Tyler Brough

Associate Professor

Department(s):
  • Data Analytics and Information Systems
  • Master of Science in Financial Economics

Tyler Brough

Education

Ph.D., Finance, University of Arizona, 2010 Emphasis: Econometrics
MS, Finance, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, 2004
BS, Economics, Brigham Young University, 2000

Awards

Graduate Research Mentor of the Year - 2013
Undergraduate Research Mentor of the Year - 2012

Biography

Dr. Tyler J. Brough is an Associate Professor of Finance in the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University. Dr. Brough earned a PhD in Finance at the University of Arizona in 2010, an MS in Finance at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in 2004, and a BS in Economics at Brigham Young University in 2000. He teaches business statistics in the Huntsman Scholars Program to undergraduates, and Derivatives Markets, Computational Methods, and Financial Econometrics to graduate students in the MSFE and MDATA programs. His research interests are in empirical market microstructure, applied econometrics, and computational methods.

News Articles

My Favorite Professor: Tyler Brough (The Huntsman Post - Fall 2013)

Journal Articles

Academic Journal

  • Blau, B., Brough, T.J, Griffith, T., (2017). Bank Opacity and the Efficiency of Stock Prices. Journal of Banking and Finance, 76, 32-47.
  • Blau, B., Brough, T., (2015). Analyzing the Substitutability of Short Sales and Put-Call Ratios. Review of Derivatives Research, 18, 51-73.
  • Brough, T., (2014). An Examination of Short-Selling Activity Surrounding Auditor Changes. Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance
  • Blau, B., Brough, T.J, (2014). Short Sales and Options Listing Decisions. Financial Management, 43, 703-724.
  • Blau, B., Brough, T.J, Thomas, D.W, (2014). Economic Freedom and the Stability of Stock Prices: A Cross-Country Analysis. Journal of International Money and Finance, 41, 182-196.
  • Blau, B., Brough, T.J, Stephens, N., Smith, J.L, (2013). Short Sales and Auditor Dismissals. Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance, 28, 348-368.
  • Blau, B., Brough, T., Thomas, D., (2013). Corporate Lobbying, Political Connections, and the Bailout of Banks. Journal of Banking and Finance, 37:8, 3007–3017.
  • Blau, B., Alldredge, D.M, Brough, T.J, (2012). After Hours Short Selling. Journal of Economics and Business, 64, 439-451.
  • Blau, B., Brough, T.J, (2012). Concentrated Short-Selling Activity: Bear Raids or Contrarian Trading?. International Journal of Managerial Finance
  • Blau, B., Brough, T.J, (2012). Short Sales, Stealth Trading, and the Suspension of Price Tests. Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 52, 38-48.
  • Blau, B., Brough, T.J, (2011). Is the Trading of ETFs a Bearish Signal. Journal of Trading, 6, 32-40.

Books

    Book Chapters

      Technical Reports

      Other Reports

      An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

      Teaching

      FIN 5350 - Financial Modeling, Fall 2020
      FIN 6470 - Derivative Markets, Spring 2020
      FIN 5330 - Financial Econometrics, Spring 2020
      FIN 6420 - Solving Financial Problems, Spring 2020
      STAT 2300 - Business Statistics, Fall 2019
      FIN 5350 - Financial Modeling, Fall 2019
      FIN 6470 - Derivative Markets, Spring 2019
      STAT 5940 - Directed Reading and Conference, Spring 2019
      FIN 5330 - Financial Econometrics, Spring 2019
      STAT 2300 - Business Statistics, Fall 2018
      FIN 5350 - Financial Modeling, Fall 2018
      FIN 6320 - Computational Methods in Finance, Spring 2018
      FIN 6470 - Derivative Markets, Spring 2018
      ECN 4330 - Applied Econometrics, Fall 2017
      FIN 5350 - Financial Modeling, Fall 2017
      FIN 6320 - Computational Methods in Finance, Spring 2017
      FIN 3400 - Corporate Finance, Spring 2017
      FIN 6470 - Derivative Markets, Spring 2017
      HONR 4900 - Honors Thesis/Capstone, Spring 2017
      ECN 5330 - Applied Econometrics, Fall 2016
      FIN 5350 - Financial Modeling, Fall 2016
      FIN 6320 - Computational Methods in Finance, Spring 2016
      FIN 6470 - Derivative Markets, Spring 2016
      FIN 4480 - Derivatives Markets, Spring 2016
      FIN 3400 - Corporate Finance, Summer 2015
      FIN 6320 - Computational Methods in Finance, Spring 2015
      FIN 6470 - Derivative Markets, Spring 2015
      FIN 4480 - Derivatives Markets, Spring 2015
      FIN 3400 - Corporate Finance, Summer 2014
      FIN 6320 - Computational Methods in Finance, Spring 2014
      FIN 6470 - Derivative Markets, Spring 2014
      FIN 4480 - Derivatives Markets, Fall 2013
      FIN 3400 - Corporate Finance, Summer 2013
      FIN 6320 - Computational Methods in Finance, Spring 2013
      FIN 6470 - Derivative Markets, Spring 2013
      FIN 4480 - Derivatives Markets, Fall 2012
      FIN 3400 - Corporate Finance, Summer 2012
      FIN 6320 - Computational Methods in Finance, Spring 2012
      FIN 6470 - Derivative Markets, Spring 2012
      FIN 4480 - Portfolio Theory and Risk Management, Fall 2011
      FIN 3400 - CORPORATE FINANCE (QI), Summer 2011
      ECN 6330 - APPLIED ECONOMETRICS, Spring 2011
      ECN 7320 - ECONOMETRICS II, Spring 2011
      ECN 7310 - ECONOMETRICS I, Fall 2010
      FIN 4460 - INVESTMENTS, Fall 2010