Professor James Dow’s main research interests are the effect of limited arbitrage capital on stock price dynamics, financial fire sales, and bubbles. He has also worked on executive compensation and the role of financial markets on corporate resource allocation decisions. He has served as Editor of the Review of Economic Studies.
He held positions at the University of Pennsylvania and the European University Institute in Florence.
Professor Dow has published in the Journal of Political Economy, The Review of Economic Studies, Econometrica, The Journal of Finance, and The Review of Financial Studies.
His consulting experience has included advice on valuation, the cost of capital, and corporate governance, and expert testimony.