Faculty Profile

Stefano Mazzotta

Stefano Mazzotta Ph.D.

Professor
Economics, Finance & Quantitative Analysis
  • PhD in Finance - McGill University
  • MBA in Finance - McGill University
  • Faculty of Economics and Commerce - Laurea - Summa cum laude - Universita' di Bologna
  • Other - Conservatory of Music - Bologna State Conservatory G.B. Martini, Classical Guitar
smazzott@kennesaw.edu
470-578-6341
Burruss Building 350

Certifications
  • On Line teaching and On line Course reviewer
  • Quality Matters Certification - On line Course Reviewer
  • Certification IRB certification
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Research Interest
  • International Finance
  • Empirical asset pricing
  • Volatility
  • Credit Constrained Lending
Teaching Areas
  • Derivatives
  • Fixed Income
  • Investment
Publications
  • Leverage and Asymmetric Volatility: The Firm Level Evidence, (2016), with Jan Ericsson and Xiao Huang. Journal of Empirical Finance
  • The Bubble Economy and the Lost Decade: Learning from the Japanese Economic Experience, (2015) with William Tsutsui, Journal of Global Initiatives: Policy, Pedagogy, Perspective: Vol. 9: No. 1, Article 6.
  • Unconditional and conditional exchange rate exposure. (2012) with Ines Chaieb (previously circulated as "Foreign exchange exposure of U.S. firms and macroeconomic conditions: Is there a link?"), Journal of International Money and Finance.
  • Asset pricing in segmented markets. Evidence from lab experiments, (2011) With Lucy Ackert, and Qi Li. Southern Economic Journal , 77(3), 585–598
  • Performance, Bias, and Efficiency of Foreign Exchange Correlation Forecasts, (2008), Review of Futures Markets. Volume 17, Number 2 issue (Fall)
Presentations
  • Coles Seminar Series - Multi-horizon International Intertemporal Investments
  • Mathematics Fundations for International Students of Economics and Finance
  • Subprime credit card default patterns
  • Invited Vising Professor Lecture - Foreign exchange exposure
  • Invited Vising Professor Lecture - Default of credit constrained borrowers
Awards and Honors
  • Nominee for the KSU Foundation Distinguished University-Wide - January
  • Nominee for the KSU Foundation Distinguished University-Wide Research & Creative Activity award - January
  • 2011 Coles College of Business Distinguished Research & Creative Activity Award
  • Nomination to the 2011 KSU Foundation Distinguished Research & Creative Activity Award
  • Outstanding Student Advisor Award