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  • Seth J. Kopchak

    Assistant Professor of Finance
    Office: HAR132


    Ph.D., West Virginia University; M.A., West Virginia University; and B.S., Carnegie Mellon University

    Research Interests

    Empirical finance and time-series methods.  Banking, monetary policy, and
    financial markets.


    Kopchak, Seth J. (2011), "The liquidity effect for open market operations," Journal of Banking and Finance, (35) 12 pg. 3292--3299.

    Kopchak, Seth J. (2013), "The realized forward term premium in the repo market," Journal of Financial Markets, (16) 2 pg. 253-278.

    Kopchak, Seth J. , "The absorption effect of US Treasury auctions," Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, (forthcoming).

    Course Information

    BOS 360: Finance 

    BOS 361: Securities Analysis 

    BOS 480: Issues Facing Organizations in the 21st Century 

    BOS 480: Financial Innovation