Asset-pricing, market liquidity, behavioral finance, international asset-pricing, debt markets and fixed-income securities
Financial economics, fixed-income securities, investments, corporate
finance, and financial modeling at the undergraduate, MBA, and Ph.D. levels.
Dr. Jacoby is a Full Professor and the Bryce Douglas Professor in Finance. He currently chairs the Finance Area Graduate Programs Committee. Gady received his Ph.D. in Finance from York University in 1999. His Ph.D. dissertation entitled "Three Essays on Defaultable Fixed-Income Securities" was nominated for the York University Best Dissertation Award. He has received numerous research grants and merit awards. They include four grants from the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada, two CMA Canada Academic Merit Awards, the Ontario Graduate Scholarship Fund, and several research and teaching merit awards at the University level. The focus of Gady’s research and consulting work is on the subjects of asset-pricing models, fixed-income securities, market microstructure, and behavioral finance. He has published articles in several quality journals, including the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, the Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Financial Markets, Journal of Fixed Income, Journal of Financial Research, Applied Financial Economics, Journal of Applied Finance, and Research in International Business and Finance. Gady taught courses in financial economics, fixed-income securities, investments, corporate finance, and financial modeling at the undergraduate, MBA, and Ph.D. levels. Gady has held visiting academic positions at New York University and the University of Melbourne, and he also taught in China, Singapore, Taiwan and Uruguay.