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T. Tyson (TY) Perry

Timothy Tyson Perry, Clinical Assistant Professor

Business Analytics

Timothy Tyson (Ty) Perry was born in Missouri and grew up in Texas, Mississippi, and North Carolina. His background is heavily influenced by studies in finance, and he has a genuine passion for discovery and knowledge creation in finance. He holds a B.S. in finance from Appalachian State University, M.B.A. in finance from East Tennessee State University, Ph.D. in finance (with minor in statistics) from Texas Tech University, and is a CFA® charterholder.

He believes that universities exist to serve their diverse student populations, and that the primary purpose of post-secondary education is to prepare students for their chosen careers by helping to provide them with the knowledge and skills that they will need to become responsible and contributing citizens in an ever-changing world. He has been teaching university finance classes since 2002, and has taught courses in corporate finance, money and banking, financial markets and institutions, management of financial institutions, investments, portfolio management, international finance, financial statement analysis, small business and entrepreneurial finance, risk management and insurance, options and futures, statistics and real estate.

Perry joined the SIU faculty in 2019 and is happy to be a part of the SIU community.

Rehn Hall, 130A
Office: 618-453-1417
Dept: 618-453-2459
timothy.perry@business.siu.edu

Publications

Larry J. Prather, Timothy T. Perry, Lloyd P. Blenman, and Ting-Heng Chu (2017) “Organizing a Successful Academic Conference: Thoughts, Heuristics and Statistical Evidence” Quarterly Journal of Finance and Accounting, 55, 69-99.

Chan Wung Kim, Xiao Li, and Timothy T. Perry (2017) “Adaptation of the S&P 500 Index Effect” Journal of Index Investing, 8, 29-36.

Chan Wung Kim, Timothy T. Perry, and Manjeet Dhatt (2014) “Informed Trading and Price Discovery Around the Clock” Journal of Alternative Investments, 17, 68-79

Timothy T. Perry and Jialin Ding (2013) “Co-Movement in U.S. and Chinese Equity Index Returns” Global Business and Finance Review, 18, 1-19. (Lead Article)

Timothy T. Perry and Larry J. Prather (2012) “Differential Information Arrival Effects on the CME Floor and Globex Markets: Evidence from Eurodollar Futures Contracts” Journal of International Finance Studies, 12, 10-20.

Timothy T. Perry and Scott E. Hein (2012) “The Impact of Automation on Bid-Ask Spreads: Evidence from Eurodollar Futures” Review of Futures Markets, 20, 207-241. (Lead Article)

Timothy T. Perry (2011) “Do Informed Traders Prefer Automated Electronic Markets?  Journal of Trading, 6, 2934-44.