- Assistant Professor
- Finance academic area
Capitol Federal Hall, Room 4135
Kevin Pisciotta is an assistant professor of finance at the University of Kansas School of Business. His research focuses on initial public offerings, sell-side analyst research, and agglomeration and labor economics. He has taught and/or assisted in a number of undergraduate finance courses at Pennsylvania State University, including Investments, International Finance, Corporate Financial Management, and Advanced Financial Modeling, as well as Financial Markets and Institutions at the University of Delaware.
Ph.D. in Business Administration, Pennsylvania State University
M.S. in Finance, University of Delaware
B.S. in Finance, University of Delaware
- Empirical Corporate Finance
- Information Intermediaries
Selected Publications —
Dambra, M., Field, L., Gustafson, M., & Pisciotta, K. (2018). The Consequences to Analyst Involvement in the IPO Process: Evidence Surrounding the JOBS Act [Journal Articles]. Journal of Accounting & Economics, 65(2–3), 302–330.
Pisciotta, K. (submitted/in review). Analyst Job Demands and Information Production: Evidence from IPO Assignments [Other].
Pisciotta, K., Dambra, M., & Gustafson, M. (submitted/in review). Buying Analyst and Investor Attention with IPO Proceeds [Other].
Cornaggia, J., Gustafson, M., Kotter, J., & Pisciotta, K. (submitted/in review). What is the Effect of an Additional Dollar of IPO Proceeds [Other].