Brendan Daley is an Associate Professor of Finance at the University of Colorado’s Leeds School of Business. His research interests are in economic theory, especially focusing on the role of information in markets. His current research program investigates the effect of information, such as from ratings or due diligence, on market prices, trade volume, and efficiency.
Modeling the role of information in markets and other strategic settings
FNCE 3030 - Investment and Portfolio Management
Develops modern portfolio theory and applies it to pricing both individual assets and portfolios of assets. Topics include Markowitz portfolio selection model, capital asset pricing model, arbitrage pricing theory, bonds, portfolio performance measurement, and issues of market efficiency. Formerly FNCE 4030.