Ryan GarveyDonahue Chair in Investment Management and Professor of Finance
Palumbo Donahue School of Business
937A Rockwell Hall
Education:Ph.D., Finance, Michael Smurfit Graduate School of Business, University College Dublin
Ryan Garvey is the Donahue Chair in Investment Management and Professor of Finance at Duquesne University. Dr. Garvey researches trading related issues in U.S. equity markets. He has published numerous articles in both leading academic and practitioner finance journals including Journal of Financial Markets, Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Empirical Finance, Financial Review, Financial Analysts Journal, and Journal of Portfolio Management. Professor Garvey is a six-time recipient of the annual Outstanding Scholar Award voted on by Duquesne faculty.
Professor Garvey has taught both graduate and undergraduate finance courses to native students in three countries (Ireland, Singapore, and U.S), and he has developed several finance-related courses, programs, and instructional methods. Dr. Garvey is a recipient of the annual Kurt Rethwisch Outstanding Teacher Award voted on by Duquesne students.
Dr. Garvey has held various full-time and consulting related positions with financial firms, and he served as Department Chair of the Finance and Economics programs at Duquesne over a nine-year period. Professor Garvey received his Ph.D. in Finance from the Michael Smurfit Graduate School of Business, University College Dublin.
Articles in Journals
Favreau, C., & Garvey, R. (in press, 2019). An Examination of Cross Market Arbitrage. Journal of Applied Business and Economics.
Garvey, R., Huang, T., Wu, F., 2018. Size and Information Revelation in Securities Trading. Applied Economics Letters 25 (15), 1083-1086.
Garvey, R., Huang, T., Wu, F., 2017. Why Do Traders Split Orders? Financial Review 52 (2), 233-258.
Garvey, R., Huang, T., Wu, F., 2016. Why Do Traders Choose Dark Markets? Journal of Banking and Finance 68 (7), 12-28.
Garvey, R., Huang, T., Wu, F., 2016. Who Trades Quickly? Applied Economics Letters 23 (13), 953-957.
Garvey, R., Wu, F., 2015. Adaptive Trading and Longevity. Journal of Behavioral Finance 16 (1), 40-50.
Garvey, R., Wu, F., 2014. Clustering of Intraday Order-Sizes by Uninformed versus Informed Traders. Journal of Banking and Finance 41 (4), 222-235.
Garvey, R., Huang, T., Wu, F., 2014. Concentrated Trading and Order Execution Costs. Asia-Pacific Journal of Financial Studies 43 (6), 895-917.
Garvey, R., Wu, F., 2012. Are Market Center Trading Cost Measures Reliable? Czech Journal of Economics and Finance, 61 (6), 505-517.
Garvey, R., Wu, F., 2012. Who Cancels in Electronic Markets? Applied Economics Letters 19 (12), 1161-1164.
Garvey, R., Wu, F., 2012. Are Informed Traders Reluctant to Bear Price Risk or Execution Risk? International Journal of Managerial Finance 8 (4), 284-303.
Garvey, R., 2012. Latency Cost and Information: Does Speed Matter for All Market Participants? Journal of Trading 7 (1), 62-73.
Garvey, R., Wu, F., 2011. Information, Speed vs. Cost Trade-offs, and Order Routing Decisions in U.S. Equity Markets. Journal of Empirical Finance 18 (3), 408-422.
Garvey, R., Wu, F., 2011. What Influences Trader Choice of Electronic versus Intermediated Execution? International Review of Finance 11 (4), 445-476.
Garvey, R., Wu, F., 2010. Speed, Distance, and Electronic Trading: New Evidence on Why Location Matters. Journal of Financial Markets 13 (4), 367-396.
Garvey, R., Wu, F., 2010. When Should You Trade? Journal of Trading 5 (4), 65-77.
Garvey, R., Wu, F., 2010. Payday Effects: An Examination of Trader Behavior within Evaluation Periods. Journal of Behavioral Finance 11 (2), 114-128.
Garvey, R., Wu, F., 2009. Intraday Time and Order Execution Quality Dimensions. Journal of Financial Markets 12 (2), 203-228.
Garvey, R., Wu, F., 2009. Location and Trading Performance in Electronic Markets. Journal of Investment Consulting 10 (1), 17-24.
Garvey, R., Wu, F., 2008. Are Trading Costs Invisible in Trading Decisions? Journal of Trading 2 (4), 23-33.
Garvey, R., Wu, F., 2008. The Effects of Institutional Risk Control on Trader Behavior. Journal of Applied Finance 18 (1), 22-35.
Garvey, R., Murphy, A., Wu, F., 2007. Do Losses Linger? Evidence from Proprietary Stock Traders. Journal of Portfolio Management 33 (4), 75-83.
Garvey, R., Wu, F., 2007. Professional Trader Order Selection and Prior Outcomes. Journal of Trading 2 (4), 23-33.
Garvey, R., Murphy, A., 2006. Crossed Markets: Arbitrage Opportunities in Nasdaq Stocks. Journal of Alternative Investments 9 (2), 46-58.
Garvey, R., Wu, F., 2006. Market Transparency and Institutional Trader Behavior after a Tick Change. Journal of Trading 2 (1), 35-48.
Garvey, R., Murphy, A., 2005. The Profitability of Active Stock Traders. Journal of Applied Finance 15 (2), 93-100.
Garvey, R., Murphy, A., 2005. Entry, Exit, and Trading Profits: A Look at the Trading Strategies of a Proprietary Trading Team. Journal of Empirical Finance 15 (2), 629-649.
Garvey, R., Murphy, A., 2004. Commissions Matter: The Trading Behavior of Institutional and Individual Active Traders. Journal of Behavioral Finance 5 (4), 214-221.
Garvey, R., Murphy, A., 2004. Are Professional Traders Too Slow to Realize Their Losses? Financial Analysts Journal 60 (4), 45-53.
Favreau, C. & Garvey, R. (2019). Locked and Crossed Quotations in Modern U.S. Equity Markets. Financial Management Association, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Garvey, R., Huang, T., & Wu, F. (2018). Is Faster or Slower Trading Better? An Examination of Order Type Execution Speed and Cost. Financial Management Association (FMA) Annual Conference, San Diego, California.
Garvey, R. (2017). Overview of my research. Duquesne University Donahue Chair in Investment Management International Search, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Garvey, R. (2017). Determinants of Split Orders. Duquesne University Summer Research Grant Presentation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Garvey, R., Wu, F., 2010. Trading and Overconfidence. In The Handbook of Trading, ed. Greg Gregoriou. McGraw-Hill, New York.
Garvey, R., Murphy, A., 2010. The Effects of Higher Transaction Costs on Trader Behavior. In The Handbook of Behavioral Finance, ed. Brian Bruce. Edward Elgar, U.K.