Jide Wintoki


Jide Wintoki
  • Associate Dean of Graduate Programs
  • Capitol Federal Professor
  • School of Business administration
  • Dean's Office
  • Finance academic area

Contact Info

Capitol Federal Hall, Room 2109
Lawrence

Education

Ph.D. in Finance, Terry College of Business, University of Georgia
B.S., University of Lagos

Research

Research interests:

  • Finance
  • Corporate Finance
  • Corporate Governance
  • International Finance
  • Business Analytics
  • Real Estate

Teaching

Teaching interests:

  • Finance
  • Corporate Finance
  • International Finance
  • Business Analytics

Selected Publications

Goldie, B., Jiang, C., Koch, P., & Wintoki, M.B. (in press). Indirect insider trading. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis.

Beracha, E., He, Z., Wintoki, M.B., & Xi, Y. (in press). On the relation between innovation and housing Prices – A metro level analysis of the US Market. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics.

Jiang, C., Wintoki, M.B., & Xi, Y. (2021). Insider trading and the legal expertise of corporate executives. Journal of Banking and Finance, 127, 106114.

Wintoki, M.B. & Xi, Y. (2020). Partisan bias in fund portfolios. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 55(5), 1717-1754.

Biggerstaff, L., Cicero, D., & Wintoki, M.B. (2020). Insider trading patterns. Journal of Corporate Finance, 64, 101654.

Wintoki, M.B & Xi, Y. (2019). Friendly directors and the cost of regulatory compliance. Journal of Corporate Finance, 58, 112-141.

Jiang, C., Kubick, T.R., Miletkov, M.K., & Wintoki, M.B. (2018). Offshore expertise for onshore companies: director connections to island tax havens and corporate tax policy. Management Science, 64(7), 3241-3268.

Miletkov, M., Poulsen, A., & Wintoki, M.B. (2017). Foreign independent directors and the quality of legal institutions. Journal of International Business Studies, 48(2), 267-292.

Bansal, N., Joseph, K., Ma, M., & Wintoki, M.B. (2017). Do CMO incentives matter? An empirical investigation of CMO compensation and its impact on firm performance. Management Science, 63(6),1993-2015.

Akbas, F., Meschke, F., & Wintoki, M.B. (2016). Director networks and informed traders. Journal of Accounting and Economics, 62(1), 1-23.

He, Z., & Wintoki, M.B. (2016). The cost of innovation: R&D and high cash holdings in U.S. firms. Journal of Corporate Finance, 41, 280-303.

Miletkov, M.K., Poulsen, A.B., & Wintoki, M.B. (2014). The role of corporate board structure in attracting foreign investors. Journal of Corporate Finance, 29, 143-157.

Cicero, D., Wintoki, M.B., & Yang, T. (2013). How do public companies adjust their board structures? Journal of Corporate Finance, 23, 108-127.

Wintoki, M.B., Linck, J.S., & Netter, J.M. (2012). Endogeneity and the dynamics of internal corporate governance. Journal of Financial Economics, 105(3), 581-606.

Hirschey, M., Skiba, H., & Wintoki, M.B. (2012). The size, concentration and evolution of corporate R&D spending in U.S. firms from 1976 to 2010: Evidence and implications. Journal of Corporate Finance, 18(3), 496-518.

Joseph, K., Wintoki, M.B., & Zhang, Z. (2011). Forecasting abnormal stock returns and trading volume using investor sentiment: Evidence from online search. International Journal of Forecasting, 27(4), 1116-1127.

Netter, J., Stegemoller, M., & Wintoki, M.B. (2011). Implications of data screens on merger and acquisition analysis: A large sample study of mergers and acquisitions from 1992 to 2009. Review of Financial Studies, 24(7), 2316-2357.

Wintoki, M.B. (2007). Corporate boards and regulation: The effect of the Sarbanes–Oxley Act and the exchange listing requirements on firm value. Journal of Corporate Finance, 13(2-3), 229-250.