My research focuses on financial markets and institutions as well as corporate finance.
Patrick Schorno is a financial economist. Prior to joining the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond in 2013, Patrick completed his doctorate in finance at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2013
M.S., Lehigh University, 2009
B.S., Bentley University, 2008
"Hedging house price risk with futures contracts after the bubble burst?" (with S. Swidler and M. Wittry). Finance Research Letters (forthcoming).
"Banking sector operational losses and macroeconomic environment" (with A. Abdymomunov). June 2014.
"When governance fails: Naming directors in class action lawsuits" (with C. Crutchley and K. Minnick). June 2014.
"Insurance and interconnectedness in the financial services industry" (with P. Drake, F. Neale, and E. Semaan). June 2014.
"Characteristics of persistence in mutual fund performance" (with J. Berkowitz and D. Shapiro). May 2014.