Professor Antonio Bernardo

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Antonio Bernardo is a professor of finance at UCLA Anderson School of Management, where he has held an appointment since 1994. His research interests are in the areas of corporate finance, information in financial markets and asset pricing.
Professor Bernardo has published papers in many leading academic journals including the Journal of Political Economy, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, Review of Financial Studies, and the Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization. He is currently associate editor of the Review of Financial Studies. He is also an award-winning teacher and has received awards including: EMBA Class of 2007 Teaching Award; EMBA Class of 2005 Teaching Award; Neidorf “Decade” Teaching Award, 2004; MBA Class of 2004 Teaching Award; Citibank Award for Teaching Excellence, 1997; George W. Robbins Award for Teaching Excellence, 1996. His recent and forthcoming publications include: “Motivating Entrepreneurial Activity in a Firm,” forthcoming Review of Financial Studies; “Growth Options, Beta, and the Cost of Capital,” in Financial Management (36, 1-13); and “A Theory of Socialistic Internal Capital Markets,” in the Journal of Financial Economics (80, 485-509).


Academic Appointments

  • Professor, UCLA Anderson School of Management, 2006-
  • Department Chair and Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs,
  • UCLA Anderson School of Management, 2006-2009
  • Associate Professor, UCLA Anderson School of Management, 2001- 2006
  • Visiting Associate Professor, University of Chicago GSB, 2001-2002
  • Assistant Professor, UCLA Anderson School of Management, 1994- 2001


Honors and Professional Service

  • Associate Editor, Journal of Financial Research, 2005-
  • Associate Editor, Review of Financial Studies, 2003-2006, 2007-2009.
  • EMBA Class of 2009 Teaching Award; EMBA Class of 2007 Teach- ing Award; EMBA Class of 2005 Teaching Award; Neidorf “Decade” Teaching Award, 2004; MBA Class of 2004 Teaching Award; Citibank Award for Teaching Excellence, 1997; George W. Robbins Award for Teaching Excellence, 1996.
  • LaForce Award for Outstanding Leadership, 2009.
  • Dean’s Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Doctoral Pro- gram, 2009.
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Why Do Stock Prices Often Drop After Mergers and Acquisition

Professor Antonio Bernardo and student Feifei Li say acquiring firms are often overvalued.

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