John R. Nofsinger

Professor of Finance
Accounting and Finance
Professor John R. Nofsinger
John teaches finance courses and has developed courses for classroom delivery, online, and remote locations. He has also authored/co-authored ten finance trade-, text-, and scholarly books that have been translated into eight languages. His book, The Psychology of Investing, is popular with investment advisors. He is also a prolific scholar, having published nearly 50 articles in prestigious scholarly and practitioner journals. John loves road cycling and will have to learn how to go off-road.

Journal Articles

Hongyan Fang, John Nofsinger, Zhihui Song, and Yuyue Wang. Trade Restrictions and Firm Dividends: The Share Lockup Expiration Experience in China Journal of Banking and Finance (2017)
Fuxiu Jiang, Kenneth Kim, John Nofsinger, and B. Zhu. An Agency Pecking Order for Shareholder Structure Journal of Corporate Finance (2017)
Raymond Cox, Ajit Dayanandan, Han Donker, and John Nofsinger. The Bad, the Boom and the Bust: Profit Warnings over the Business Cycle Journal of Economics and Business (2017)
Fuxiu Jiang, Kenneth Kim, John Nofsinger, and Bing Zhu. Product Market Competition and Corporate Investment: Evidence from China Journal of Corporate Finance (2015)
Kenneth Kim, John Nofsinger, and Zhenzhen Sun. Stock Return Predictability in the Post-2008 Era Journal of Investment Consulting (2015)
Hongyan Fang, John Nofsinger, and Juan Quan. The Effect of Employee Stock Option Plans on Operating Performance in Chinese Firms Journal of Banking and Finance (2015)
John Nofsinger and Abhishek Varma. Socially Responsible Funds and Market Crisis Journal of Banking & Finance (2014)
John Nofsinger and Blerina Reca. Business policies and new firm birth rates internationally Accounting and Finance Research (2014)
Tim Eaton, John Nofsinger, and Varma Abhishek. Institutional Investor Ownership and Corporate Pension Transparency Financial Management (2014)
John Nofsinger and Abhisheck Varma. Pound wise and penny foolish? OTC stock investor behavior Review of Behavioral Finance (2014)
R Jared DeLisle, JD Morscheck, and John Nofsinger. Share Repurchases and Institutional Supply Journal of Corporate Finance (2014)
Heather Knewtson and John Nofsinger. Why are CFO insider trades more informative? Managerial Finance (2014)
Matthew Hood, John Nofsinger, and Abhishek Varma. Conservation, Discrimination, and Salvation: Investors’ Social Concerns in the Stock Market Journal of Financial Services Research (2014)
John Nofsinger and Abhishek Varma. Availability, recency, and sophistication in the repurchasing behavior of retail investors Journal of Banking & Finance (2013)
Matthew Hood, Akiko Kamesaka, John Nofsinger, and Teruyuki Tamura. Investor response to a natural disaster: Evidence from Japan’s 2011 earthquake Pacific-Basin Finance Journal (2013)
Beryl Chang, John Nofsinger, and Caroline Glackin. The Mortgage Foreclosure Rage: A Behavioral Perspective. Journal of Economics & Behavioral Studies (2012)
John Nofsinger. Household behavior and boom/bust cycles Journal of Financial Stability (2012)
John Nofsinger and Abhishek Varma. Individuals and their local utility stocks: preference for the familiar Financial Review (2012)
John Nofsinger and Weicheng Wang. Determinants of start-up firm external financing worldwide Journal of Banking & Finance (2011)
John Nofsinger and Abhishek Varma. Gender Differences in Time and Risk Preferences of Financial Planners Journal of Personal Finance (2009)
Matthew Hood, John Nofsinger, and Kenneth Small. Identifying the non-normality premium of an investment Managerial Finance (2009)
Hongyan Fang and John Nofsinger. Risk aversion, entrepreneurial risk, and portfolio selection The Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance (2009)
Kenneth Kim and John Nofsinger. Behavioral finance in Asia Pacific-Basin Finance Journal (2008)
Matthew Hood and John Nofsinger. Corporate PACs and the stock market: the case of the 2004 presidential election The Journal of Wealth Management (2008)
Tim Eaton and John Nofsinger. Funding levels and gender in public pension plans Public Budgeting & Finance (2008)
Tim Eaton, John Nofsinger, and Daniel Weaver. Disclosure and the cost of equity in international cross-listing Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting (2007)
Matthew Hood and John Nofsinger. Hedge funds in portfolios of risk-averse investors Journal of Economics and Finance (2007)
John Nofsinger and Abhishek Varma. How analytical is your financial advisor? Financial Services Review (2007)
Kenneth Kim, P Kitsabunnarat-Chatjuthamard, and John Nofsinger. Large shareholders, board independence, and minority shareholder rights: Evidence from Europe Journal of Corporate Finance (2007)
Kenneth Kim and John Nofsinger. The behavior of Japanese individual investors during bull and bear markets The Journal of Behavioral Finance (2007)
Gongmeng Chen, Kenneth Kim, John Nofsinger, and Oliver Rui. Trading performance, disposition effect, overconfidence, representativeness bias, and experience of emerging market investors Journal of Behavioral Decision Making (2007)
Kenneth Kim and John Nofsinger. Institutional Herding, Business Groups, and Economic Regimes: Evidence from Japan* The Journal of Business (2005)
John Nofsinger. Social mood and financial economics The Journal of Behavioral Finance (2005)
Jeffrey Bailey, John Nofsinger, and Michele O’Neill. 401 (K) Retirement Plan Contribution Decision Factors: The Role of Social Norms. Journal of Business & Management (2004)
Gong-Meng Chen, Kenneth Kim, John Nofsinger, and Oliver Rui. Behavior and performance of emerging market investors: Evidence from China unpublished Washington State University Working paper (January) (2004)
Kenneth Kim, Pattanaporn Kitsabunnarat, and John Nofsinger. Ownership and operating performance in an emerging market: evidence from Thai IPO firms Journal of Corporate Finance (2004)
Tim Eaton and John Nofsinger. The effect of financial constraints and political pressure on the management of public pension plans Journal of Accounting and Public Policy (2004)
Jeffrey Bailey, John Nofsinger, and Michele O’Neill. A review of major influences on employee retirement investment decisions Journal of Financial Services Research (2003)
Akiko Kamesaka, John Nofsinger, and Hidetaka Kawakita. Investment patterns and performance of investor groups in Japan Pacific-Basin Finance Journal (2003)
Akiko Kamesaka, John Nofsinger, and Hidetaka Kawakita. Investment patterns and performance of investor groups in Japan Pacific-Basin Finance Journal (2003)
John Nofsinger and Brian Prucyk. Option volume and volatility response to scheduled economic news releases Journal of Futures Markets (2003)
Kenneth Kim and John Nofsinger. The behavior and performance of individual investors in Japan Pacific Basin Finance Journal (2003)
H Baker, John Nofsinger, and Daniel Weaver. International cross-listing and visibility Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (2002)
H Baker and John Nofsinger. Psychological biases of investors Financial Services Review (2002)
Tim Eaton and John Nofsinger. An Examination of ERR and Asset Allocation in Public Pension Plans Financial Accountability & Management (2001)
John Nofsinger. The impact of public information on investors Journal of Banking & Finance (2001)
Tim Eaton and John Nofsinger. The new and relocating finance faculty market: factors affecting job selection Financial Practice and Education (2000)
John Nofsinger and Richard Sias. Herding and feedback trading by institutional and individual investors The Journal of Finance (1999)
John Nofsinger and Glenn Petry. Student study behavior and performance in principles of finance Journal of Financial Education (1999)
Kenneth Beller and John Nofsinger. On stock return seasonality and conditional heteroskedasticity Journal of Financial Research (1998)
John Nofsinger. Why targeted investing does not make sense! Financial Management (1998)
John Nofsinger. Barbarians at the Gate: A capstone corporate finance project Financial Practice and Education (1995)
M Marr, John Trimble, and John Nofsinger. Economically Targeted Investments Financial Analysts Journal (1994)
M Marr, John Trimble, and John Nofsinger. Blind-Side Finance: A Review of Financing the Future The Journal of Investing (1993)
M Marr, John Nofsinger, and John Trimble. Economically Targeted Investments: A New Threat to Private Pension Funds Journal of Applied Corporate Finance (1993)

Books

John Nofsinger. The Psychology of Investing 6e Routledge (2017)
Marcia Cornett, Troy Adair, and John Nofsinger. Finance: Applications & Theory McGraw-Hill Education (2017)
Marcia Cornett, Troy Adair, and John Nofsinger. M Finance 3e McGraw Hill Education (2015)
Marcia Cornett, Troy Adair, and John Nofsinger. Finance: Applications & Theory McGraw-Hill (2014)
John Nofsinger. The Psychology of Investing Pearson (2014)
Marcia Cornett, Troy Adair, Jr, and John Nofsinger. Comportamento Organizacional: Série A AMGH Editora (2013)
Marcia Cornett, Troy Adair, John Nofsinger, 徐岚, 麦勇, and 戚顺荣. 金融学应用与理论 清华大学出版社 (2013)
H Baker and John Nofsinger. Socially responsible finance and investing: financial institutions, corporations, investors, and activists John Wiley & Sons (2012)
H Baker and John Nofsinger. Behavioral finance: investors, corporations, and markets John Wiley & Sons (2010)
Marcia Cornett, Troy Adair, and John Nofsinger. Finance: applications & theory McGraw-Hill/Irwin (2009)
Mark Hirschey and John Nofsinger. Investments: analysis and behavior McGraw-Hill Irwin (2008)
John Nofsinger. A lógica do mercado: como lucrar com financas comportamentais Sao Paulo: Fundamento (2006)
Kenneth Kim and John Nofsinger. Japanese securities firms, business corporations and financial institutions Designing Financial Systems for East Asia and Japan (2004)
John Nofsinger and Kenneth Kim. Infectious greed: Restoring confidence in America’s companies FT Press (2003)
John Nofsinger. Investment Blunders:(Of the Rich and Famous) and What You Can Learn from Them FT Press (2002)
John Nofsinger. The psychology of investing Prentice Hall Upper Saddle River, NJ (2002)
John Nofsinger. Investment Madness: How Psychology Affects Your Investing–and what to Do about it Financial Times Prentice Hall (2001)

Awards

2015 Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence Emerald The award is given annually to the most outstanding articles in each of their journals. My paper won the award for best paper in the Review of Behavioral Finance.
2015 Best in Session Global Conference on Business and Finance voted by session participants
2015 Garth N. Jones Faculty Writing Award College of Business & Public Policy, UAA