Office of Markets
- Ph.D. Finance, University of Tennessee, 2018
- MS Econometrics, University of Utah, 2011
- BS Financial Economics, Brigham Young University - Idaho, 2009
Fields of Interest
- Information and market efficiency
- Market microstructure
- Asset pricing
- Behavioral Finance
- Financial Economist
Division of Economic and Risk Analysis
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
- Intermountain Healthcare Inc.
- Dixon, P., & Kelley, E. K. (2021). Business Cycle Variation in Short Selling Strategies: Picking During Expansions and Timing During Recessions. Journal of Financial and Quantitaitve Analysis, forthcoming
- Dixon, P. N., Fox, C. A., & Kelley, E. K. (2021). To own or not to own: Stock loans around dividend payments. Journal of Financial Economics, 140(2), 539-559.
- Dixon, P. N. (2021). Why do short selling bans increase adverse selection and decrease price efficiency? Review of Asset Pricing Studies, 11(1), 122-168.
- Bae, Kyoung-hun and Peter Dixon, 2018, Do Investors Use Options and Futures to Trade on Different Types of Information? Evidence From an Aggregate Stock Index, Journal of Futures Markets 38(2): 175-198
- Bae, Kyoung-hun, Peter Dixon, and Eun-Jung Lee, 2020, Large Trade Anticipation.
- Dixon, Peter, Eric Kelley, and Jerry Martin, 2019, Fraud and the Business Cycle.
- Dixon, Peter, David Maslar, and Brian Roseman, 2021, Prospect theory preferences during good and bad times.
- Panelist 2021 FMA – Meme Stock Panel
- Panelist: 2021 University of Texas PhD Student Symposium, Microstructure session
- Panelist: 2020 University of Texas PhD Student Symposium, Microstructure session
- Why do short selling bans increase adverse selection and decrease price efficiency?, 2019 SEC Conference on Financial Market Regulation
- Why do short selling bans increase adverse selection and decrease price efficiency?, 2017 FMA Doctorial Consortium
- Large Trade Anticipation, 2016 FMA Annual Conference
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