Ph.D. - 1992, The University of Kentucky
M.S. - 1990, The University of Kentucky
B.S. - 1978, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Honors, Achievements & Affiliations
Arthur B. Vieth Professor of Business Finance (2008 - Present)
UBS Professorship of Portfolio Management (2000 - 2008)
“The Impact of SEC Rule 10b-18 on the Ratchet Effect.” Wann, Christi R. D. Michael Long, and Christopher Brockman. Banking and Finance Review, 8, Volume 8, December 2016.
“Unethical Business Behavior and Stock Performance.” Long, D. Michael, Christi Wann, and Christopher Brockman. Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal, Volume 20, Number 3, 2016, 115-122.
“Agents with Principles: Reducing Risk through Ethics Education.” Brockman, Christopher, Robert Brooks, and D. Michael Long. Review of Business Research, 2011, Volume 11, Number 4, 76-84.
“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, 81-98.
“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, 29-45.