Shmuel Baruch is a Professor of Finance at the University of Utah. He has a master degree in mathematics from the Weizmann Institute of Science and a Ph.D. in Finance from Washington University in St. Louis. He taught finance at Columbia University, the London Business School, Princeton University, the Technion, and the University of Utah. His research focuses primarily on theoretical issues in the economics of trading (market microstructure).
FINAN 7970-002 Thesis Research-Ph D
FINAN 7970-005 Thesis Research-Ph D
Kerry Back, & SHMUEL BARUCH. (2010) Kyle Model in Encyclopedia of Quantitative Finance. (pp. 1005-1007). Wiley. Discipline based – refereed, Published, 04/2010.
Baruch, S., & G. Saar. (2009). Asset Returns and the Listing Choice of Firms. (pp. 2239-2274). Review of Financial Studies. Published, 2009.
Baruch, S., & K. Back. (2007). Working Orders in Limit-Order Markets and Floor Exchanges. Journal of Finance. Published, 2007.
Baruch, S., & A. Karolyi, and M. Lemmon. (2007). Multi-Market Trading and Liquidity: Theory and Evidence. Journal of Finance. Published, 2007.
Baruch, S.(2005). Who Benefits from an Open Limit-Order Book?. Journal of Business. Published, 2005.
Baruch, S., & K. Back. (2004). Information in Securities Markets: Kyle Meets Glosten and Milgrom. (pp. 433-465). Econometrica. Published, 2004.
Baruch, S.(2002). Insider Trading and Risk Aversion. (pp. 451-464). Journal of Financial Markets,. Published, 2002.
Baruch, S., & Y. Kannai. (2001). Inferior Goods, Giffen Goods, and Shochu. (pp. 9-17.). Economics Essays: A Festschrift for Werner Hildenbrand.. Published, 2001.
SHMUEL BARUCH (2015) Seminar (Amsterdam). Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 05/20/2015.
SHMUEL BARUCH (2015) Seminar at HEC Paris. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 05/13/2015