Michael Gallmeyer

Professor of Commerce; Director, Center for Investors and Financial Markets

Michael Gallmeyer
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Ph.D., Finance, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
M.A., Finance, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
B.S., Applied Mathematics and Industrial Management, Carnegie Mellon University
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Professor Gallmeyer specializes in studying how market imperfections influence security prices and trade. His current research focuses on heterogeneous beliefs, taxation, trading constraints, and monetary policy.

Before joining the McIntire faculty, Professor Gallmeyer was on the faculty at the Mays Business School at Texas A&M University and the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University. He has published in leading academic journals such as Journal of Financial EconomicsJournal of Monetary EconomicsReview of FinanceMathematical Finance; and Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. He has also presented his research at numerous universities and conferences. Professor Gallmeyer serves as an associate editor for Mathematics and Financial Economics.

Selected Publications:

"Disagreement about Inflation and the Yield Curve," Journal of Financial Economics, forthcoming 2017 (with P. Ehling, C. Heyerdahl-Larsen, and P. Illeditsch).

"Portfolio Tax Trading with Carry Over Losses," Management Science, forthcoming 2017 (with P. Ehling, S. Srivastava, S. Tompaidis, and C. Yang).

“Taxable and Tax-Deferred Investing with the Limited Use of Losses,” Review of Finance, forthcoming 2017 (with M. Fischer).

“Heuristic Portfolio Trading Rules with Capital Gain Taxes,” Journal of Financial Economics, 2016 (with M. Fischer).

“Credit Conditions and Expected Stock Returns,” Journal of Monetary Economics, 2015 (with S. Chava and H. Park).

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