Andy Naranjo, University of Florida
My research agenda revolves around both empirical asset pricing and corporate finance, with a specific focus on the behavior and valuation of assets and firms, as well as the linkages and information flows across markets. My research analyses and tests dwell within three distinct market-related settings: international, U.S., and real estate, though my research is often interconnected across these market-related settings. I have also recently examined empirical asset pricing and across market linkage issues in the increasingly important electronic market environment. I maintain a very active research agenda with several papers under the revise and resubmit mode, some new submissions, and a pipeline of current research activity that will soon be under submission. Simply put – research is at the core of what I do and enjoy doing. This research has also been impactful, having received over 1,500 Google Scholar citations, several best paper of the conference awards, numerous research grants, a large number of invited and selected paper presentations, as well as being selected as a Homer Hoyt Fellow candidate (2016 Fellow). I believe that research is critical to understanding and solving many important and complex problems, and it provides significant educational, professional, societal, and personal benefits through its accompanying insights and solutions. Below are links to my research-related activity.
- Levered and unlevered property returns (link this item to an Excel file)