Colin Campbell

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Colin Campbell, PhD

Associate Professor, Department of Finance, Real Estate, and Insurance and Risk Management

2346 Carl H. Lindner Hall

513-556-2622

Colin is an Associate Professor in the Finance Department at the Carl H. Lindner College of Business.

Teaching Interest
Corporate Finance

Research Interest
Corporate Governance, Executive Compensation, Behavioral Finance, Rational Explanations of Asset Pricing Anomalies

Education
Institution: Texas A&M University
Major: Finance
Completed: 2010
Degree: Ph D

Institution: Arizona State University
Major: Economics
Completed: 2004
Degree: MS

Institution: James Madison University
Major: Finance
Completed: 2003
Degree: BBA

Published Contributions
Timothy Campbell, Doina Chichernea, Alex Petkevich,  (2016). Dissecting the Bond Profitability Premium. Journal of Financial Markets, 102-131.

Thomas Boulton, Timothy Campbell,  (2016). Managerial Confidence and Initial Public Offerings. Journal of Corporate Finance, 375-392.

Timothy Campbell, Neal Galpin, Shane Johnson,  (2016). Optimal Inside Debt Compensation and the Value of Equity and Debt. Journal of Financial Economics, 336-352.

Kelly Brunarski, Timothy Campbell, Yvette Harman,  (2015). Evidence on the Outcome of Say-On-Pay Votes:  How Managers, Directors, and Shareholders Respond. Journal of Corporate Finance, 132-149.

Timothy Campbell, Mary Elizabeth Thompson,  (2015). Why are CEOs Paid For Good Luck? An Empirical Comparison of Explanation. Journal of Corporate Finance, 247-264.

Timothy Campbell,  (2014). CEO Optimism and the Board's Choice of Successor. Journal of Corporate Finance, 495-510.

Joanna Campbell, Timothy Campbell, David Sirmon, Len Bierman, Chris Tuggle,  (2012). Shareholder Influence over Director Nomination via Proxy Access:  Implications for Agency Conflict and Stakeholder Value. Strategic Management Journal.

Timothy Campbell, Mike Gallmeyer, Shane Johnson, Jessica Rutherford, Brooke Stanley,  (2011). CEO Optimism and Forced Turnover. Journal of Financial Economics, 695-712.

Presentations
Title: Betting Against Beta under Incomplete Information
Year: 2019

Title: Long Term Institutional Investors and Executive Compensation
Location: Louisiana State University
Year: 2019

Title: Betting Against Beta under Incomplete Information
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2018

Title: Betting Against Beta under Incomplete Information
Location: Paris, France
Year: 2018

Title: Betting Against Beta under Incomplete Information
Location: Budapest, Hungary
Year: 2018

Title: Betting Against Beta under Incomplete Information
Year: 2018

Title: External Monitoring By Long Term Investors and Executive Compensation
Organization: US Securities and Exchange Commission
Location: Washington, D.C.
Year: 2018

Title: Conservatism and Career Choices:  Evidence from CEOs' Political Leaning
Organization: American Economic Association
Year: 2017

Title: Do Directors Suffer External Consequences for Poor Oversight of Executive Compensation? Evidence from Say-on-Pay Votes
Organization: Financial Management Association
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Year: 2016

Title: Betting Against Beta under Incomplete Information
Organization: Southern Finance Association
Year: 2016