Nicholas Hirschey

Assistant Professor of Finance

PhD (Texas)

Dr Nicholas Hirschey’s research interests include asset pricing, microstructure and international finance. He is currently studying the effect of high-frequency traders on liquidity and factors affecting the importance of financial news in international markets.

He is an Assistant Professor of Finance at London Business School, where he teaches the Investments module in the Masters in Finance Programme and the Corporate Finance module in the Dubai Executive MBA programme.

Dr Hirschey holds a PhD in Finance from the University of Texas and a BA in Economics and Mathematics from Grinnell College, Iowa.

Research Awards

  • SAC Capital PhD Candidate Award for Outstanding Research, 2012.

  • University of Texas at Austin University Continuing Fellowship, 2008-2009.

  • Departmental Fellowships over other years.

  • Grinnell CollegeTrustees Honor Scholar, 2001-2005.

  • Institutional trading
  • Investments and international finance


Do high-frequency traders anticipate buying and selling pressure?

Hirschey N H

Management Science 2020 Online first


How important is the financial media in global markets?

Griffin J M; Hirschey N H; Kelly P J

Review of Financial Studies 2011 Vol 24:12 p 3941-3992


Do High-Frequency Traders Anticipate Buying and Selling Pressure?

Hirschey N

Social Sciences Research Network

Teaching portfolio

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