Areas of Expertise
Behavioral finance, asset pricing and sports wagering markets
- PhD, Arizona State University, 2003
- MBA, University of Texas at Austin, 1994
- BSEE, Montana State University, 1988
Awards, Honors & Certificates
- Eli Lilly Alumni MBA Teaching Excellence Award, Kelley School of Business, 2019
- Evening MBA Student Advisory Board Teaching Excellence Award, Kelley School of Business, 2019
- Durham, G., Kerins, F., and Woodland, A. (2019). Deriving Three Key Cash Flow Equations Using the Dynamic Identity Approach. Advances in Financial Education, Summer, 61-84.
- Durham, G., and Santhanakrishnan, M. (2016). Ticker fluency, sentiment, and asset valuation. Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 61, 89-96.
- Durham, G. (2013). Behavioral Finance and Point-Spread Wagering Markets. In L. Vaughan Williams and D. Siegel (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of the Economics of Gambling. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
- Durham, G., and Santhanakrishnan, M. (2012). Point-Spread Wagering Markets’ Analogue to Realized Return in Financial Markets. Journal of Sports Economics, 13(5), 554-566.
- Durham, G., and Perry, T. (2008). The Impact of Sentiment on Point Spreads in the College Football Wagering Market. Journal of Prediction Markets, 2(1) 1-27.
- Durham, G. and Santhanakrishnan, M. (2008). The Relative Importance of Strength versus Weight in Processing New Information in the College Football Wagering Market. Journal of Prediction Markets, 2(2), 13-28.
- Kramer, B. and Durham, G. (2006). Fraud Education for Business Majors.. Fraud Education for Business Majors. Journal of the Academy of Business Education, 7(2).
- Durham, G., Hertzel, M., and Martin, S. (2005). The Market Impact of Trends & Sequences on Performance: New Evidence. Journal of Finance, 60(5), 2551-2569.
Edited on October 16, 2019