Professor Bruce Grundy

PhD (Chicago)
College of Business& Economics
T: 03 9857 4371

Areas of expertise

  • Banking, Finance And Investment 1502

Research interests

The informativeness of risk disclosure statements.

The effect of cybersecurity breaches on the values of breached firms and their non-breached competitors.

The relation between the maturity of government debt and growth of the corporate bond market.

The economics drivers of the profitability of momentum trading strategies.

Applications of real options analysis.

 

Biography

Professor Bruce Grundy received his PhD in Finance from the University of Chicago. Before coming to the Australian National University, he was a faculty member in the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University, the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and the Faculty of Business & Economics at the University of Melbourne. Bruce has been a visiting faculty member at the University of Chicago, Goethe University Frankfurt, Singapore Management University, and London Business School. Bruce is a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia. He is a past Managing Editor of the International Review of Finance and an Associate Editor of the Journal of Finance, Review of Financial Studies, Journal of Financial Research, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis and Accounting and Finance. He has published on momentum trading strategies, option pricing, dividend policy, convertible bond pricing and design, hedge funds, rational expectations models, and charitable fundraising. His current research interests include the disclosure of risk by corporations, the link between the maturities of government and corporate debt, and the effect of cybersecurity breaches on firms and their competitors. Professor Grundy has won teaching and research awards including a Geewax-Terker Prize, a Batterymarch Fellowship and the Hauck Award.

 

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