Maureen O'Hara (professor)

Maureen O'Hara (Professor)

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Maureen O'Hara (professor)

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Maureen Patricia O'Hara is an American financial economist. O'Hara is the Robert W. Purcell Professor of Management, a professor of finance, and Acting Director in Graduate Studies at Cornell University's Johnson Graduate School of Management. She has won numerous awards and grants for her research, served on numerous boards, served as an editor for numerous finance journals, and chaired the dissertations of numerous students. In addition, she is well-known as the author of Market Microstructure Theory. She was the first female president of the American Finance Association.


O'Hara's research focuses on issues in market microstructure, and she is the author of Market Microstructure Theory (Blackwell, 1995, ISBN 0631207619). as well as numerous journal articles. Her most recent research has focused on the role of underwriters in the aftermarket trading of IPOs, the impact of transparency on trading system performance, listing and delisting issues in securities markets, designing markets for developing markets, and the role of liquidity and information risk in asset pricing. In addition, O'Hara publishes widely on a broad range of topics including banking and financial intermediaries, law and finance, and experimental economics. Among O'Hara's numerous awards are the American Finance Association 2000 Smith-Breeden Distinguished Paper Award for "When the Underwriter is the Market Maker: An Examination of Trading in the IPO...
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