PhD, University of Rochester
MS, University of Illinois
MBA, University of Illinois
MAT, Harvard Graduate School of Education
BA, Harvard College
Dr. Rozeff has published articles on stock market pricing, earnings forecasting, corporate dividend policy, corporate divestiture, insider trading, and the Asian stock markets. He has been associate editor of several finance journals. Dr. Rozeff's recent articles on economics and politics are archived at LewRockwell.com.
Rozeff, Michael S., 1998, "Stock Splits: Evidence from Mutual Funds," Journal of Finance 53, February, 335b_349.
Rozeff, Michael S., and Mir A. Zaman, 1998, "Overreaction and Insider Trading: Evidence from Growth and Value Portfolios," Journal of Finance, 53, April, 701b_716.
O'Connor, Philip, and Michael S. Rozeff, 2002, "Gain, Loss, and Twob_State Modeling," Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 18, January, 39b_58.
O'Connor, Philip, and Michael S. Rozeff, 2002, "Are Gain and Loss Respectable?" Journal of Portfolio Management, Summer, 61b_69.
Byun, Jinho, and Michael S. Rozeff, 2002, "Long-run Performance After Stock Splits: 1927-1996," Journal of Finance.
Michael S. Rozeff, 2005, How the Power to Tax Destroys
Michael S. Rozeff, 2005, The Economics of Self-Ownership
Michael S. Rozeff, 2006, The State as an Organization, in three parts
Michael S. Rozeff, 2005, Diversification and Freedom
Michael S. Rozeff, 2006, Who Captures Whom? The Case of Regulation
Michael S. Rozeff, 2006, Stiglitz is Wrong on Government
Michael S. Rozeff, 2005, An Economic Analysis of Power
Dr. Rozeff has made more than 50 presentations at universities and conferences, most recently at the Universities of Vermont, Rochester, and Waterloo (Canada). He recently has published over 200 articles on politics, economics and finance at LewRockwell.com.
Dr. Rozeff was a licensed stockbroker for the former New York Stock Exchange firm of Hayden-Stone, Inc., and served a brief stint on the planning board of Wells, Maine.
Michael S. Rozeff
Finance and Managerial Economics
School of Management
University at Buffalo
347 Jacobs Management Center
Buffalo, NY 14260-4000