Recognition of Student Research PapersA number of Glucksman research papers have received special recognition for their scholarly contributions.
- The Wall Street Journal (June 13, 2006, page C1, “Kraft's Stock Issue May Test Shelf Life”) cited the research paper completed in 2001 by Audra Low, “A Study of Two-Step Spinoffs.” According to her supervisor, Professor David Yermack, this Glucksman research report has become a standard source for practitioners.
- The research paper by Matthew Callahan, “To Hedge or Not To Hedge… That is the Question,” completed in 2002 under the supervision of Professor Marti Subrahmanyam, received the International Precious Metals Institute Student Financial Research Award.
- A paper completed in 2000, supervised by Professor Robert Whitelaw, entitled “Internet Message Board Activity and Market Efficiency: A Case Study of the Internet Service Sector Using RagingBull.Com” by Robert Tumarkin, appeared in the Financial Analysts Journal (May/June 2001).
Student Research Fellowships
To promote excellence in research by Stern MBAs, the Institute awards fellowships each year to outstanding second year MBA students to conduct independent research projects. Learn more about past student research.
Faculty Research Prizes
The Institute awards a $5,000 annual prize for the best research paper in finance by NYU Stern Faculty. Learn more.