Professor | Accounting & Finance | Montclair State University - Feliciano School of Business
Deniz Ozenbas is a Professor of Finance, teaching both undergraduate and graduate courses at all levels, including Options, Futures and Other Derivatives, Working Capital Management and Advanced Corporate Finance. Her research is mainly in the field of market microstructure, market efficiency and volatility, and she has served as a consultant to the financial services industry in the U.S. and abroad. Her work has been published extensively in professional and academic journals, including the Journal of Portfolio Management and Journal of Macroeconomics, and featured in the popular press (Security Industry News, CFA Digest).
She has received several awards for research and scholarship including a Nasdaq Research Fellowship (2002), the Oscar Lasdon Award for best dissertation in the area of Finance from Baruch College, City University of New York (2003) and the Award for Excellence/Outstanding Paper at the Global Conference on Business and Economics annual meeting (London 2003). In 2009, she was a Keynote Speaker at the Economics & International Business Research Conference and is currently (through 2011) a teaching fellow in Montclair State University’s Research Academy for University Learning.
Dr. Ozenbas holds a PhD and MPhil in Finance and an MBA from Baruch College, City University of New York, and a BA from Bogazici University, Turkey.
Areas of Expertise:
- Market Volatility
- Equity Markets
- Market Structure
- Trading Efficiency
- Risk Management
- Financial Derivatives
- Corporate Financial Management