David De Angelis

Assistant Professor of Finance

David De Angelis is an assistant professor of finance at the Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University. He did his doctoral studies at the Johnson School at Cornell University and is currently teaching the managerial economics course in the MBA Full Time program and in the MBA for Professionals program. His research interests are in corporate finance and corporate governance. He has examined issues related to the design of executive compensation contracts, firm’s internal capital allocation decisions, and corporate risk management.

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Research Interests: 

-Corporate finance
-Corporate governance

Intellectual Contributions

Journal Article

De Angelis, D., Grullon, G, & Michenaud, S. (2016). The Effects of Short-Selling Threats on Incentive Contracts: Evidence from an Experiment. Review of Financial Studies, 48. doi:10.1093/rfs/hhw105

Journal Article

De Angelis, D. & Gristein, Y. (2015). Performance Terms in CEO Compensation Contracts. Review of Finance, 19(2), 619-651. doi:10.1093/rof/rfu014

Journal Article

De Angelis, D. and Ravid, S. A. (2017), Input Hedging, Output Hedging, and Market Power. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 26,123‚Äď151. doi:10.1111/jems.12180