact of TARP bailouts on stock market volatility and investor fear"
    Journal of Banking & Finance
    (2014) Vol. 3
  • "Has a profitable momentum strategy with REITs disappeared?"
    Proceedings of the 2010 Annual Meeting of the Acad (2013)
  • "The impact of trade finance on international trade: does financial development matter"
    AABRI Research in Business and Economics Journal
    (2013) Vol. 8
  • "Does investor sentiment affect Mexican stock market returns and volatility?"
    Global Journal of Finance and Economics, The
    (2012) Vol. 9
  • "The impact of hurricanes on investor sentiment and stock market returns"
    Global Business and Finance Review
    (2011) Vol. 16
  • "Faith-based and sin portfolios: An empirical inquiry into norm-neglect vs. norm-conforming investor behavior"
    Managerial Finance
    (2010) Vol. 36
  • "Foreign portfolio investment inflows to the United States: the impact of investor risk aversion and US stock market performance"
    North American Journal of Finance and Banking Research
    (2010) Vol. 4
  • "The impact of hurricanes on investor sentiment and stock market returns"
    (2010)
  • "Self-Employment Ratios of Mexican Americans, Puerto Ricans, Cuban Americans, and Other Hispanic Americans in the 2000s"
    Hispanic Economic Outlook (2009)
  • "The Impact of Political Variables on Stock Returns and Investor Sentiment"
    Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences
    (1900) Vol. 26

Presentations

  • "A re-examination of REIT return volatility, a bivariate approach"Southwestern Finance Association Meetings
  • "Consumer Sentiment, Household Debt, Inflation, and Real Rate of Interest in the U.S."Academy of Behavioral Finance and Economics
  • "Does Investor Sentiment Affect Islamic Equity Returns and Volatility?"Southwestern Finance Association
  • "Faith-based and sin portfolios: A business cycle comparison of relative performance"Financial Management Association
  • "Foreign portfolio investment inflows to the United States: the impact of investor risk aversion and US stock market performance"Midwest Finance Association
  • "Has a profitable momentum strategy for REITs disappeared?"Academy of Financial Services
  • "Sin Stock Returns and Investor Sentiment"Academy of Behavioral Finance and Economics
  • "Sin stock returns and investor sentiment"Academy of Economics and Finance
  • "Stock market volatility, excess returns, and the role of investor sentiment: empirical evidence from Mexico"Southwestern Finance Association
  • "The Impact of Political Variables on Stock Returns and Investor Sentiment"Southwestern Finance Association
  • "The Impact of TARP bailouts on stock market volatility and investor fear"Southwestern Finance Association
  • "The Impact of Trade Finance on International Trade: Does Financial Development Matter?"Academy and Business Research Institute
  • "The impact of hurricanes on investor sentiment and stock market returns"Southwestern Finance Association
  • "Foreign portfolio investment inflows to the United States: the impact of investor risk aversion and US stock market performance"Southwestern Finance Association Meetings
  • "The impact of hurricanes on investor sentiment and stock market returns"Academy of Behavioral Finance and Economics