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Economics Business and Finance

Muris Hadzic

Muris Hadzic

Assistant Professor of Finance

Economics Business and Finance

Specialization

Investments, Valuation, Financial Markets, Quantitative Equity Investing, Algorithmic Trading, Money and Banking, Research Methods, Corporate Finance, Islamic Finance

Research Interests

Asset Pricing, Investments, Portfolio Theory, Behavioral Finance, Diffusion of Information in Financial Markets, Mass Media, Textual Analysis in Finance, Investor Attention, Data Science, Finance Analytics, Household Spending, Consumer Credit, Money and Banking, Islamic Finance, Asymmetric Causality, Entrepreneurship for Veterans and People with Disabilities

Education

PhD, Finance, Whitman School of Management, Syracuse University
MBA, Finance, Whitman School of Management, Syracuse University
BA, Business Administration, Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey

Courses Taught

FIN 210 Financial Management
FIN 310 Corporate Finance
FIN 330 Financial Modeling and Valuation
FIN 485 Quantitative Finance
ECON 130 Applie Statistics
ECON 313 Money and Banking

Peer-Reviewed Papers
  • Bahmani-Oskooe, M., Ghodsi, S. M., Hadzic, M. Forthcoming. Consumer Sentiment and House Prices: Asymmetric Evidence from State-Level Data in the United States. International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis. 
  • Bahmani-Oskooe, M., Ghodsi, S. M., Hadzic, M. Forthcoming. On the Link between House Prices and House Permits: Asymmetric Evidence from 51 States of the United States of America. International Real Estate Review. 
  • Bahmani-Oskooe, M., Ghodsi, S. M., Hadzic, M. Forthcoming. On the link between Policy Uncertainty and Housing Permits: Asymmetric Evidence from State-Level Data in the U.S. International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis. 
  • Bahmani-Oskooe, M., Ghodsi, S. M., Hadzic, M. 2020. Asymmetric causality between stock returns and usual hedges: An industry-level analysis. Journal of Economic Asymmetries, 21. 
  • Bahmani-Oskooe, M., Ghodsi, S. M., Hadzic, M. 2019. Asymmetric Causality Between Oil Price and Stock Returns. Economic Analysis and Policy, 63, 165-174. 
  • Tihic, M., Hadzic, M., and McKelvie, A. Forthcoming. Social Support and Its Effects on Self-efficacy among Entrepreneurs with Disabilities. Journal of Business Venturing Insights. 
  • Hadzic, M., Tihic M. 2019. Critical Theory: When Too Critical Becomes A Barrier For Aspiring Entrepreneurs with Disabilities. Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, 39, 313-318. 
Book Chapters
  • Hadzic, Muris. 2021. Cash Forecasting. In Baker, Kent, Thomas, Barkley, and Greg Filbeck (eds.) Working Capital Management: Concepts and Strategies, forthcoming. World Scientific Publishing. 
Working Papers
Awards
  • Hadzic, M., Tihic M. 2019. Critical Theory: When Too Critical Becomes A Barrier For Aspiring Entrepreneurs with Disabilities. Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, 39, 313-318. 
    • G. Dale Meyer Best Paper Award (BCERC 2019) 
Academic Experience

Syracuse University, 2013-2015. Courses taught included MAS 261 Introduction to Statistics for Managerial Decision Making and MAS 362 Decision Tools for Management.

Presentations
  • June 2021 — “The network structure of veteran entrepreneurs: Different not difficult” with Mirza Tihic, Alexander McKelvie, and Randy Blass – presented at Transitional Entrepreneurship Colloquium at Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA. 
  • June 2021 — “Dealing with stress during the Covid-19 pandemic: Are military veteran entrepreneurs better equipped to cope?” with Mirza Tihic, Samantha Paustian-Underdahl, Alexander McKelvie, and Randy Blass Maury – presented at Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference 2021 (BCERC).  
  • June 2021 — “The antecedents of military experience on entrepreneurial outcomes of veterans”, with Mirza Tihic and Rosalinda Maury – presented at Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference 2021 (BCERC). 
  • June 2021 — “Toward the development of a measurement instrument for attitudes towards entrepreneurship.” with Mirza Tihic – presented at Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference 2021 (BCERC). 
  • Aug 2020 — Midwest Financial Association Annual Meeting, Chicago  
  • Discussed: Macchieavelli M. (2019). Access to Safe Assets and Financial Stability. Working Paper. 
  • June 2020 — Tihic, M. & Hadzic, M. (2020). Inclusive entrepreneurship: Self-efficacy and motivations of entrepreneurial pursuit. Accepted for presentation at 2020 Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Knoxville, TN.  Conference canceled due to Coronavirus. 
  • Jan 2020 — “Liquidity Constraints and Consumption: Evidence from Macro-Prudential Policy in Turkey” with Sumit Agarwal, Changeng Song, and Yildiray Yildirim – presented at American Economic Association 2020 meetings in San Diego, CA. 
  • Jan 2020 — “Inclusive Entrepreneurship Education: Motivations of Entrepreneurial Pursuits” with Tihic M. – presented at USASBE, New Orleans, LA 
  • June 2019 — “Critical Theory: When Too Critical Becomes a Barrier for Aspiring Entrepreneurs with Disabilities “ with Mirza Tihic –presented at Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference (BCERC). 
  • May 2019 — Global Conference in Latin America in Bogota, Colombia  
    Presented: “News Content, Category Learning, and Stock Return Predictability” 
    Discussed: Hasan I., Marra M., Wu E., & Zhang G. (2019). Creditor Control Rights and the Information Content of Global CDS Markets. Working Paper.  
  • 2018 — The Second Conference on CSR, the Economy, and Financial Markets at DePaul University.  
    Discussed: for “Shareholder Engagement on Environmental, Social, and Governance Performance”, Barko, Cremers, and Renneboog, 2018 
  • 2018 — Faculty Luncheon Discussion - “Liquidity Constraints and Consumption: Evidence from Macro-Prudential Policy in Turkey” with Sumit Agarwal, Changeng Song, and Yildiray Yildirim. 
  • 2017 — “Liquidity Constraints and Consumption: Evidence from Macro-Prudential Policy in Turkey” with Sumit Agarwal, Changeng Song, and Yildiray Yildirim – presented at European Central Bank Fifth Conference on Household Finance and Consumption (December 2017, Paris, France). 
  • 2017 — EBF Department Research Seminar - “Liquidity Constraints and Consumption: Evidence from Macro-Prudential Policy in Turkey”