David Maslar is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Finance. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Missouri in 2013, an M.S. in Applied Mathematics and an M.A. in Economics from the University of Missouri in 2009, and a B.S. in Economic Analysis from Binghamton University in 2006. He joined the Finance Department in 2015 after working for two years as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Finance at the University of Missouri.
Maslar’s research interests include investments, market microstructure, and fixed income. His current research focuses on empirical asset pricing, bond mutual funds, and illiquidity. His work has been published in the Journal of Accounting Research, the Journal of Corporate Finance, and the Journal of Financial Markets, and has appeared on the program of numerous conferences, such as the NYU Stern Microstructure Meeting, SAFE Market Microstructure Conference, and the AAA Financial Accounting and Reporting Section (FARS) Midyear Meeting.
Maslar teaches undergraduate courses in Fixed Income and Financial Markets and Institutions and MBA courses in Financial Management. In the past he has taught both undergraduate and graduate courses in Economics, Fixed Income, Financial Markets, and Financial Management. Maslar has received numerous teaching awards at the University of Tennessee (UT), the University of Missouri (MU), and Binghamton University, including the Sharon Miller-Pryse/Trust Company Outstanding Finance Faculty Award (UT), MBA First Year Outstanding Commitment to Students Faculty Award (UT), the John A. Riggs, Jr. Excellence in MBA Teaching Award (MU), and the Rising Star MBA Teaching Award (MU).
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Media & Press Releases
- How are Bond Mentions Yields Affected by a Firm’s Ties to the Federal Government? - Duke Law Global Financial Markets Center
- What Might the Federal Reserve Do Next? - Investor Place