Jose Vicente Martinez
Areas of Expertise
Jose Vicente Martinez joined UConn after working as an assistant professor of finance at Said Business School, University of Oxford (United Kingdom). He earned a Ph.D. in finance from the Graduate School of Business at Columbia University (NY) and later completed a research fellowship at the Institute for Financial Research in Stockholm (Sweden). Dr. Martinez is a research affiliate of the Institute for Financial Research and the Swedish House of Finance and has been a member of the Oxford-Man Institute of Quantitative Finance and a Governing Body Fellow of Green Templeton College, Oxford. Earlier in his career he worked as a business analyst in Prudential Financial’s Buenos Aires office.
- Individual investor activity and performance (joint with Magnus Dahlquist and Paul Soderlind), Review of Financial Studies, forthcoming.
- Institutional investor expectations, manager performance, and fund flows (joint with Howard Jones), Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, forthcoming.
- Picking winners? Investment consultants’ recommendations of fund managers (joint with Tim Jenkinson and Howard Jones), Journal of Finance, 2016, vol. 71, pp 2333-2370.
- Investor inattention: A hidden cost of choice in pension plans? (joint with Magnus Dahlquist), European Financial Management, 2015, vol. 21, pp. 1-19.
- Information misweighting and the cross-section of stock recommendations, Journal of Financial Markets, 2011, vol. 14, pp. 515-539.
- Is it punishment? Sovereign defaults and the decline in trade (joint with Guido Sandleris), Journal of International Money and Finance, 2011, vol. 30, pp. 909-930.
- Measuring the added value of stock recommendations (joint with Anders Anderson and Howard Jones).
- Best buys and own brands: Investment platforms’ recommendations of mutual funds (joint with Gordon Cookson, Tim Jenkinson and Howard Jones).
- Investment Consultants’ Claims About Their Own Performance: What Lies Beneath? (joint with Gordon Cookson, Tim Jenkinson and Howard Jones).
- Is the revolving door between government and corporations a back door to excess returns? (joint with Mehmet Canayaz and Han Ozsoylev).