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Jason T. Greene
Department of Finance
Robinson College of Business, 12th Floor
Georgia State University
35 Broad Street
Atlanta, GA 30303
- Greene, J. and C. Hodges, 2002. “The dilution impact of daily fund
flows on open-end mutual funds.”
Journal of Financial Economics
- Battalio, R. H., R. Jennings, J. Greene, and B. Hatch, 2002.
“Does the Limit Order Routing Decision Matter?”
Review of Financial
- Greene, J. and C. Hodges, 2000. “Market timing skill, expected
returns, and mutual fund performance.”
Advances in Investment Analysis
and Portfolio Management.
- Greene, J. and S. Smart, 1999. “Liquidity provision and noise
trading: Evidence from the ‘Investment Dartboard’ column,”
- Battalio, R. H., J. Greene, and R. Jennings, 1998. “Order flow,
trade quality, and liquidity costs: Merrill Lynch’s decision to cease
making markets on the regional exchanges,”
Journal of Financial
7, 338-358. Lead article.
- Battalio, R. H., J. Greene, and R. Jennings, 1997. “Do competing
specialists and preferencing dealers affect market quality? An empirical
Review of Financial Studies
- Greene, J. and S. Watts, 1996. “Price discovery on the NYSE and the
Nasdaq: The case of overnight and daytime news releases,”
25, no. 1, 19-42.
Research in Progress
- “Mutual Fund Distribution and Delegated Monitoring: An Examination
of No-Transaction-Fee Supermarkets” with C. Ciccotello and L. Walsh.
- “Daily fund flows and redemption fees,” with C. Hodges and D.
- “The impact of limit orders on trading costs on the NYSE.”
- “Tax overhang and the trading of short-term for long-term capital
gains in open-end mutual funds,” with G. Geisler and C. Hodges.