Faculty Awards

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

  • Todd A. Gormley, Best Paper in Corporate Finance, WFA Meetings, 2009
  • Amir Yaron, Best Paper 2009 Utah Winter Finance Conference, 2009

2008

  • Jules van Binsbergen, Goldman Sachs Asset Management Award (WFA) for "Predictive Regressions a Present-Value Approach", 2008
  • Amir Yaron, First Prize Terker Family Prizes in Investment Research, 2008
  • Vincent Glode, Best Paper Award in Capital Markets, Northern Finance Association meeting, 2008

2007

2006

  • Vito Gala, Outstanding Teaching Assistant, Chicago Booth, 2006
  • Christopher Geczy, Best Paper Award, Annual Conference on Market Structure and Market Integrity, 2006
  • Christopher Geczy, Best Elective Course Teaching Award, Wharton West, Executive MBA Program, 2006

2005

  • Vito Gala, Lehman Brothers Fellowship for Research Excellence in Finance, Finalist, 2005
  • Vito Gala, Outstanding Teaching Assistant, Chicago Booth, 2005
  • Vito Gala, The Sanford J. Grossman Fellowship, 2005-2006
  • Susan M Wachter, American Real Estate and Urban Economics Lifetime Achievement Award, 2005

2004

  • Vito Gala, Lehman Brothers Fellowship for Research Excellence in Finance, Finalist, 2004
  • Vito Gala, Fondazione IRI Fellowship, 2004-2005
  • Christopher Geczy, Caesarea Prize for the Best Paper on Risk Management, Western Finance Association, for ”Taking a View: On Corporate Speculation and Governance", 2004
  • Christopher Geczy, Weiss Center for International Financial Research research grant, 2004
  • Robert W. Holthausen, Wharton Undergraduate Excellence in Teaching Award, 2004-2005
  • Joao F. Gomes, Brattle Prize Nomination, Best Corporate Finance Paper Published in the Journal of Finance, 2004
  • Amir Yaron, Winner Smith Breeden Award - Journal of Finance, 2004

2003

  • Robert F. Stambaugh, Moskowitz Prize honorable mention, 2003
  • Robert W. Holthausen, Wharton Graduate Association Excellence in Teaching Award, 2003-2004
  • Christopher Geczy, Moskowitz Prize (Honorable Mention) for ”Investing in Socially Responsible Mutual Funds”, 2003
  • Christopher Geczy, The Bank of Canada Award for ”The Limits to Dividend Arbitrage: Implications for Cross-Border Investment”, 2003

2002

  • Robert F. Stambaugh, Geewax-Terker Prize honorable mention, 2002
  • Robert F. Stambaugh, Fama-DFA Prize (second-place paper, Journal of Financial Economics), 2002
  • Jeremy Siegel, Lindback Award, awarded by the Lindback Society and the Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation for Distinguished teaching, 2002
  • Christopher Geczy, Zicklin Center Research Grant for “The Performance of Socially Screened Mutual Funds and the Convictions of Investors", 2002-2003

2001

  • Jeremy Siegel, JeremySiegel.com Awarded Best Website of Business Professor, by Forbes Magazine, 2001

2000

  • Christopher Geczy, Q Group Research Grant for ”Stocks are Special, Too", 2000-2001

1999

  • Robert F. Stambaugh, Fama-DFA Prize (second-place paper, Journal of Financial Economics), 1999

1998

  • Susan M Wachter, Presidential Appointment, Senate Confirmation, Assistant Secretary, HUD, 1998-2001
  • Robert W. Holthausen, Welling Professorship, George Washington University, 1998-2000

1997

  • Christopher Geczy, Nominated for the Smith Breeden Prize for the best paper in the Journal of Finance for “Why Firms Use Currency Derivatives", 1997
  • Christopher Geczy, Rodney L. White Center (Wharton) research grants, 1997 (1), 1999 (2), 2001(1), 2002(2), 2003, 2004, 1997-2004
  • Robert F. Stambaugh, Fama-DFA Prize (second-place paper, Journal of Financial Economics), 1997
  • Robert F. Stambaugh, Marvin Bower Fellow, Harvard University Graduate School of Business, 1997

1996

1995

1994

1993

  • Jeremy Siegel, Winner of Graham and Dodd Award, the Association for Investment Management and Research for the best article in the Financial Analyst Journal, 1993
  • Christopher Geczy, Center for Research in Security Prices Research Grant, 1993-1994

1992

1991

  • Joao F. Gomes, Banco of Portugal Award, First Prize for Highest Undergraduate Average In Economics, 1991

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