Faculty – Leonardo Madureira

Leonardo Madureira - Associate Professor, Banking and Finance
Deborah and David Daberko Fellow
Associate Professor, Banking and Finance

leonardo.madureira@case.edu
216.368.5003
Peter B. Lewis Building 364
Office Hours: By Appointment Only

Native fluency in Portuguese, fluency in English, some fluency in Spanish

Personal Website

PhD, University of Pennsylvania, 2005
MA, University of Pennsylvania, 2001
MBA, Pontifical Catholic University, 1998
BS, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, 1990

Initially Appointed: 2005

Interests and Courses

Research

Corporate Finance, Market Microstructure, Empirical Asset Pricing

Teaching

Corporate Finance, Financial Markets and Institutions, Financial Econometrics, Empirical Asset Pricing

Recent Courses and Syllabi

Course evaluation ratings (login required)

Selected Publications


Presentations

  • Madureira, L. (Presenter & Author) Finance Seminar, "What Are Analysts Really Good At?", Case Western Reserve University, (2014).
  • Madureira, L. (Author Only) 26th Australasian Finance and Banking Conference, "What Are Analysts Really Good At?", Institute of Global Finance and School of Banking & Finance at the Australian School of Business at UNSW, Sydney. (2013).
  • Madureira, L. (Author Only), , O. K. (Presenter & Author) 24th Annual Conference on Financial Economics and Accounting, UNC, "What Are Analysts Really Good At?", Financial Economics and Accounting , UNC, Chapel Hill. (2013).
  • Madureira, L. (Presenter & Author) European Finance Association Conference, "Banking Relationships and Sell Side Research", European Finance Association, Cambridge, UK. (2013).
  • Madureira, L. (Author Only) American Finance Association Conference, "Stock Picking, Industry Picking, and Market Timing in Sell-Side Research", American Finance Association, San Diego. (2013).
  • Madureira, L. (Presenter & Author) JAE Conference, Wharton School, "Analysts' Industry Expertise", The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. (2011).

Awards

  • Lewis-Progressive Fellow, Case Western Reserve University. (2009).