Professor of Finance
- Matthew Spiegel's Website
Matthew Spiegel's research ranges widely with publications in the areas of market microstructure, asset pricing, real estate, corporate finance, and experimental economics. His theoretical work has helped to explain stock market volatility, what factors lead to market breakdowns and how mergers within an industry impact the new firm’s competitors over time. His empirical work has included the development of statistical methods that can estimate the impact of local characteristics on housing returns and for identifying when and if a particular mutual fund will generate above market returns. He is currently the president for the Society for Financial Studies and its former vice president. He is also the Society's advisory chair for its annual Finance Cavalcade conference and the former executive editor of its journal the Review of Financial Studies. Professor Spiegel was formerly an associate professor, with tenure, at the Haas School of Business at the University of California-Berkeley. He is a former co-editor and founder of the Journal of Financial Markets, a former associate editor of the Review of Financial Studies, and a past member of the Nasdaq Economic Advisory Board.