Ph.D., Harvard University
M.A., Harvard University
B.A., Rice University
Chen obtained his Ph.D. from Harvard University. Prior to joining the Robinson College of Business, he was a member of the business school faculty at the University of Maryland, College Park. His research interests include corporate finance, corporate governance, and the behavior and performance of sell-side analysts. His work as appeared in academic journals such as the Journal of Finance, Journal of Business, Journal of Law and Economics, and Journal of Economic Theory.View Chen’s CV
- Agrawal, Anup and Chen, Mark, “Do Analyst Conflicts Matter? Evidence from Stock Recommendations,” Journal of Law and Economics, forthcoming.
- Agrawal, Anup, Chadha, Sahiba, and Chen, Mark, “Who is Afraid of Reg FD? The Behavior and Performance of Sell-Side Analysts Following the SEC’s Fair Disclosure Rules,” Journal of Business, 79 (November 2006), 2811-2834.
- Chen, Mark, “Executive Option Repricing, Incentives, and Retention,” Journal of Finance, 59 (June 2004), 1167-1199.
- Chen, Mark and Maskin, Eric, “Bargaining, Production, and Monotonicity in Economic Environments,” Journal of Economic Theory, 89 (November 1999), 140-147.