Photo of Vincent Glode

Vincent Glode

Assistant Professor of Finance

Research Interests: financial intermediation

Links: Personal Website

Contact Information

Address: 2330 Steinberg-Dietrich Hall, 3620 Locust Walk, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Email: vglode@wharton.upenn.edu
Office: (215) 898-9023

Overview

Vincent Glode joined the Wharton School in July 2009 as an Assistant Professor of Finance after earning his PhD in finance from Carnegie Mellon University.  His research is mainly theoretical and studies the role played by financial intermediaries in the economy.  His papers have been published in leading academic journals such as the American Economic Review, the Journal of Finance, the Journal of Financial Economics, and the Review of Financial Studies.  At Wharton, Professor Glode teaches Corporate Valuation at the undergraduate and MBA levels.  He is a CFA charterholder.

 

 

Research

Research

 

See personal website for updated info.


  • Vincent Glode, Christian Opp (2016), Asymmetric Information and Intermediation Chains, American Economic Review, Forthcoming.
  • Vincent Glode, Richard Lowery (2015), Compensating Financial Experts, Journal of Finance, Forthcoming.
  • Vincent Glode, Philip Bond (2014), The Labor Market for Bankers and Regulators, Review of Financial Studies  Abstract
  • Vincent Glode, Richard C. Green, Richard Lowery (2012), Financial Expertise as an Arms Race, The Journal of Finance  Abstract
  • Vincent Glode, Richard C. Green (2011), Information Spillovers and Performance Persistence for Hedge Funds, Journal of Financial Economics  Abstract
  • Vincent Glode (2011), Why Mutual Funds 'Underperform', Journal of Financial Economics  Abstract

Awards And Honors

  • Best Paper Award, 12th Annual Conference in Financial Economics at IDC-Herzliya, 2015
  • Cynthia and Bennett Golub Faculty Scholar Award, 2012-2013
  • Terker Family Prize in Financial Research [2nd prize], 2010
  • Best Paper Award in Capital Markets, Northern Finance Association meeting, 2008
  • Best Paper Award in Investments, Financial Management Association meeting, 2007

Teaching

 

Since 2010, I teach Corporate Valuation (formerly titled: Security Analysis) in the Spring semester to undergraduate and MBA students.

Courses

Previous

  • FNCE207 - Corporate Valuation

    The focus of this course is on the valuation of companies. Topics discussed include discounted cash flow techniques and valuation using alternative valuation techniques such as price multiples. Emphasis is on developing the required information for valuation from financial statements and other information sources.

  • FNCE399 - Supervised Study in Finance

    Integrates the work of the various courses and familiarizes the student with the tools and techniques of research.

  • FNCE728 - Corporate Valuation

    The focus of this course is on the valuation of companies. Topics discussed include discounted cash flow techniques and valuation using alternative valuation techniques such as price multiples. Emphasis is on developing the required information for valuation from financial statements and other information sources.