Mark Moore, Ph.D.
Associate Professor in the Practice
About Professor MooreDr. Moore is an Associate Professor in the Practice of Finance at Texas Tech University. Dr. Moore originally joined the finance faculty at Texas Tech University in 2004 and returned in 2006 after visiting Penn State University for a year. Previous academic experience includes a position at the University of Western Australia in Perth for three years and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Dr. Moore's research and teaching interests focus on business valuations and investigating the determinants of financial analyst earnings forecasts. Outside of academics, Dr. Moore has served as an educational consultant to large corporations and as a contract consultant to international accounting firms such as KPMG for projects such as real option valuation. Currently, Dr. Moore has been working with the Business Valuation committees of the American Society of Appraisers to promote student awareness of opportunities, internships and careers in the business valuation profession.
- Moore, Mark and Drew Winters, 2014, When is a Treasury Security On-the-Run?, The Financial Review, February 2014, Volume 49, Issue 1, pages 77-79.
- Mercer, Jeffrey, Mark Moore, Ryan Whitby, and Drew Winters, 2012, Price Discovery in the Treasury-Bill Market, The Financial Review, February 2013, Volume 48, Issue 1, pages 1-24.
- Mercer, Jeffrey, Mark Moore, and Drew Winters, 2009, Do Traders Benefit From Riding the T-Bill Curve?, Fall 2009, Volume 36, Issue 1, Pages 131-140.
- The Benefits of Taking a Company Private: The Analysis of Subsequent Financial Performance - 2014
- The Residual Income Approach to Bank Valuation - Analysis and Evidence - 2014
- The Residual Income Valuation of Financial Service Companies - 2014