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Faculty and Staff Profile

Daniel Greene

Assistant Professor

Office: 324A Sirrine Hall
Phone: (864) 656-2409
Personal Website:

 Educational Background

Ph.D. Finance
Georgia State University 2014

B.B.A. Risk Management and Insurance
University of Georgia 2004

 Courses Taught

Financial Institutions and Markets

 Research Interests

Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance, Labor, Product Markets, Mergers and Acquisitions, Compensation

 Research Publications

"Do board gender quotas affect firm value? Evidence from California Senate Bill No. 826", with Kathy Kahle and Vince Intintoli, forthcoming in the Journal of Corporate Finance.

"Quantifying the Cache: The Premium for Solar Homes is Not Explained by Reduced Energy Costs", with Joseph Burgett, Proceedings of the Associated Schools of Construction Annual Proceedings, 2018, Minneapolis, MN.

"An Investigation of Pooled Purchasing as a Source of Value Creation in Diversifying Acquisitions", with Omesh Kini and Jaideep Shenoy, The Journal of Law and Economics, November 2017, Volume 60 (4), 597-636.

"Valuations in Corporate Takeovers and Financial Constraints on Private Targets", Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, August 2017, Volume 52 (4), 1343-1373.

"The Wealth of Private Firm Owners Following Reverse Mergers", Journal of Corporate Finance, April 2016, Volume 37, 56-75.

"The Costs and Benefits of Clawback Provisions in CEO Compensation", with Mark Chen and James Owers, Review of Corporate Finance Studies, March 2015, Volume 4 (1), 108-154.