Brown, David T.

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David T. Brown

BB&T Professor of Free Enterprise
BB&T Assoc Professor of Free Enterprise
Director, Hough Program in Finance (MS - Finance)
Graduate Coordinator, Hough Program in Finance (MS - Finance)

(352) 392-2820



Professor Brown teaches the fixed income securities courses at the undergraduate and graduate level programs. He serves as the Director of the MSF (Master of Science-Finance) Program. His current research focuses on real estate finance and the pricing of default risk in corporate bonds. He has made a number of presentations at national meetings and at other universities. He has been a visiting professor at the Kellogg Graduate School of Management and served as an investment officer for NISA Investment Advisors LLC.

Expertise And Interest Areas

Education All years

  • PhD - Economics, Washington University St. Louis, 1986
  • MA - Economics, Washington University St. Louis, 1983
  • BA - Economics, Tulane University, 1981

Courses Taught Last 3 years

  • Asset Manage Project (FIN6525)
  • Capitalism and Reg (FIN6728)
  • Econ Organiza/Market (FIN6729)
  • Fixed Income Sec Valu (FIN6545)
  • Interest Rate Risk (FIN6547)
  • Spec Top Fixed Income (FIN6549)

Phd Students Advised Last 3 years

  • Jun Oh — 2016 — 2021
  • Mustafa Emin — 2017 — 2021

Professional Service Last 5 years

  • Board of Advisors, Eastern Finance Association Annual Meeting Program — 2023
  • Other, — 2021 to 2022

Journal Article Publications Last 5 years

  • Callable Bonds: What is Special about Munis?
    Status: Working Paper
    Journal: Journal of Finance
    Author: David Brown
  • Discount Rates and Asset Returns: Implications for Endowment Strategies
    Status: Working Paper
    Author: David Brown
  • Maturity Clienteles in the Municipal Bond Market
    Status: Working Paper
    Journal: Review of Financial Studies, The
    Authors: Stace Sirmans, David Brown

Contact And Other Resources

University of Florida
Warrington College of Business
Finance, Insurance and Real Estate Department
Stuzin Hall 303G

(352) 392-2820