Antonio Bernardo

Professor of Finance

Phone: (310) 825-2198

antonio.bernardo@anderson.ucla.edu

Biography

Antonio Bernardo is a professor of finance at UCLA Anderson where he has held an appointment since 1994. His research interests are in the areas of corporate finance, information in financial markets, and asset pricing. Professor Bernardo has published papers in many leading academic journals including the Journal of Political Economy, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, Review of Financial Studies, and the Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization. He is also an award-winning teacher.

Education

Ph.D. Economics, 1994, Stanford University
B.A. Economics, 1989, University of Western Ontario

Interests

Corporate Finance, Information in Financial Markets, Contracts, Asset Pricing
  • Antonio E. Bernardo, Alan Schwartz, and Ivo Welch. (2015). Contracting Externalities and Mandatory Menus in the U.S. Corporate Bankruptcy Code. Forthcoming Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization,
  • Antonio E. Bernardo, Hongbin Cai, and Jiang Luo. (2015). Earnings vs. Stock-Price Based Incentives in Managerial Compensation Contracts. Forthcoming Review of Accounting Studies,
  • Antonio E. Bernardo and Ivo Welch. (2013). Leverage and Preemptive Selling of Financial Institutions. Journal of Financial Intermediation, 22, 123-151.
  • Antonio E. Bernardo, Bhagwan Chowdhry, and Amit Goyal. (2012). Assessing Project Risk. Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, 24, 94-100.
  • Antonio E. Bernardo, Hongbin Cai, and Jiang Luo. (2009). Motivating Entrepreneurial Activity in a Firm. Review of Financial Studies, 22, 1089-1118.
  • Antonio E. Bernardo, Hongbin Cai, and Jiang Luo. (2015). Earnings vs. Stock-Price Based Incentives in Managerial Compensation Contracts. [ Download ]
  • Antonio E. Bernardo, Alex Fabisiak, and Ivo Welch. (2015). Capital Structure with Endogenous Liquidation Values. [ Download ]
  • Antonio E. Bernardo, Alan Schwartz, and Ivo Welch. (2014). Contracting Externalities and Mandatory Menus in the U.S. Corporate Bankruptcy Code. [ Download ]
  • Antonio E. Bernardo, Eric Talley, and Ivo Welch. (2014). Designing Corporate Bailouts. [ Download ]