Warren Bailey

Education Background:Ph.D. in Finance, University of California, Los Angeles

Research Interests:International Finance, International Securities Markets, Investments, Financial Market History

Personal Website:https://economics.cornell.edu/warren-bailey

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Selected Publications

Warren Bailey, Special-Term Professor of Finance at Fanhai International School of Finance in Fudan University, Professor of Finance at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University.

Professor Bailey's interests include international finance, international securities markets, investments, and financial market history. He has a special interest in emerging capital markets, particularly in Asia and China in particular. He has been featured in the financial and mainstream press, including The New York Times, The Economist, and The Far Eastern Economic Review, and television interviews on CNN-FN and CNBC. He is a co-editor of The Journal of Financial Services Research and an associate editor of The Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis and The Pacific Basin Finance Journal. He received the Class of 1992 Award for Teaching Excellence and the Stephen Russell Distinguished Teaching Award in 1999.

Professor Bailey earned his doctor degree from the University of California, Los Angeles in 1986.


(Updated by July 2021)


  • Kee-Hong Bae, Warren B. Bailey, and Jisok Kang, Why is Stock Market Concentration Bad for the Economy?, Journal of Financial Economics, 2021, Volume 140, Issue 2, Pages 436-459..
  • Warren B. Bailey, and Huiwen Lai, On the Expected Earnings Hypothesis Explanation of the Aggregate Returns-Earnings Association Puzzle, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 2019, Volume 55, Issue 8, Pages 2732-2763.