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David A. Carter

David A. Carter

Finance CIMBA

Adjunct Associate Professor

  319-335-0920
  C300  Pappajohn Business Building
The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 52242-1994

Academic History

  • PhD in Finance, University of Georgia, 1996
  • MBA, Utah State University, 1990
  • BS in Chemical Engineering, Brigham Young University, 1985

Selected Publications

  • The Ex-Day Price Behavior of REITs: Taxes or Ticks?, J. Whitworth, David A. Carter, Real Eastate Economics, vol 38, 2010, 733-752
  • The Gender and Ethnic Diversity of U.S. Boards and Board Committees and Firm Financial Performance, David A. Carter, F. D'Souza, B. Simkins, W. Simpson, Corporate Governance: An International Review, vol 18, 2010, 396-414
  • Managerial Incentives and Use of Foreign-Exchange Derivative Usage by Banks, David A. Carter, L. C. Adkins, W. G. Simpson, Journal of Financial Research, vol 30, 2007, 399-413
  • Does Hedging Affect Firm Value? Evidence from the U.S. Airline Industry, David A. Carter, B. J. Simkins, Financial Management, vol 35, 2006, 53-86
  • Hedging and Value in the U.S. Airline Industry, David A. Carter, D. A. Rogers, B. J. Simkins, Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, vol 18, 2006, 21-33
  • Deregulation, Technological Change, and the Business Lending Performance of Large and Small Banks, David A. Carter, J. E. McNulty, Journal of Banking and Finance, vol 29, 2005, 1113-1130
  • Exchange Rates and Fundamental Variables: A Semi-parametric Analysis of Binary Choice, David A. Carter, J. Hatem, K. Johnston, Applied Economics, vol 37, 2005, 1915-1924
  • Do Small Banks Have an Advantage in Lending? An Examination of Risk-adjusted Yields on Small Business Lending at Large and Small Banks, David A. Carter, J. E. McNulty, J. A. Verbrugge, Journal of Financial Services Research, vol 25, 2004, 233-252
  • Market Reaction to the Expiration of IPO Lockup Provisions, David A. Carter, J. C. Brau, S. E. Christophe, K. G. Key, Managerial Finance, vol 30, 2004, 87-103
  • The Market's Reaction to Unexpected Catastrophic Events: The Case of Airline Stock Return s and the September 11th Attacks, David A. Carter, B. J. Simkins, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, vol 44, 2004, 539-558
  • Board Diversity and Firm Performance, David A. Carter, W. G. Simpson, in Reseach in International Business and Finance, 2003
  • Corporate Governance, Board Diversity, and Firm Performance, David A. Carter, B. J. Simkins, W. G. Simpson, Financial Review, vol 38, 2003, 33-52

Current & Prior Positions

  • Adjunct Associate Professor, Consortium of Universities for International Studies, Henry B. Tippie College of Business, The University of Iowa, January 2009 - Present
  • Director, MBA Program, Oklahoma State University, 2006 - Present
  • Associate Professor of Finance, Oklahoma State University, 2004 - Present
  • Visiting Professor, Consortium of Universities for International Studies (CUIS), 2003 - Present
  • Assistant Professor of Finance, Oklahoma State University, 1998 - 2004
  • Assistant Professor of Economics and Finance, University of North Carolina, Wilmington, NC, 1996 - 1998
  • Instructor, Department of Banking and Finance, University of Georgia, 1995 - 1996
  • Research Assistant, Department of Banking and Finance, University of Georgia, 1992 - 1995
  • Rate Engineer, Questar Pipeline Company, Salt Lake City, UT, 1990 - 1992
  • Graduate Assistant, Department of Business Administration, Utah State University, 1989 - 1990
  • Chemistry and Radiological Controls Instructor, Westinghouse Electric Corp., Idaho Falls, ID, 1985 - 1988