Saeid Hoseinzade, PhD
Assistant Professor, FinanceSend a Message
Dr. Hoseinzade’s research focuses mainly on asset management and fixed-income securities. He is also interested in liquidity, financial stability, and more recently financial technology. He has authored several articles in prominent finance journals such as Journal of Financial Economics and the Review of Financial Studies. He has also presented his research at various national and international conferences.
Honors and Recognitions
- Suffolk University Research Grant, 2018
Recent Intellectual Contributions
Ebrahimnejad, A., Hoseinzade, S. (forthcoming). Idiosyncratic Return Volatility and the Role of Firm Fundamentals: A Cross-Country Analysis. Global Finance Journal.
Dannhauser, C., Hoseinzade, S. (2021). The unintended consequences of corporate bond ETFs: Evidence from the Taper Tantrum. The Review of Financial Studies.
Choi, J., Hoseinzade, S., Shin, S. S., & Tehranian, H. (2020). Corporate Bond Mutual Funds and Assets Fire Sales. Journal of Financial Economics, 138(2), 432-457.
Hoseinzade, S., Zolfaghari, M. (2020). Impact of Exchange Rate on Uncertainty in Capital Market: Evidence from Markov Regime-Switching GARCH Models. Cogent Economics & Finance, 8(1).
Ebrahimnejad, A., Hoseinzade, S. (2019). Short-sale Constraints and Stock Price Informativeness. Global Finance Journal, 40, 28-34.
- “Investors Are The Main Lenders To U.S. Businesses, And They May Not Understand The Risks”, Forbes, Jun 29, 2018