Nejat Seyhun

Nejat Seyhun

  • The Jerome B. & Eilene M. York Professor of Business Administration
  • Professor of Finance
Education
  • PhD University of Rochester 1984
  • MS University of Rochester 1981
  • BSEE Northwestern University 1976

Contact Information

Phone
(734) 763-5463
Email
Room
R6356
Research

Nejat’s research activity focuses on backdating of executive options, risk-return trade-off in asset prices, intra-day impact of insider trading, long-run performance of IPOs, managerial overconfidence, Chinese walls and conflicts of interest in securities firms, option pricing, and conflict between information efficiency and rewards to information gathering.  His backdating work with M.P. Narayanan has helped uncover one of the biggest corporate scandals of recent years, bringing to light a business practice with numerous legal, ethical and corporate governance implications.

Authors
Mark Hulbert
Published Date
03/2020

Source

Market Watch
Authors
Barron's
Published Date
2019

Source

Barron's
Authors
H. Nejat Seyhun
Published Date
2019

Source

The Hill
Authors
Mark Hulbert
Published Date
08/2019

Source

Market Watch
Authors
Michael Brush
Published Date
06/2019

Source

Market Watch
Authors
Forbes
Published Date
2018

Source

Forbes

Should Size Matter When Regulating Firms? Implications from Backdating of Executive Options

Authors
H. Nejat Seyhun, Deniz Anginer, Cindy Schipani, MP Narayanan
Published Date
2012

Source

New York University Journal of Legislation and Public Policy
Volume: 
15
Issue: 
1
Pages: 
1-44

Fraud on the Market: Analysis of the Efficiency of the Corporate Bond Market

Authors
H. Nejat Seyhun, Michael Hartzmark, Cindy Schipani
Published Date
2011

Source

Columbia Business Law Review
Volume: 
3
Pages: 
654-716

How Do Quotes and Prices Evolve Around Isolated Informed Trades?

Authors
H. Nejat Seyhun, Ahmet Can Inci
Published Date
2010

Source

Journal of Economics and Finance
Volume: 
10

Intraday Behavior of Stock Prices and Trades around Insider Trading

Authors
H. Nejat Seyhun, Ahmet Can Inci, Biao Lu
Published Date
2010

Source

Financial Management (FM)
Volume: 
39
Pages: 
323-363

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