Professor Marston’s specialties lie in the area of corporate finance. Her current research interests focus on strategic analyst coverage of firms and on conflicts of interest and analyst recommendations. She also has research papers on the measurement of and motivations for leasing and on the properties and use of financial analysts’ forecasts of long-term earnings growth. She teaches courses in financial management, financial statement analysis and valuation, and advanced corporate finance.
Professor Marston has published work in the areas of risk and return, cost of capital, and leasing in various academic and professional journals, including Financial Management;The Financial Review; The Journal of Finance; Financial Analysts’ Journal; andJournal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance. She has presented her work at regional, national, and international conferences. She has also served on the program and competitive paper award committees for the Financial Management Association.