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David Goldreich

David Goldreich

Professor of Finance Director, Rotman Commerce

Degrees:

Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon,1997
MS, Carnegie Mellon, 1992
MSIA, Carnegie Mellon,1990
BS, Caltech, 1988

Phone:

416-946-0833

Bio

David Goldreich is the Director of the Rotman Commerce Program and a Professor of Finance. Prior to joining Rotman, David was an Assistant Professor of Finance at the London Business School. His research addresses a variety of topics, including Treasury auctions, bond liquidity, and most notably the bookbuilding method for IPOs. His research is published in both finance and economics journals. David teaches Corporate Finance and Capital Markets in the MBA program. He has received numerous teaching awards at Rotman, London Business School, and Carnegie Mellon University.

Academic Positions

  • 2016-

    Professor of Finance, Rotman School of Management

  • 2015-

    Director, Rotman Commerce, Rotman School of Management

  • 2011-2014

    Academic Director, Morning and Evening MBA Programs, Rotman School of Management

  • 2005-2016

    Associate Professor of Finance, Rotman School of Management

  • 1999-2004

    Lazard Brothers Research Fellow, London Business School

  • 1996-2005

    Assistant Professor of Finance, London Business School

Selected Publications - Papers

  • When Smaller Menus are Better: Variability in Menu-Setting Ability

    David Goldreich and Hanna Halaburda

    Management Science

    2013

  • Initiating Bargaining

    David Goldreich and Lukasz Pomorski

    Review of Economic Studies

    2011

  • Underpricing in Discriminatory and Uniform-Price Treasury Auctions

    David Goldreich

    Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis

    2007

  • Investor Sentiment and Pre-IPO Markets

    Francesca Cornelli, David Goldreich, and Alexander Ljungqvist

    Journal of Finance

    2006

  • The Price of Future Liquidity: Time Varying Liquidity in the US Treasury Market

    David Goldreich, Bernd Hanke, and Purnendu Nath

    Review of Finance

    2005

  • Bookbuilding: How Informative is the Order Book?

    Francesca Cornelli and David Goldreich

    Journal of Finance

    2003

  • Bookbuilding and Strategic Allocations

    Francesca Cornelli and David Goldreich

    Journal of Finance

    2001

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