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Roberto Gutierrez

Academic Director, Master of Science in Finance | Associate Professor of Finance

Affiliations: Finance, Cameron Center for Finance and Securities Analysis, Master of Science in Finance
Phone: 541-346-3254
Office: Lillis 387



Roberto Gutierrez is an associate professor in the Department of Finance at the Lundquist College of Business. His expertise includes asset pricing, return anomalies, and trading of institutional money managers. He has been published in journals including the Journal of Finance, Journal of Business, and Journal of Financial Markets.

Gutierrez received his PhD in finance from the University of North Carolina. He has also been on the faculty at Texas A&M University and the University of Queensland in Australia.

Degree History:
  • PhD, University of North Carolina, 1999
  • BS, Tulane University, 1992

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Areas of Expertise

  • Asset pricing
  • Return anomalies
  • Trading of institutional money managers

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Journal Articles:

Gutierrez, Roberto C., and Eric K. Kelley. "The Long-Lasting Momentum in Weekly Returns." Journal of Finance 63, no. 1: 415-447.

February 2008

Gutierrez, Roberto C., and Christo A. Prinsky. "Momentum, Reversal, and the Trading Behaviors of Institutions." Journal of Financial Markets 10, no. 1: 48-75.

February 2007

Cooper, Michael, Roberto C. Gutierrez, and Bill Marcum. "On the Predictability of Stock Returns in Real Time." Journal of Business 78, no. 2: 469-500.

March 2005

Cooper, Michael J., Roberto C. Gutierrez, and Allaudeen Hameed. "Market States and Momentum." Journal of Finance 59, no. 3: 1345-1365.

June 2004

In the News

When it comes to finance, the Lundquist College has much to quack about of late. Read some of its recent activities and achievements.

Doug Wilson and Steve McKeon were recently bestowed two of UO’s highest teaching awards.
University of Oregon Investment Group (UOIG) members gained an insider's perspective on what it's like to work and live in one of the world's top financial centers.

With a 48 percent return, the UO Investment Group led the pack in this year's D.A. Davidson & Company's Student Investment Program.

Student shareholders reported to the club's stakeholders--and celebrated another successful year--at their annual meeting this May.