Before that, he was a member of the SEC Advisory Committee on Tender Offer Policy from February through July 1983.He is currently chairman of the board of Home Properties, a multifamily real estate investment trust (REIT) with operations primarily along the East Coast of the United States, and was formerly chair of the compensation committee, chair of the governance committee, and lead director.Professor Jarrell has been a professor of finance and economics at the Simon School since 1988, where he also was assistant professor from 1977 to 1981. Foundation Resident Management Fellow at the Simon School from January to June 1987. Jarrell has published dozens of articles on economic and finance topics in scholarly academic journals, as well as the popular media, and is an expert on mergers and acquisitions, hostile takeovers, the economics and regulation of financial markets, financial valuation and microeconomic theory and application.Jarrell served as director of the Simon School’s Managerial Economics Research Center from 1988 to 1990, and as director of the Bradley Policy Research Center from 1990 to 1994. In addition, Jarrell was a Research Fellow under Professor George J. Jarrell frequently serves as an expert witness on financial-economic issues in business litigation, including financial valuation of publicly traded securities, securities fraud, contract damages and criminal inside-trading cases.Smith has served as president of the Risk Theory Society, president of the Financial Management Association National Honor Society, vice president for Global Services of the Financial Management Association International, vice president of the International Economics and Finance Society, a member of the board of advisors of the International Association of Financial Engineers, and a member of the board of directors of the Financial Management Association and the Southern Finance Association.Students in the Executive MBA Program have given him their Superior Teaching Award 21 times; students in the MBA Program have given him their Superior Teaching Award 16 times.These are not use to track individual usage or tailor advertising content.
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In 2003, he received the FMA Fellows Award by the Financial Management Association International.
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Stigler at the University of Chicago’s Center for Study of the Economy and the State from 1981 to 1983, as well as a senior economist with Lexecon Inc., a Chicago economics consulting firm specializing in Antitrust and Securities litigation from 1983 to 1984. He has consulted with the Federal Trade Commission and has served as an adjunct professor at Georgetown University School of Law.