Dr. Jorida Papakroni received her Ph.D. in Economics West Virginia University in August 2013. Her scholarship has concentrated in the areas of financial, international and monetary economics. Her current research focuses on the stock pricing implications of analyst earnings forecasts and stock recommendations.
Ph.D. Economics, West Virginia University (2013)
B.Sc. Business Administration with concentration in Finance, University of La Verne (2003)
Papakroni, J. (2017). “The Dispersion Anomaly and Analyst Recommendations”, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting. June 2017. doi:10.1007/s11156-017-0649-6
Papakroni, J. (2013). “The Impact of Loss Incidence on Analyst Forecast Dispersion: Uncertainty or Asymmetric Information”, Journal of Accounting and Finance, 13(5), 26-48.
BOS 250: Quantitative Methods
BOS 360: Finance
BOS 363: Portfolio Management
BOS 480: Behavioral Finance