Professor Jimmy Lockwood joined the Department of Finance & Real Estate at Colorado State University as an Assistant Professor, in the Fall of 2015. Before moving to Fort Collins, Dr. Lockwood earned his Ph.D. in Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance & minor in Statistics from the University of South Carolina. His research interest is in the general area of investments, with particular interests in the institutional procedures of trading and market microstructure that includes the timing and processing of information and its impact on security prices. Dr. Lockwood has publications in journals including the Journal of Corporate Finance (2017), Journal of Financial Research (2016) and the Global Finance Journal (2016). His research was selected as one of three 2016 Outstanding Articles in the Journal of Financial Research.
Dr. Lockwood has been invited to present his research at the University of Memphis, Texas Christian University, the University of Texas - Arlington, the annual Financial Management Association (FMA) meetings, the annual Southern Finance Association (SFA) meetings, and the annual Academy of Financial Services (AFS) meetings. He is also serving on the committee for the upcoming (2017) SFA meetings. In the past, he has served as a discussant at many conferences, and an ad hoc referee for the Journal of Corporate Finance, the Journal of Financial Research, and the Journal of Business Finance and Accounting.
Since moving to Fort Collins, Dr. Lockwood has taught Corporate Finance, Fundamentals of Finance, and Investments in the undergraduate program. He has also taught Debt Securities Analysis at both the graduate and undergraduate level. Jimmy is currently teaching Investments (FIN355) in the spring 2017 semester.
Lost in Translation: Which Stock Prices Bear the Burden to Adjust to Exchange Rates? (with Larry Lockwood and Sie Ting Lau), Journal of Financial Research 39.3 (2016)