Mooradian, R. (Presenter & Author), Boyson, N., Southern Finance Association, "The Success of Frequent Hedge Fund Activists,” Southern Finance Association. (November 2010).
Boyson, N. (Author Only), Jindra, J. (Presenter & Author), Seventh Annual Corporate Finance Conference, “Crises, liquidity shocks, and fire sales at financial institutions.” Washington University, St. Louis, MO. (November 2010).
Boyson, N. (Presenter & Author), Mooradian, R. (Presenter & Author), Financial Management Association, “Intense Hedge Fund Activists.” New York, New York. (October 2010).
Boyson, N. (Author Only), Helwege, J. (Presenter & Author), New York Fed Financial Stability Conference, “Crises, liquidity shocks, and fire sales at financial institutions.” New York, New York. (September 2010).
Boyson, N. (Presenter & Author), Lipper Client Advisory Council (CAC) Conference, "Hedged Mutual Funds from 2004-2008," Chatham, MA. (September 2010).
Industry and Academic Experience
Prior to joining Northeastern, Professor Boyson was an Assistant Professor in the Finance Department at Purdue University in Indiana. She also spent eight years in the industry, working in public accounting, banking, and investment advising. She has been a CPA (Certified Public Accountant) for eighteen years.
Professor Boyson served on the Program Committee for the Financial Management Association in 2004 and 2007. She also worked as Ad Hoc referee for several journals, including the Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Empirical Finance, Journal of Economics and Business, and Pacific Basin Journal. In 2006, Professor Boyson participated as Session Chair in the European Finance Association meeting. She also served as Panelist (via telephone) for the Brown Brothers Harriman Investment Manager Business Leader Summit (Practitioner Conference) in November, 2006.
Financial Times, October 2010, “Newcits challenge to Offshore Rivals.”
Fund Evaluation Group Research Review, February 2010, “Focus Topic: Too Much Beta – Why Hedged Equity Now.”
Captrust Financial Advisors Strategic Research Report, December 2009, “Alternative Choices Offer Increased Flexibility.”
Allaboutalpha.com, November 9, 2009 “Equity Long/Short Mutual Funds Could Easily Grow Twenty-Fold Over the Next Five Years.”
Huntington News, September 28, 2009, “Groans and Loans.”
Insurance Business Weekly, January 25, 2009, “Investigators at Northeastern University Publish New Data on Financial Analyst Research.”
Barclay’s Insider Report, December 11, 2008, “The Impact of Hedge Fund Family Membership on Performance and Market Share.”
The Economist, December 11, 2008, “Locked Away.”
Allaboutalpha.com, October 21, 2008, “Hedge Fund Families Growing Larger Every Year.”
Northeastern University webcast panelist, October 6, 2008, "Will the Economic Bailout Plan Work? - A Panel of Northeastern Experts Weigh in."
Allaboutalpha.com, September 24, 2008, “Hedge Funds and Mutual Funds: Not Such an Odd Couple - as Long as Conflicts of Interest are Managed.”
Growing Wealth Magazine, September, 2008, “Demystifying Hedge Funds.”
MoneyNews.com, February 12, 2008, “Why Your Credit Card Now Charges 30 Percent.”
BusinessWeek.com, October 19, 2007, “New Research Confirms Hedge Like Mutual Funds Work.”
New York Times, September 23, 2007, “From Russia with Cash: Seeding a Hedge Fund.”
Northeastern University Voice, Profile of my research, September, 2007.
Seeking Alpha.com, August 30, 2007, Holt, Christopher, "Activist Hedge Funds Secret Sauce"
Institutional Investor.com, August 28, 2007, "As HFs Converge, More Suffer"
Allaboutalpha.com, August 27, 2007, "How Disease Spreads in the Global Hedge Fund Pre-School"
The Gartman Letter, L.C., August 27, 2007, Gartman, Dennis, "Proving the Existence of Cockroaches"
New York Times, August 26, 2007, Hulbert, Mark, "Just How Contagious is that Hedge Fund?"
Wall Street Journal, February 14, 2007, Laisse, Eleanor, "Hedge Funds Beckon Small Investors"
Money Management Executive, February 5, 2007, Pizzani, Lori, "Hedged Mutual Funds Make the Grade"
Financial Times, April 17, 2006, "Hedge Fund Entrepreneurs Could Change the Retail Landscape"
Professor Boyson appeared on "NiteBeat" with Barry Nolan on cable channel CN8 to discuss credit reporting and credit scoring. September 12, 2005.
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