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Biography

Prof. Rahul Verma

University of Houston-Downtown, USA


Email: vermar@uhd.edu


Qualifications

2000–2004 Ph.D., The University of Texas Pan American, Edinburg, TX, International Business

1993–1995 M.B.A., Institute for Technology and Management, Bombay, India, Finance


Publications

  1. Verma, Rahul and Soydemir Gökçe. “The Impact of Individual and Institutional Investor Sentiments on Market Price of Risk.” Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance. Volume 49, Issue 3, 2009.Journal’s acceptance rate: 15%.In top 10 most cited articles in the Journal.
  2. Verma, Rahul and Verma, Priti “Are Survey Forecasts of Individual and Institutional Investor Sentiments Rational?” International Review of Financial Analysis. Volume 17, issue 5, 2008.Journal’s acceptance rate: 11-20%.
  3. Verma, Rahul, Baklaci Hasan and Soydemir Gökçe. “The Impact of Rational and Irrational Sentiments of Individual and Institutional Investors on DJIA and S&P500 Index Returns.” Applied Financial Economics. Volume 18, Issue 16, 2008.Journal’s acceptance rate: 21-30%.
  4. Rivas, Andres, Verma, Rahul, Rodriguez ,Antonio, and Verma, Priti. “International Transmission Mechanism of Stock Market Volatilities.” Latin American Business Review. Volume 9, Issue 1, 2008.Journal’s acceptance rate: 25%.
  5. Dania, Akash and Verma, Rahul. “Political Risk and ADR Returns: Diversification in the Indian Sub-Continent.” Journal of Asian Business Studies. Volume 2, Number 1, Fall 2007.Journal’s acceptance rate: 25%.
  6. Verma, Rahul and Verma, Priti “Noise Trading and Stock Market Volatility.” Journal of Multinational Financial Management. Volume 17, No. 3, 2007.Journal’s acceptance rate: 11-20%.2nd most downloaded and 5th most cited articles in the Journal.
  7. Verma, Rahul and Soydemir, Gökçe. “Modeling Latin America’s Country Risk: A Country Beta Approach.” Global Finance Journal. Volume 17, No. 2, 2006.Journal’s acceptance rate: 16%.One of the most downloaded articles in the Journal since October 2006.
  8. Verma, Rahul and Soydemir, Gökçe. “The impact of individual and institutional investor sentiments on the foreign stock markets.” Journal of Behavioral Finance, Volume 7, Issue 3, 2006.Journal’s acceptance rate: 21-30%.
  9. Verma, Rahul and Verma, Priti. “Do Emerging Equity Markets Respond Symmetrically to the U.S. Upturn and Downturn? Evidence from Latin America.” International Journal of Business and Economics, Volume 4, Number 3, 2005.Journal’s acceptance rate: 11-20%.
  10. Verma, Priti and Verma, Rahul. “Monetary Policy Shocks, Exchange Rates and Trade Balance: Evidence from Latin America.” Midwestern Business and Economic Review. Number 36, Fall 2005.
  11. Verma, Rahul and Ozuna,Teofilo. “Are Stock Markets Responsive to Cross-Country Macroeconomic Movements? – Evidence from Latin America.” Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money. Volume 15, No.1, 2005.Journal’s acceptance rate: 11-20%.One of the most downloaded articles in the Journal since January 2005.

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