Anderson Faculty Member Profile
Reilly White, PhD
- Assistant Professor
- Phone: (505) 277-3403
- Office: ASM 2083
After I received my B.S. in Finance summa cum laude from the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, I spent several years working as a Financial Analyst for Sovereign Bank in Boston, Massachusetts. In 2013, I received my PhD from the University of Connecticut and was thrilled to move back to New Mexico later that year to teach the fantastic students at Anderson.
My recent research has focused on expanding our understanding of agency theory and the implications of executive compensation. I have also published several articles in International Finance, a field of increasing relevance in the globalized world of the coming decades. When not researching (or Finance-ing), I enjoy hiking, history, genealogy, astronomy, and many other (nerdy) hobbies.
I am most grateful to my wonderful wife Nicole and my son James, born in March 2014, who is already Financing at a toddler-level.
Current Research & News
Selected Publications Include:
Gupta, Neeraj, Mark Kuhrt and Reilly White. (2015) ‘The Buffett Critique: Volatility and Long-Dated Options’.Journal of Economics and Finance, Volume 39, Number 2, pp. 1-14
Eisdorfer, Assaf, Carmelo Giaccotto and Reilly White. (2015) ‘Do Corporate Managers Skimp on Shareholders’ Dividends to Protect their Own Retirement Funds? Journal of Corporate Finance, Volume 30, pp. 257-277.
White, Reilly S. (2014) ‘European Banks in Crisis: Clustered Risk Modeling and Implications’, Journal of International Finance Studies, Volume 14, Number 1, pp. 119-131.
Eisdorfer, Assaf, Giaccotto, Carmelo, and White, Reilly. (2013) ‘Executive Compensation, Capital Structure, and Investment Efficiency’. Journal of Banking and Finance, Volume 37, Issue 2, pp. 549-562.
White, Reilly S. (2011) ‘Bank Structure and Reevaluating the Case for Risk: The Icelandic Banking Crisis’, Journal of International Finance and Economics, Volume 11, Number 2, pp. 171-182.;
White, Reilly S. (2011) ‘The Cost of Equity in India: The Effects of Local and International Models on Equity Pricing’, International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management, Volume 4, Number 2, pp. 138-159.
This information contains published works and is based on a January snapshot of the Sedona system after material for the annual review has been requested.