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Option Pricing
Market Efficiency

Education
Ph.D. - 1992, The University of Kentucky
M.S. - 1990, The University of Kentucky
B.S. - 1978, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Sample Publications

2011: "Agents with Principles: Reducing Risk through Ethics Education," Review of Business Research, Forthcoming, Brockman, Christopher, Robert Brooks, and D. Michael Long. DBR

2010: "Consumer-Driven Healthcare: Let the Consumer Decide," Review of Business Research, Forthcoming, Brockman, Christopher and D. Michael Long. DBR

2010: "Relation Between Market Model Mispricing and Volume," Journal of Academy of Business and Economics, 2010, Volume 10, Number 3, pp. 140-148. Long, D. Michael and Christi Wann. DBR

2009: "Do Liquidity Induced Changes in Aggregate Dividends Signal Aggregate Future Earnings Growth," Journal of Economics and Finance, 2009, Volume 33, pp. 1-12. Long, D. Michael and Christi Wann. Discipline Based Research

2008: “Liquidity Shock Induced Dividend Change: Market Reaction by Firm Quality.” Journal of Academy of Business and Economics , 2008,Volume VIII, Wann, Christi, D. Michael Long, Dennis Pearson, and Garry Wann. Discipline Based Research

2007: “The Price-Volume Relationship and Mispricing in the Market Model for OTC Stocks.” Journal of Academy of Business and Economics, 2007, Volume VII, No. 1, pp. 165-172. Lesseig, Vance P., D. Michael Long, and Thomas I. Smythe. Discipline Based Research

2007: “An Examination of the Price-Volume Relationship in the Option Markets.” International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, 2007, Issue 10, pp. 47-56. Long, D. Michael. Discipline Based Research

2007: “The Securitization of Business Assets: The New Finance.”, International Journal of Business Strategy, 2007, Volume VII, No. 1, pp. 142-146. Long, D. Michael, and Gregory Rohan. Discipline Based Research

2006: “An Examination of the Long-Term Wealth Effects of Unethical Business Behavior.” Review of Business Research, 2006, Volume VI, No. 2, pp. 152-158. Brockman, Christopher M., D. Michael Long and Kathleen G. Long. Discipline Based Research

2005: "The Impact of Fund Sponsorship on Fund Expenses in Institutional and Retail Fund Markets,” Lesseig, Vance P., D. Michael Long, and Thomas I. Smythe. Journal of International Finance and Economics, 2005, Volume II, Number 1, pp. 39-49.

2005: "Performance of Mutual Funds Operated by Financial Services Firms,” Lesseig, Vance P., D. Michael Long, and Thomas I. Smythe. Review of Business Research, 2005, Volume V, Number 2, pp. 127-134.

2002: "Gains to Mutual Fund Sponsors Offering Multiple-Share Class Funds,” Lesseig, Vance P., D. Michael Long, and Thomas I. Smythe, Journal of Financial Research, Spring 2002, Vol. XXV, No.1, pp. 81-98.

2002: "The Efficiency and Cost-Savings of Calltaker Training,” Prater, Edmund and D. Michael Long. The Journal of Public Safety Communications, September 2002, Vol. 68, No. 9, pp. 46-48.

2002: "Unified 911 Communications: A Phased-in Methodology,” Prater, Edmund and D. Michael Long, The Journal of Public Safety Communications, January 2002, Vol. 68, No. 1, pp. 12-19.

1999: "Information Transmission in the Shanghai Equity Market,” Long, D. Michael, Janet D. Payne, and Chenyang Feng. Journal of Financial Research, Vol. XXII, No. 1, Spring 1999, pp. 29-45.

1999: "Industry Differences in NAFTA’s Impact on the Valuation of U.S. Companies,” Aggarwal, Raj, D. Michael Long, Scott Moore, and Danny Ervin. International Review of Financial Analysis, Vol. 7, No. 2, Spring 1999, pp. 137-152.

1998: "The Effect of Institutional Ownership in Financially Distressed Firms,” Webb, Shelly E., D. Michael Long, and Michael D. Schinski. The Journal of Accounting and Finance Research, Volume 5, No. 1, Spring 1998, pp. 1-6.

Professional Activities and Memberships
CFA Institute – Chattanooga, TN
Southern Finance Association
Southwestern Finance Association

Honors and Awards
Arthur B. Vieth Professor of Business Finance (2008- present)
UBS Professorship of Portfolio Management, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (2000-2008)
Dean's Merit (2006-2008)
USL College of Business Research Grant, University of Louisiana at Lafayette (1998)
USL College of Business Research Grant, University of Louisiana at Lafayette (1995)
USL College of Business Research Grant, University of Louisiana at Lafayette (1992)

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