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Mark Klock

Mark Klock

Title: Professor of Finance
Department: Finance
Address: Funger Hall, Suite 501
Phone: (202) 994-8342

J.D., University of Maryland, 1988
Ph.D., Boston College, 1983
B.A., Pennsylvania State University, 1978

Area of Expertise: Econometrics, Financial Management, Investments, Securities Regulation Law

“What Will It Take to Label Participation in a Deceptive Scheme to Defraud Buyers of Securities a Violation of Section 10(b)? The Disastrous Result and Reasoning of Stoneridge,” Kansas Law Review, Vol. 58 (January 2010), forthcoming

“Contrasting the Art of Economic Science with Pseudo-Economic Nonsense: The Distinction between Reasonable Assumptions and Ridiculous Assumptions,” Pepperdine Law Review, Vol. 37, forthcoming

“Is There Power Behind the Dead Hand? An Empirical Investigation of Dead Hand Poison Pills,” with Katherine Gleason, Corporate Ownership and Control, Vol. 7 (Fall 2009)

Professional Activities: Member Board of Arbitrators, National Association of Securities Dealers

Current Research: Economic Analysis of Law Applied to Financial Markets

Working Papers: “Are Equity Carve-Outs Temporary Arrangements for their Parent Firms?,” with Chintal Desai and Sattar Mansi