Oneil Harris is a professor of finance who teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in corporate finance, financial markets, and financial risk management. Dr. Harris emphasizes critical thinking, and makes much effort to communicate the real world applications of what he teaches to students. He received his Ph.D. from Florida Atlantic University, under the tutelage of Dr. Jeff Madura. Much of his research focuses on corporate governance and corporate restructuring. However, Dr. Harris has worked on research projects in many fields of finance. His academic research has been published in a variety of journals including the Financial Review, Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money Journal of Multinational Financial Management, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, and other journals.
Selected Intellectual Contributions:
Harris, O., Huerta, D., & Ngo, T. (2013). The impact of TARP on bank efficiency. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, 24 (1), 85-104.
Glegg, C., Harris, O., Madura, J., & Ngo, T. (2012). The impact of mispricing and asymmetric information on the price discount of private placements of common stock. Financial Review, 47 (4), 665-696.
Harris, O. & Madura, J. (2011). Why are proposed spinoffs withdrawn? Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 51 (1), 69-81.
Harris, O. & Madura, J. (2010). Cause and effects of poison pill adoptions by spinoff units. Journal of Economics and Business, 62 (4), 307-330.
Harris, O., Madura, J., & Glegg, C. (2010). Do managers make takeover financing decisions that circumvent more effective outside blockholders? Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 50 (2), 180-190.
Harris, O. & Glegg, C. (2009). Governance quality and privately negotiated stock repurchases: Evidence of agency conflict. Journal of Banking and Finance, 33 (2), 317-325.
Harris, O. & Glegg, C. (2008). The wealth effects of cross-border spinoffs. Journal of Multinational Financial Management, 18 (5), 461-476.