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EMPLOYMENT:
 
                       UCSD – Rady School of Management 
San Diego, CA
                        Associate Professor of Finance
                        July 2013 – Present

                       UCSD – Rady School of Management 
San Diego, CA
                        Assistant Professor of Finance
                        July 2011 – June 2013

                       UNC – Kenan-Flagler Business School  Chapel Hill, NC
                        Assistant Professor of Finance
                        July 2008 – June 2011

                        Securities and Exchange Commission  Washington D.C.
                        Research Specialist
                        January 2003 – May 2003


EDUCATION:    
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                        Northwestern University  Evanston, IL
                        Ph.D. in Finance, 2009
                      
                                   
                        University of Southern California  Los Angeles, CA
                        B.A. in Mathematics and B.S. in Business Administration
                        Summa Cum Laude, June 2003

RESEARCH INTERESTS:     
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Information processing and expectation formation, Financial media, Networks, Health economics


PUBLISHED PAPERS: 
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Da, Zhi, Joseph Engelberg, and Penjie Gao, The Sum of All FEARS: Investor Sentiment and Asset Prices, Review of Financial Studies (forthcoming)

Dougal, Casey, Joseph Engelberg, Christopher Parsons and Edward Van Wesep, Anchoring on Credit Spreads, Journal of Finance (forthcoming)

Brogaard, Jonathan, Joseph Engelberg and Christopher Parsons, Network Position and Productivity: Causal Evidence from Editor Rotations, Journal of Financial Economics (2014)

Engelberg, Joseph, Penjie Gao and Christopher Parsons, The Price of a CEO’s Rolodex, Review of Financial Studies (2013)

Dougal, Casey, Joseph Engelberg, Diego Garcia and Christopher Parsons, Journalists and the Stock Market, Review of Financial Studies (2012), RFS Michael Brennan Best Paper Award, 1st place

Engelberg, Joseph, Adam Reed and Matthew Riggenberg, How are Shorts Informed? Short-Selling, News and Information Processing, Journal of Financial Economics (2012)

Engelberg, Joseph, Penjie Gao and Christopher Parsons, Friends with Money, Journal of Financial Economics (2012), JFE Fama-DFA Best Paper Award, 2nd Place

Engelberg, Joseph, Caroline Sasseville, and Jared Williams, Market Madness: The Case of Mad Money, Management Science (2012)

Da, Zhi, Joseph Engelberg, and Penjie Gao, In Search of Attention, Journal of Finance (2011)

Engelberg, Joseph, and Chris Parsons, The Causal Impact of Media in Financial Markets, Journal of Finance (2011)

Engelberg, Joseph, Charles Manski, and Jared Williams, Assessing the Temporal Variation of Macroeconomic Forecasts by a Panel of Changing Composition, Journal of Applied Econometrics (2010)

Engelberg, Joseph, Charles Manski, and Jared Williams, Comparing the Point Predictions and Subjective Probability Distributions of Professional Forecasters,  Journal of Business and Economic Statistics (2009)

Engelberg, Joseph, and Jared Williams, EBay's Proxy System: A License to Shill, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization (2009)

 

WORKING PAPERS:   
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Engelberg, Joseph, Christopher Parsons and Nathan Tefft, First, Do No Harm:
Financial Conflicts in Medicine

Engelberg, Joseph, Adam Reed and Matthew Riggenberg, Short Selling Risk

Engelberg, Joseph and Christopher Parsons, Worrying about the Stock Market: Evidence from Hospital Admissions (revise and resubmit, Journal of Finance)

Engelberg,  Joseph, Ray Fisman, Jay Hartzell and Christopher Parsons, Human Capital and the Supply of Religion (revise and resubmit, Review of Economics and Statistics)

Engelberg,  Joseph, Arzu Ozogiz and Sean Wang, Know thy Neighbor: Industry Clusters, Information Spillovers and Market Efficiency (revise and resubmit, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis)

Blocher, Jesse, Joseph Engelberg and Adam Reed, The Long-Short Wars: Evidence of End-of-Year Price Manipulation by Short Sellers

Engelberg, Joseph, Costly Information Processing: Evidence from Earnings Announcements.

                                              

INVITED PRESENTATIONS:       
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2014:    UC Berkeley (Economics); NBER Behavioral Economics Meeting (Chicago);
Oxford University (Nomura-OMI); UC Irvine (Merage); University of Miami (Coral Gables); UC Berkeley (Haas)*;  Northwestern University (Kellogg)*; AFA Meeting (Philadelphia); Michigan State University (Broad); Financial Risks International Forum (Paris); FSU Suntrust Beach Conference (Destin)*;   University of Illinois Chicago (Business School); FIRS Conference (Quebec City)*;  Western Finance Association (Monterey); Southern California Finance Conference (Claremont McKenna); Red Rock Finance Conference (Zion National Park)*; Frontiers of Systemic Risk Modelling and Forecasting (Cambridge/LSE)*; Frontiers in Finance Conference (Banff)

2013:   University of Southern California (Marshall), Arizona State University (Carey), UC
Irvine (Merage), University of Washington (Foster)*, Indiana University (Kelley),              Brigham Young University (Marriott), UCSD Spring School (Rady); Tulane University (Freeman); Thaler Fuller Asset Management (San Mateo); University of Alabama (Culverhouse); Washington State University (Pullman) UC San Diego (Economics), Drexel University (Lebow);  Southern California Finance Conference (Claremont McKenna);  Harvard University (HBS)*; University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)*; Georgia State University (Robinson); NBER Market Microstructure Meeting (Cambridge);  Sustainability & Finance Symposium (UC Davis)

2012:  NBER Labor Studies Summer Meeting (Boston)*, University of Oklahoma (Price); AFA Meeting (Chicago)*; University of Washington (Foster); Penn State (Smeal); HKUST (Hong Kong); University of Oregon (Lundquist); University of Manheim (Frankfurt); Emory University (Goizueta); Singapore Management University; National University of Singapore; Nanyang Technological University; UC Riverside;  DePaul University (Chicago); University of Hawaii (Shidler); European Finance Association (Copenhagen)*; University of Arizona (Eller); Yale University (New Haven)*; Tilburg University; Erasmus University (Rotterdam); UC Irvine (Merage)

2011: 
AFA Meeting (Denver); NBER Corporate Finance Meeting (Chicago)*; University of
Pennsylvania (Wharton); Harvard University (HBS)*; FMA/UC-Davis Napa Valley Conference (Rutherford, CA); SFS Cavalcade (Ann Arbor)*; UCSD (Rady); University of Michigan (Ross); New York University (Stern); McGill University (Desautels); University of Southern California (Marshall); Florida State University (Tallahassee); Federal Reserve Bank (Chicago); University of Alberta (Edmonton); UC Santa Cruz (Economics); Annual Behavioral Finance Symposium (Depaul)*; University of Washington (Foster); UC Irvine (Merage); UCSD (Economics)

2010:  Utah Winter Finance Conference (Salt Lake City); NBER Behavioral Economics   
Meeting (Chicago); Western Finance Association (Victoria); Texas Finance Festival (Austin)*; University of Washington (Foster)*; UC Irvine (Merage); Michigan State University (Broad)*; Boston College (Carroll); University of Rochester (Simon)*; University of Arizona (Eller);  INSEAD;  University of Toronto (Economics); NC State (Jenkins); Duke University (Economics)

2009:  FRA Meeting (Las Vegas); NBER Behavioral Economics Meeting (Cambridge); AFA Meeting (San Francisco, CA); MFA Meeting (Chicago, IL), Fifth Annual Behavioral Science Conference (Yale); NBER Market Microstructure Meeting (Cambridge); UC Irvine (Merage); Chicago Quantitative Alliance* (Academic Competition); Third Singapore International Conference on Finance* (Singapore)

2008:  Goldman Sachs Asset Management; University of Chicago (GSB); University of North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler); Yale (SOM); Columbia University (GSB); University of Illinois                       (COB); Georgetown University (McDonough); University of Southern California (Marshall);            UC Irvine (Merage); Notre Dame (Mendoza); DePaul University (Kellstadt); Indiana                       University (Kelley);  University of Iowa (Tippie); Dartmouth College (Tuck)

2007: AEA Meeting (Chicago, IL); Subjective Probabilities Conference* (Jackson Hole,  WY); Whitebox Conference (Yale)

2006: Conference on Economic Expectations* (Madrid, Spain)

* indicates presentation by co-author.

MEDIA COVERAGE:  
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Don’t Shortchange Short Sellers, Bloomberg (June 24, 2014)

Let Go of the Money Worries,
New York Times (June 9, 2014)

Is Too Much Financial News Affecting Your Health? ,
NPR Marketplace (January 16, 2014)

When Stocks Drop, Heart Attacks Rise, ABC News (January 7, 2014)

Offbeat Dispatches From Economic Summit, Wall Street Journal (January 5, 2014)

Stocks Worry Investors Sick as Losses Spur More Hospital Visits, Bloomberg (January 5, 2014)

Drug company contributions can ‘influence’ medical decisions, Financial Times (August 18, 2013)

Data Dive Finds Doctors For Rent,
NPR (August 5, 2013)

Which Stocks Will Rise? Ask Google,
Wall Street Journal (February 18, 2011)

The Wisdom of the Short-Sellers
, New York Times (March 28, 2010)

Economics: That’s Life , Washington Times (January, 18, 2007)

Moving the markets: They couldn't be more different, but Jim Cramer and the late Louis Rukeyser share one thing,, Chicago Sun Times (June, 4, 2006)

Cramer Investment Advice Warrants Caution, Associated Press (May, 30, 2006)

Cramer: Stock Tips for Suckers?, LA Times (March, 22, 2006)

'Mad Money' stock picks show success often fleeting, San Diego Union Tribune (March, 22, 2006)



SERVICE:  
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Referee for:  
American Economic Review, Journal of Political Economy, Science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, Review of Financial Studies, Review of Accounting Studies, Journal of Monetary Economics, Management Science, Journal of Applied Econometrics, Review of Asset Pricing Studies, Journal of Business and Economic Statistics and Annals of Applied Statistics

Consultant for:  
Morgan Stanley - 2005
Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) – 2006
GSG Capital Advisors – 2011 – 2013
Fuller Thaler Asset Management 2014 - present