Matthew Henriksson

University of Mississippi - School of Business Administration

Assistant Professor of Finance

PO Box 3986

Oxford, MS 38677

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

4

DOWNLOADS

1,145

SSRN CITATIONS

2

CROSSREF CITATIONS

3

Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

The Portfolio-Driven Disposition Effect

PBCSF-NIFR Research Paper
Number of pages: 66 Posted: 06 Mar 2018 Last Revised: 11 Oct 2021
Tsinghua University - PBC School of Finance, University of California, San Diego (UCSD) - Rady School of Management, University of Mississippi - School of Business Administration, University of Florida - Department of Finance, Insurance and Real Estate and University of South Florida
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Disposition Effect, Realization Utility

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The Partisanship of Financial Regulators

Number of pages: 44 Posted: 14 Nov 2019 Last Revised: 03 May 2021
Joseph Engelberg, Matthew Henriksson, Asaf Manela and Jared Williams
University of California, San Diego (UCSD) - Rady School of Management, University of Mississippi - School of Business Administration, Washington University in St. Louis - John M. Olin Business School and University of South Florida
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Partisanship, Financial Regulation, Textual Analysis

3.

Disastrous Selling Decisions: The Disposition Effect and Natural Disasters

Number of pages: 58 Posted: 22 Apr 2019 Last Revised: 11 Oct 2021
Matthew Henriksson
University of Mississippi - School of Business Administration
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The Disposition Effect, Investor Behavior, Natural Disasters, Realization Utility

4.

The social welfare of marketplace lending: Evidence from natural disasters

Number of pages: 43 Posted: 12 Oct 2021
Daniel Bradley, Matthew Henriksson and Sarath Valsalan
University of South Florida, University of Mississippi - School of Business Administration and University of Mississippi - School of Business Administration
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Marketplace lending, natural disasters, P2P lending, personal loans, financial technology