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Biography / Academic Background
PhD Economics (University of Toronto); BA, MA Economics (Queen's)
Research Interests / Ongoing Projects
My general research interests are in financial economics, with a focus on market microstructure.
Recent projects focus on theoretical studies of financial market innovations, specifically maker-taker fees, dark trading, and high-frequency trading.
Currently, I study the impact of latency delays on equity markets.
Awards and Achievements
SSHRC Connection Grant (with Andriy Shkliko), Bank of Canada - WLU Market Structure Workshop
SSHRC Insight Development Grant,
"Financial Information Acquisition and Dissemination in a High Frequency World" ($53,242) NASDAQ OMX & CQA EFA Doctoral Tutorial Best Paper Prizes, 2015:
“Should Dark Pools Improve Upon Visible Quotes? The Impact of Trade-at Rules.” Young Economist,
4th Nobel Laureates Meeting at Lindau, 2011. Courses Taught
BU393 - Financial Management II - Fall 2015-2017
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