Rady School of Management
Empirical asset pricing
Industry AreasFinancial markets
Assistant Professor of Finance
Engelberg's research focuses on the way information is disseminated among market participants, especially by financial media and social networks. Prior to coming to the Rady School, Engelberg was an Assistant Professor of Finance at the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Engelberg earned his Ph.D. in Finance from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and earned his B.A. in Mathematics and B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Southern California.
Engelberg, Joseph, Adam Reed and Matthew Ringgenberg. “How are Shorts Informed? Short Sellers, News and Information Processing” Journal of Financial Economics (forthcoming)
Engelberg, Joseph, Pengjie Gao and Christopher Parsons. “The Price of a CEO's Rolodex” Review of Financial Studies (conditionally accepted)
Dougal, Casey, Joseph Engelberg, Diego Garcia and Christopher Parsons. “Journalists and the Stock Market” Review of Financial Studies (forthcoming)
Da, Zhi, Engelberg, Joseph and Pengjie Gao. “In Search of Attention” Journal of Finance (2011)
Engelberg, Joseph, Pengjie Gao and Christopher Parsons. “Friends with Money” Journal of Financial Economics (forthcoming)
Engelberg, Joseph and Christopher Parsons. “The Causal Impact of Media in Financial Markets” Journal of Finance (2011)
Engelberg, Joseph, Caroline Sasseville and Jared Williams. “Market Madness: The Case of Mad Money” Management Science (forthcoming) Engelberg, Joseph, Charles Manski and Jared Williams. “Assessing the Temporal Variation of Macroeconomic Forecasts by a Panel of Changing Composition” Journal of Applied Econometrics (forthcoming)
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)
Brogaard, Jonathan, Joseph Engelberg and Christopher Parsons. “Networks and Productivity: Evidence from Journal Editor Rotations"
Dougal, Casey, Joseph Engelberg, Christopher Parsons and Edward Van Wesep. “Anchoring and the Cost of Capital”
Da, Zhi, Engelberg, Joseph and Penjie Gao. “The Sum of All FEARS: Investor Sentiment and Asset Price”
Engelberg, Joseph, Arzu Ozogiz and Sean Wang. “Know thy Neighbor: Industry Clusters, Information Spillovers and Market Efficiency”
Blocher, Jesse, Engelberg, Joseph, Adam Reed and Matthew Riggenberg. “The Long-Short Wars: Evidence of End-of-Year Price Manipulation by Short Sellers”
Engelberg, Joseph. “Costly Information Processing: Evidence from Earnings Announcements”