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Daniel Huerta-Sanchez, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Finance

Address: School of Business, Beatty 423
Office Hours: Mon/Wed 10:30AM - 11:30 AM, Thurs 10:00 AM-12:00 PM, or by appointment
Phone: 843-953-6647
E-mail: huertade@cofc.edu
Curriculum Vitae: Download



Education

University of Texas-Pan American, Edinburg, Texas
Ph.D. in Business Administration – Finance
Dissertation: “Essays on the Relationship between Investor Sentiment and Real Estate Investment Trusts”
Committee: Dr. Dave Jackson (Chair), Dr. Cynthia Brown, Dr. Jose Pagan, Dr. Thanh Ngo, Dr. Diego Escobari

Universidad Dr. Rafael Belloso Chacín URBE, Maracaibo, Venezuela
Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering


Research Interests

Banking, securitized real estate finance, style investing, behavioral finance.
Teaching: Managerial finance, financial administration, financial modeling, banking.

Courses Taught

FINC  303        Business Finance
FINC  389        Fincl Mgmt Information Systems
MBAD 517       Advanced Corporate Finance
FINC  315        Intermediate Business Finance

Publications

Farooqi, J., Ngo, T., Huerta, D. and Chen, H. (Forthcoming) “Momentum strategies in Shari’ah stocks: The role of debt.” Journal of Investing.

Perez-Liston, D., Huerta, D. and Haq, S. (Forthcoming). “Does investor sentiment risk impact the returns and volatility of Islamic equities?” Journal of Economics and Finance.

Harris, O, Huerta, D. and Ngo, T. (2013). “The post-TARP operating performance of commercial banks.” Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money 24, 85-104.

Huerta, D., Jin, C. and Zhang, Y. (2012). “The impact of debt offerings on REIT long-run performance.” Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management 18 (2), 155-167.

Huerta, D. and Perez, D. (2011). “The impact of hurricanes on investor sentiment and stock market returns.” Global Business and Finance Review 16 (2), 136-149.

Huerta, D., Perez, D. and Jackson, D. (2011). “The impact of TARP bailouts on stock market volatility and investor fear”.  Banking and Finance Review 3, 45-54.