Faculty Directory

Jonathan W. Lewellen

Carl E. and Catherine M. Heidt Professor of Finance

E-Mailjonathan.w.lewellen@tuck.dartmouth.edu

Phone603-646-8650

DegreePhD, University of Rochester, 2000; MS, University of Rochester, 1997; BS, Indiana University, 1994

AREAS OF EXPERTISEInvestments, stock market efficiency, financial aspects of managerial decisions

Current Research Topics

  • Tests of asset-pricing models
  • Determinants of expected stock returns
  • Behavior of corporate investment

Selected Publications

  • With R. Resutek, “The Cross Section of Expected Stock Returns,” forthcoming in Critical Finance Review
  • With K. Lewellen, "Investment and cashflow: New evidence," forthcoming in Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis
  • “Institutional Investors and the Limits of Arbitrage,” Journal of Financial Economics, 102, 2011
  • “Accounting Anomalies and Fundamental Analysis: An Alternative Perspective,” Journal of Accounting and Economics, 50, 2010
  • With S. Nagel and J. Shanken, "A Skeptical Appraisal of Asset Pricing Tests," Journal of Financial Economics, 96(2), 2010
  • With S. Nagel, "The Conditional CAPM Does Not Explain Asset-Pricing Anomalies," Journal of Financial Economics, 82(2), 2006
  • With S. P. Kothari and J. Warner, "Stock Returns, Aggregate Earnings Surprises, and Behavioral Finance," Journal of Financial Economics, 79(3), 2006
  • "Predicting Returns with Financial Ratios," Journal of Financial Economics, 74(2), 2004

Working Papers

  • With S. P. Kothari and J. Warner, The behavior of aggregate corporate investment, 2014
  • With R. Resutek, Why do accruals predict earnings? 2014
  • With R. Resutek, The predictive power of investment and accruals, 2014
  • With K. Lewellen, Internal equity, taxes, and capital structure, 2005
  • Temporary movements in stock prices, 2002

Awards

  • Best Discussant Award, Financial Research Association Annual Meeting, 2011
  • Fama/DFA Prize for Capital Markets and Asset Pricing, Journal of Financial Economics 2010
  • Fama/DFA Prize for Capital Markets and Asset Pricing, Journal of Financial Economics 2006
  • Jon D. Gruber Career Development Chair, MIT Sloan School of Management, 2001–2005
  • Richard L. Rosenthal Award for Innovation in Investment Management, 2002
  • Outstanding Doctoral Student Paper, Southern Finance Association Annual Meeting, 1997
  • Olin Fellowship, University of Rochester, 1997–1998
  • Simon Graduate School of Business Administration Fellowship, 1994–1998
  • Outstanding Business Student, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, 1994

Professional Activities

Academic positions

  • Tuck School of Business, 2005–present
  • Research Associate, 2006–present, Faculty Research Fellow, 2002–06, National Bureau of Economic Research
  • Jon D. Gruber Associate Professor of Finance, 2004–05, Jon D. Gruber Assistant Professor of Finance, 2001–04, Assistant Professor of Finance, 1999–2001, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Editorial positions

  • Associate Editor, Review of Asset Pricing Studies, Critical Finance Review
  • Ad Hoc Referee
    Econometrica
    European Finance Review
    Journal of Accounting and Economics
    Journal of Business
    Journal of Empirical Finance
    Journal of Finance
    Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis
    Journal of Financial Economics
    Review of Finance
    Review of Financial Studies

Research & Teaching

Jonathan Lewellen teaches Tuck's core Capital Markets class. His research focuses on stock prices and investor behavior, with additional interests in corporate finance. He currently studies tests of the CAPM, herding and price pressure in stock markets, and the impact of cashflow on firms' investment decisions.