Gayle L. DeLong
Associate Professor of Economics and Finance
BA American University Economics 1980 MA University of South Carolina International Business Studies 1984 PhD Stern School of Business, NYU Finance and International Business 1998
Areas of Expertise:
International Finance, Financial Institutions, Regulated Industries
Conflicts of interest in vaccine safety research. Accountability in Research, 19, 65-88.
Stockholder Gains from Focusing Versus Diversifying Bank Mergers. Journal of Financial Economics, 59, 221-252.
Learning by Observing: Information Spillovers in the Execution and Valuation of Commercial Bank M&As (with R. DeYoung). Journal of Finance, 62, 181-216.
A positive association found between autism prevalence and childhood vaccination uptake across the U.S. population. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part A/Taylor & Francis, 74(14), 903-916.
Exporting Financial Institutions Management via Foreign Direct Investment Mergers and Acquisitions (with A. Berger, C. Buch, and R. DeYoung). Journal of International Money and Finance, 23, 333-366.
Dissertation chair, Thomas Piskula, 2007-2011
Adviser to Honor's undergraduates, 2004-2010
Recruitment Committee member, 2003-2008
Executive Committee member, 2004-2007
Ad hoc reviewer for Financial Management, Journal of International Money and Finance, Journal of Financial Stability, Journals of International Business Studies and other journals.
Awards, Honors, etc.:
Baruch College Teaching Excellence Award, 2010.
Zicklin Fellow, Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, 2001.
Outstanding Teaching Award, New York University, 1997.
Doctoral Fellowships, New York University, 1992-94.