College of Business and Economics
Upham Hall

Mohammad Jafarinejad
Assistant Professor

  • Office Location: Timothy J Hyland Hall 3520
  • Phone: (262) 472-1845
  • Email: jafarinm@uww.edu
  • Department(s): Finance & Business Law
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Dr. Mohammad Jafarinejad is an Assistant Professor of Finance at University of Wisconsin – Whitewater. After earning his Bachelor’s degree in IT Engineering from Iran, Dr. Jafarinejad pursued his MBA, and eventually his Ph.D. in Finance at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. He currently teaches Business Finance, Investments, Financial Institutions, and Bank Administration at the undergraduate and Financial Management at the graduate level. Dr. Jafarinejad's research interests are Behavioral Finance, Corproate Finance and Banking. His work has been published in peer reviewed journals including Journal of Behavioral Finance, Global Finance Journal, International Review of Financial Analysis, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, and Research in International Business and Finance.

Ph.D.
Business Administration - Finance
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
2016
MBA
Business Administration
University of Texas - Pan American
2012
B.S.
IT Engineering
Azad University of Tehran
2010

Financial Management Association (FMA)
2013 - Current

The Impact of the Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive on the Valuation of EU Banks
Research in International Business and Finance
Disentangling Bubbles in Equity REITs
Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance
Vol. 76 Pg. 357-367
Investors' uncertainty and stock market risk
Journal of Behavioral Finance
Vol. 20 Iss. 3 Pg. 304-315
Disentangling the impacts of industrial and global diversification on firm risk
Global Finance Journal
Vol. 37 Iss. C Pg. 39-56
Date stamping bubbles in Real Estate Investment Trusts
Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance
Vol. 60 Pg. 224-230
The effects of institutional ownership on the value and risk of diversified firms
International Review of Financial Analysis
Vol. 40 Pg. 207-219