Faculty & Staff Directory


  • Ph D, UNC-Chapel Hill (Finance) - 1997
  • MBA, Boston College (Business Administration) - 1992
  • BA, Harvard University (Economics) - 1988

Research Interests

  • Mutual Funds
  • Market Volatility

Teaching Interests

  • Corporate Finance
  • Investments

  • Strickland, D., Marcum, B.,  Martin, D. (Forthcoming). Are US Firms Stockpiling Too Much Cash? The Journal of Corporate Accounting and Fiance.
  • Marcum, B., Martin, D.,  Strickland, D. (2015). Merger Waves and Corporate Inversions - Causes and Consequences. Journal of Corporate Accounting & Finance (July/August, 2015)
  • Strickland, D., Marcum, B.,  Martin, D. (2013). U.S. Firms: Still Holding Too Much Cash? Journal of Corporate Accounting & Finance,  23-31.
  • Strickland, D., Martin, D.,  Cotter, J. (2010). "Should Toeholds Be Part of Your Acquisition Strategy?". The Journal of Corporate Accounting & Finance (July/August, 2010),  57-61.
  • Strickland, D. (2005). Do non-U.S. firms issue stock on U.S. equity markets to relax capital constraints? Journal of Finance and Quantitative Analysis , 40 (1),  22.
  • Strickland, D. (2003). Shareholder heterogeneity: Evidence from Corporate Earnings Announcements. Journal of Finance, 58 (1),  29.
  • Strickland, D. (2003). The effect of stock splits on shareholder ownership composition and liquidity. Journal of Financial Research, 26 (1),  15.
  • Strickland, D. (2002). Who Blinks in Volatile Markets, Individuals or Institutions?. Journal of Finance, 57 (5),  27.
  • Strickland, D. (1996). A requiem for the USA: Is small shareholder monitoring effective? Journal of Financial Economics , 40 (3),  19.

  • 2003 - Finalist Smith-Breeden Prize