Raymond P. H. (Pat) Fishe
The Patricia A. and George W. Wellde, Jr. Distinguished Chair in Finance
Professor of Finance
Profile
Awards
Excellence in Teaching Award, School of Business Administration, University of Miami
Presentations

Fishe P. Raymond, Archarya Viral, Lochstoer Lars, Ramadorai Tarum, , CFTC Academic Conference on Commodity Markets

Fishe P. Raymond, Bank Fees on Debit Cards, Television Interview, Richmond, VA

Fishe P. Raymond, Finance Inside and Outside the Classroom, Experience Richmond (10:45 a.m.), Richmond, VA

Fishe P. Raymond, Finance Inside and Outside the Classroom, Experience Richmond (11:40 a.m.), Richmond, VA

Fishe P. Raymond, Why Do Expiring Futures and Cash Prices Diverge in Grain Markets?, 2010 Annual Meeting, Asheville, NC

Fishe P. Raymond, Why Do Expiring Futures and Cash Prices Diverge in Grain Markets?, 2010 Annual Meetings, New York City

Fishe P. Raymond, Identifying Informed Traders in Futures Markets, NBER-NSF Time Series Conference, Duke University

Fishe P. Raymond, Salary Inversion in Business Schools, 5th International Conference, Orlando, FL

Fishe P. Raymond, Why Do Expiring Futures and Cash Prices Diverge in Grain Markets?, Invited Seminar, Clemson, SC

Fishe P. Raymond, Trader Strategies and Trader Types: Do They Match in Futures Markets?, Invited Seminar, Washington, DC

Fishe P. Raymond, Why Do Expiring Futures and Cash Prices Diverge in Grain Markets?, Invited Seminar, Washington, DC

Arnold M. Thomas, Fishe P. Raymond, North S. David, The Effects of Ambiguous Information on Initial and Subsequent IPO Returns, Eastern Finance Association- Annual Meeting, Washington, DC

Fishe P. Raymond, Why Do Expiring Futures and Cash Prices Diverge in Grain Markets?, Invited Seminar, Washington, DC

Memberships
American Finance Association
American Economic Association
Financial Management Association
Professional Experience
Previous positions include:
University of Richmond, Professor and Patricia A. and George W. Wellde, Jr. Distinguished Chair in Finance, August 2003 to present.

University of Miami, Assistant Professor, August 1981 - June 1984; Associate Professor, June 1984 - June 1990; Professor of Economics, July 1990 to August 2003.
Institutional Service

UR University Faculty Council, 2007-2010

RSB Strategic Planning Committee, 2004-08

RSB Curriculum Committee, 2004-08

RSB Promotion and Tenure Committee, 2005-07

UM Graduate Faculty, 1982-2003

UM Institutional Research Board, 2001-2003

Faculty Senate Budget Review Committee, 1993-94

SBA Tenure & Promotion Review Committee, 1993-94

President’s Task Force on Academic Structure, Culture

Selected Publications
Articles

Raymond P. Fishe, Nicole Aulerich, Jeffrey Harris, Why Do Expiring Futures and Cash Prices Diverge for Grain Markets, Journal of Futures Markets, 2011, 503-533

David S. North, Thomas M. Arnold, Raymond P. Fishe, The Effects of Ambiguous Information on Initial and Subsequent IPO Returns, Financial Management, 2010, 1497-1519

Raymond P. Fishe, Ekkehart Boehmer, Beatrice Boehmer, Do Institutions Hold IPOs with Better Long Run Market Performance?, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 2006

Raymond P. Fishe, Jeffrey Harris, Patrick DeFontnouvelle, How New Entry in Options Markets Affected market Making and Trading Costs, Journal of Investment Management, 2005, 24-40

Raymond P. Fishe, Ekkehart Boehmer, Underwriter Short Covering in the IPO Aftermarket: A Clinical Study, Journal of Corporate Finance, 2004,575-594

Raymond P. Fishe, Michel Robe, The Impact of Illegal Insider Trading in Dealer and Specialist Markets: Evidence from a Natural Experiment, Journal of Financial Economics, 2004, 461-488

Raymond P. Fishe, Jeffrey Harris, Patrick DeFontnouvelle, The Behavior of Bid-Ask Spreads and Volume in Options Markets During the Competition for Listings in 1999, Journal of Finance, 2003, 2437-2463

Raymond P. Fishe, How Stock Flippers Affect IPO Pricing and Stabilization, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 2002, 319-339


Education
B.S.B.A., University of Florida 1976
Ph.D., University of Florida 1979
Economics
Contact Information
244 RSB
(804) 287-1269
(804) 289-8878 (Fax)
Areas of Expertise
Corporate Governance
Federal Reserve
IPO Market
Recession Economics
Securities and Exchange Commission
Stock Market Conditions