Matthew Boland, PhD
San Jose State University
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News & Events
NFA: This year at the NFA conference I'll be presenting Pricing in Auction Markets for Alternative Assets: Theory and Experimental Evidence a coauthored paper with Dan Thornton. This paper started life as an MSc project and I've been fortunate to present the work in a number of places including St. John's, NL and Honolulu, HI.
Sept. 12-14 2014
Oct. 10 2014
Broadband Paper: My paper, coauthored with Olena Ivus, titled "The Employment and Wage Impact of Broadband Deployment in Canada" was accepted for publication to the Canadian Journal of Economics.
CPA-Queen's Centre for Corporate Governance. Dr. Paul Calluzzo and I received a funding grant for our project titled: The Effectiveness of Heterogeneous Boards and the C-Suite.
New PhD Student Research Excellence Award: Each year the Queen's School of Business gives an award to a recently post-comp PhD student that has shown outstanding research potential. I will officially accept the award in February, 2015.
Nov. 28 2014
Nov. 17 2014
May. 12 2015
NFA: I will be presenting my paper titled "Discrimination in the C-Suite: Do Discriminatory Pay Practices Exist for the Positions of CEO and CFO" during the PhD session of the NFA annual conference in Banff, AB.
NFA: I will be attending the NFA conference in Mont-Tremblant next month. FMA: My first trip to Las Vegas will be for the FMA conference in October; a mix of paper presentations, job market interviews, and bright lights.
Aug. 29 2016
San Jose Sate: In December I accepted a position at San Jose State University in San Jose, CA. My wife and I are excited to move to California where she has taken a position at University of California San Francisco as an Orthopedic Surgeon.
Queen's University: In early May I defended my PhD dissertation at Queen's University and received a pass without revisions. I've enjoyed my time at Queen's but I'm happy to be finished.
SJSU: First day of classes! I'm very much looking forward to the upcoming semester and meeting my students in BUS1 170.