Curriculum Vitae

(as of September 16, 2004)

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Birth Date: October 31, 1939

B.A.E.  1961  Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama, Aeronautical Engineering
M.B.A. 1963 University of Washington, Seattle, Washington Business Administration
Ph.D. 1968 The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois Finance, Statistics, Economics

Work Experience:
1961-64 The Boeing Company, Seattle and New Orleans, Aeronautical Engineer
1968-73 Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Assistant and Associate Professor
1973-75    European Institute for Advance Studies in Management, Brussels, Belgium, Professor
1975-76 Centre d'Enseignement Superiéure des Affaires, Jouy-en-Josas, France, Professeur Associé
1976-  University of California, Los Angeles, Anderson Graduate School of Management (AGSM), Professor of Finance, Allstate Chair from 1982-2002, Japan Alumni Chair, 2002-
1985-87 Goldman, Sachs & Co., New York, Vice-President and Director of Mortgage Securities Research
1985-  Roll and Ross Asset Management Corporation, Culver City, CA, Co-Chairman of the Board 
1992-95 WP Capital Management, Greenwich, CT, Managing Director
2002  Visiting professor, Univerité de Toulouse, France
2003-  Founder and Principal, Compensation Valuation, Inc.

Consulting or Similar Service to Civic, State or National Governmental Agencies:
1. Consultant, Interstate Commerce Commission, 1973. 
2. Consultant, Securities and Exchange Commission, 1979-80.
3. Consultant, United States Railway Association, 1979-81.
4. Consultant, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, 1983.
5. Consultant, U.S. Information Agency, 1982.
6. Batterymarch Fellowship Selection Committee, 1989. 

Other Consulting Activity:
1. Consultant, Mellon Bank, 1972.  
2. Consultant, Pechiney, Ugine, Kuhlman, 1974.  
3. Consultant, McKenna and Fitting, 1977. 
4. Consultant, American Telephone and Telegraph Co., 1977-81. 
5. Consultant, Gottlieb, Locke and Leeds, 1978. 
6. Consultant, Morris and Campbell, 1978. 
7. Consultant, Occidental Petroleum, 1979. 
8. Consultant, Edper Equities, 1979. 
9. Consultant, Hogan and Hartson, 1980. 
10. Consultant, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 1980-85. 
11. Consultant, O'Melveny and Myers, 1981, 1985. 
12. Consultant, Irell and Manella, 1981. 
13. Consultant, Fulop and Hardee, 1982-83. 
14. Consultant, Morgan, Stanley, 1984. 
15. Consultant, Southern California Edison, 1984-86. 
16. Board of Directors, Dimensional Fund Advisors, 1984-85.
17. Scientific Advisory Board, Wells Fargo Investment Advisors, 1984-86
18. Board of Directors, UCLA Building Authority, 1984-86. 
19. Consultant, Sidley and Austin, 1985-88. 
20. Consultant, Davis, Polk, and Wardwell, 1986-87.
21. Consultant, JP Morgan, 1995-97.
22. Consultant, Freddie Mac, 2000-2002.
23. Consultant, AARP, 2002. 

1. Roll, R., The Behavior of Interest Rates: An Application of the Efficient Market Model to U.S. Treasury Bills, 1969 Irving Fisher Award, New York: Basic Books, Inc., 139 pp. (1970).
2. Roll R. and Solnik, B., Systeme Monetaire International et Risque de Change, Paris: Economica, 146 pp. (1978).
3. Roll, R., Nominal Interest Rates and Loan Volume with Heterogeneous Beliefs, Salomon Center of New York University, Series on Financial Markets, Institutions, and Instruments, Blackwell, (1997).
4. Chordia, T., R. Roll, and A. Subrahmanyam, Common Determinants of Liquidity and Trading Activity, Association for Investment Management Research, to appear in 2001.

Chapters in Books:
1. Farber, A., Roll, R. and Solnik, B., An Empirical Study of Risk Under Fixed and Flexible Exchange, Stabilization of the Domestic and International Economy, Brunner, K. and Meltzer, Allan H. (eds.), supplement to Journal of Monetary Economics, Volume 5, 235-265, Amsterdam: North-Holland (1977).
2. Roll, R., Violations of Purchasing Power Parity and Their Implications for Efficient International Commodity Markets, 133-176 in International Finance and Trade, 1, Sarnat, M. and Szego, G.P. (eds.), Cambridge, MA: Ballinger (1979).
3. Roll, R., Testing a Portfolio for Ex Ante Mean/Variance Efficiency, 135-149 in Studies in the Management Sciences, Elton, E. and Gruber, M. (eds.), Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Company (1979).
4. Hinich, M.J. and Roll, R., Measuring Nonstationarity in the Parameters of the Market Model, 1-51, in Research in Finance, Vol. III, Levy, H. (ed.), JAI Press, Inc. (1981). 
5. Roll, R., Collateralized Mortgage Obligations: Characteristics, History, Analysis, 7-43 in Mortgage-Backed Securities, Fabozzi, F. (ed.), Chicago: Probus (1987).
6. Roll, R., Empirical Evidence on Takeover Activity and Shareholder Wealth, 241-252 in Knights, Raiders and Targets, Coffee, J., Rose-Ackerman, S. and Lowenstein, L. (eds.), New York: Oxford University Press (1987).  Reprinted in Modern Finance & Industrial Economics, Papers in Honor of J. Fred Weston, Copeland, T. (ed.), New York: Basil Blackwell, 74-91 (1987). 
7. Pinkus, S.M., Hunter, S.M. and Roll, R., An Introduction to the Mortgage Market and Mortgage Analyses, 187-233 in Advances in Bond Analysis and Portfolio Strategies, Fabozzi, F. and Garlicki, T.D. (eds.), Chicago: Probus (1987). 
8. Roll, R., The International Crash of October, 1987, in Black Monday and The Future of Financial Markets, Meltzer, A. (ed.), Dow-Jones-Irwin (1988). 
9. Roll, R., Weather, in The New Palgrave Dictionary of Money and Finance, Newman, P., Milgate, M. and Eatwell, J. (eds.), The Stockton Press (1992).
10. Roll, R., Investment Banking, in The New Palgrave Dictionary of Money and Finance, Newman, P., Milgate, M. and Eatwell, J. (eds.), The Stockton Press (1992).
11. Burmeister, E., Roll, R., and Ross, S., A Practitioner's Guide to Arbitrage Pricing Theory, in Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts, A Practitioner's Guide to Factor Models, 1994.
12. Roll, R., Style Return Differentials: Illusions, Risk Premiums, or Investment Opportunities?, in The Handbook of Equity Style Management, Coggin, T., and F. Fabozzi, (eds.), Frank J. Fabozzi Associates, 1995.
13. Roll, R., Weighting the Components of the Index of Economic Freedom, in Miles, M., E. Feulner, and M. O’Grady, (eds), 2004 Index of Economic Freedom, 2004.

Professional Journal Articles:
1. Roll, R., Interest-Rate Risk and the Term Structure of Interest Rates: Comment, Journal of Political Economy (December 1966).
2. Fama, E. and Roll, R., Some Properties of Symmetric Stable Distributions, Journal of the American Statistical Association, 63, 817-836 (September 1968).
3. Fama, E., Fisher, L., Jensen, M. and Roll, R., The Adjustment of Stock Prices to New Information, International Economic Review, 10, 1, 1-21 (February 1969).
4. Geisel, M., Roll, R. and Wettick, R., The Effectiveness of State and Local Regulation of Handguns: A Statistical Analysis, Duke Law Journal, 1969, 647-676 (August 1969).
5. Roll, R., Bias in Fitting the Sharpe Model to Time-Series Data, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 4, 3, 271-289 (September 1969).
6. Roll. R., Investment Diversification and Bond Maturity, Journal of Finance, 26, l, 51-66 (March l971).
7. Roll, R., Expectations and the Demand for Bonds: Comment, American Economic Review, 61, 1, 225-228 (March 1971).
8. Fama, E. and Roll, R., Parameter Estimates for Symmetric Stable Distributions, Journal of the American Statistical Association, 66, 334, 331-338 (June 1971).
9. Kaplan, R. and Roll, R., Investor Evaluation of Accounting Information: Some Empirical Evidence, Journal of Business, 45, 2, 225-257 (April l972).
10. Roll, R., Interest Rates on Monetary Assets and Commodity Price Index Changes, Journal of Finance, 27, 2, 251-277 (May 1972).
11. Roll, R., Interest Rates and Price Expectations During the Civil War, Journal of Economic History, 32, 2, 476-498 (June 1972).  Reprinted in War Finance, Volume II, L. Neal, ed.,  (Elgar: 1994).
12. Kaplan, R. and Roll, R., Accounting Changes and Stock Prices, (a condensed version of Investor Evaluation of Accounting Information: Some Empirical Evidence), Financial  Analysts Journal, 1-6 (January/February 1973).
13. Roll, R., Evidence on the Growth-Optimum Model, Journal of Finance, 28, 3, 551-566 (June 1973).
14. Roll, R., Assets, Money and Commodity Price Inflation Under Uncertainty: Demand Theory, Journal of Money Credit and Banking, 5, 4, 905-923 (November 1973).
15. Bogue, M. and Roll, R. Capital Budgeting of Risky Projects with Imperfect Markets for Physical Capital, Journal of Finance, 29, 2, 601-613 (May 1974).
16. Roll, R., Rational Response to the Money Supply, Journal of Political Economy, 82, 3, 587-597 (May/June 1974).
17. Roll, R. and Solnik, B., A Pure Foreign Exchange Asset Pricing Model, Journal of International Economics, 7, 161-179 (1977).
18. Roll, R., A Critique of the Asset Pricing Theory’s Tests, Journal of Financial Economics, 4, 129-176 (March 1977).  Reprinted in Empirical Research in Capital Markets, Schwert, G. and Smith, C. (eds.), New York: McGraw-Hill(1992).
19. Roll, R., An Analytic Valuation Formula for Unprotected American Call Options on Stocks with Known Dividends,  Journal of Financial Economics, 5, 251-258 (March 1977).
20. Roll, R. and Ross, S.A., Comments on Qualitative Results for Investment Proportions, Journal of Financial Economics, 5, 265-268 (March 1977).
21. Roll, R., Ambiguity When Performance is Measured by the Securities Market Line, Journal of Finance, 33 1051-1069  (September 1978).  Reprinted in The Theory of Business Finance, Archer, S. and D’Ambrosio, C. (eds.), New York: MacMillan, 2522-2543 (1983).
22. Jacquillat, B. and Roll, R., French Index-Linked Bonds for U.S. Investors?, Journal of Portfolio Management, 75, 24-30 (Spring 1979).  Reprinted in International Investing, Bernstein, P. (ed.), New York: Institutional Investor Books, 186-199 (1983).              23. Roll, R. and Solnik, B., On Some Parity Conditions Encountered Frequently in International Economics, Journal of Macroeconomics, I, 3, 267-283 (Summer 1979).
24. Roll, R., A Reply to Mayers and Rice [1979], Journal of  Financial Economics, 7, 391-400 (December 1979).
25. Roll, R., Performance Evaluation and Benchmark Errors [I], Journal of Portfolio Management, 6, 5-12 (Summer 1980).
26. Roll, R., Orthogonal Portfolios, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 15, 5, 1005-1023 (December 1980).
27. Roll, R. and Ross, S.A., An Empirical Investigation of the Arbitrage Pricing Theory, Journal of Finance, 35, 5, 1073-1103 (December 1980). Reprinted in The Theory of Business Finance, Archer, S. and D’Ambrosio, C. (eds.), New York:  MacMillan (1983). 28. Roll, R., Performance Evaluation and Benchmark Errors [II], Journal of Portfolio Management, 7, 17-22 (Winter 1981).
29. Cornell, B., and Roll, R., Strategies for Pairwise Competitions in Markets and Organizations, Bell Journal of Economics, 12, 1, 201-213 (Spring 1981).
30. Roll, R., A Possible Explanation of the Small Firm Effect, Journal of Finance, 36, 4, 879-888 (September 1981).
31. Roll, R, The Turn-of-the-Year Effect and the Return Premia of Small Firms, Journal of Portfolio Management, 9, 18-28 (Winter 1983).
32. Geske, R. and Roll, R., The Fiscal and Monetary Linkage Between Stock Returns and Inflation, Journal of Finance, 38, 1, 1-33 (March 1983).
33. Roll, R. and Ross, S.A., Regulation, The Capital Asset Pricing Model and the Arbitrage Pricing Theory, Public Utilities Fortnightly, 111, 22-28 (May 1983).
34. Geske, R., Roll, R., and Shastri, K., Over-the-Counter Option Market Dividend Protection and Biases in the Black/Scholes Model: A Note, Journal of Finance, 38, 4, 1271-1277 (September 1983).
35. Roll, R., On Computing Mean Returns and the Small Firm Premium, Journal of Financial Economics, 12, 371-386 (November 1983).
36. Roll, R., After-Tax Investment Results from Long-Term vs. Short-term Discount Coupon Bonds, Financial Analysts Journal, 43-54 (January/February 1984).
37. Geske, R. and Roll, R., On Valuing American Call Options with the Black/Scholes European Formula, Journal of Finance, 39, 2, 443-455 (June 1984).
38. Roll, R. and Ross, S.A., A Critical Reexamination of the Empirical Evidence on the Arbitrage Pricing Theory: A Reply, Journal of Finance, 39, 2, 347-350 (June 1984).
39. Roll, R. and Ross, S.A., The Arbitrage Pricing Theory Approach to Strategic Portfolio Planning, Financial Analysts Journal, 14-26 (May/June 1984).
40. Roll, R., A Simple Implicit Measure of the Effective Bid-Ask Spread in an Efficient Market, Journal of Finance, 39, 4, 1127-1139 (September 1984).
41. Roll, R., Orange Juice and Weather, American Economic Review, 74, 5, 861-880 (December 1984).
42. Roll, R., A Note on the Geometry of Shanken’s CSR T2 Test for Mean/Variance Efficiency, Journal of Financial Economics, 14, 349-357 (September 1985).
43. Roll, R., The Hubris Hypothesis of Corporate Takeovers, Journal of Business, 59, 2, 197-216 (April 1986).  Reprinted in Advances in Behavioral Finance, Thaler, R. (ed.), (Russell Sage Foundation, 1993).  Reprinted in Readings in Mergers and Acquisitions, Gaughan, P., ed., (Blackwell, 1994).
44. Chen, N., Roll, R., and Ross, S.A., Economic Forces and the Stock Market, Journal of Business, 59, 3, 383-403 (July 1986).
45. French, K.R. and Roll, R., Stock Return Variances: The Arrival of Information and the Reaction of Traders, Journal of Financial Economics, 17, 5-26 (September 1986).  Reprinted in Empirical Research in Capital Markets, Schwert, G. and Smith, C. (eds.), New York: McGraw-Hill (1992).
46. Roll, R., La Theorie Financiere et les Affaires, Politique Economique, 14-19 (October 1986).
47. Queen, M., and Roll, R., Firm Mortality: Using Market Indicators to Predict Survival, Financial Analysts Journal (May/June 1987).
48. Roll, R., Adjustable Rate Mortgages: The Indexes, Housing Finance Review 6, 2, 137-152 (Summer 1987).
49. Roll, R., Recent Innovations in Collateralized Mortgage Obligations, Housing Finance Review (Winter 1988).
50. Bartholomew, L., Berk, J. and Roll, R., Adjustable Rate Mortgages: Prepayment Behavior, Housing Finance Review, 7, 1, 31-46 (Spring 1988).
51. Berk, J. and Roll, R., Adjustable Rate Mortgages: Valuation, Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 1, 2, 163-184 (June 1988).
52. Roll, R., R2, Journal of Finance, 43, 2, 541-566 (July 1988).  (1987 Presidential Address to the American Finance Association).
53. Roll, R., The International Crash of October 1987, Financial Analysts Journal 19-35 (September-October 1988).  Reprinted from Black Monday and The Future of Financial Markets, Meltzer, A. (ed.), Dow-Jones-Irwin (1988).  Reprinted in The International Finance Reader, Kolb, R.W. (ed.), Kolb Publishing (1991).  Reprinted in Stock Market Crashes and Speculative Manias, White, Eugene N. (ed.), Elgar, (1996).
54. Richard, S.F. and Roll, R., Prepayments on Fixed-Rate Mortgage-Backed Securities, Journal of Portfolio Management, 73-82 (Spring 1989).    
55. Roll, R., Price Volatility, International Market Links, and Their Implications for Regulatory Policies, Journal of Financial Services Research, 3, 211-246 (December 1989).
56. Roll, R., La Gestion del Riesgo en Las Instituciones de Ahorro, Mas Alla del Desfase de Duracion (trad. Amadeo Reynes Pascual), ICE Revista de Economia, 688, 218-241 (Diciembre 1990).
57. Roll, R. and Ross, S.A., Impôt Progressif et Inégalité du Revenu, FINECO, 1, 1, 107-130 (Automne 1991).
58. Roll, R., Industrial Structure and The Comparative Behavior of International Stock Market Indices, Journal of Finance, 47, 1, 3-41 (March 1992).
59. Roll, R., A Mean/Variance Analysis of Tracking Error, Journal of Portfolio Management, 13-22 (Summer 1992).
60. Roll, R., S.A. Ross, On the Cross-Sectional Relation Between Expected Returns and Betas, Journal of Finance, 101-121, (March 1994).
61. Roll, R., What Every CFO Should Know About Scientific Progress in Financial Economics: What is Known, and What Remains to be Resolved, Financial Management, 69-75, (Summer 1994).
62. Roll, R., An Empirical Survey of Indonesian Equities, 1985-1991, Pacific Basin Finance Journal, (Summer 1995).
63. Roll, R., U.S. Treasury Inflation-Indexed Bonds: The Design of a New Security,  Journal of Fixed Income, 9-28, (December, 1996).
64. Pedrosa, M. and R. Roll, Systematic Risk in Corporate Bond Credit Spreads, Journal of Fixed Income, (December, 1998).
65. Chakrabarti, Rajesh, and R. Roll, Learning from others, reacting, and market quality, Journal of Financial Markets, (May, 1999).
66. Roll, R., and Shu Yan, An Explanation of the Forward Premium “Puzzle”, European Financial Management, (June, 2000), 121-148.
67. Chordia, T., R. Roll, and A. Subrahmanyam, Commonality in Liquidity, Journal of Financial Economics, 56, (April, 2000), 3-28.
68. Chakrabarti, R., and R. Roll, East Asia and Europe During the 1997 Asian Collapse: A Clinical Study of a Financial Crisis, Journal of Financial Markets 5, (August 2000), 1-30.
69. Chordia, T., R. Roll and A. Subrahmanyam, Co-Movements in Bid-Ask Spreads and Market Depth, Financial Analysts Journal 56, (September/October, 2000), 23-27.
70. Chordia, T., R. Roll and A. Subrahmanyam, Market Liquidity and Trading Activity, Journal of Finance 56, (April, 2001), 501-530.
71. Chordia, T., Roll, R., and Subrahmanyam, A., Order Imbalance, Liquidity and Market Returns, Journal of Financial Economics 65, (July 2002), 111-130.
72. Roll, R., Rational Infinitely-Lived Asset Prices Must be Non-Stationary, Journal of Banking and Finance 26, (June 2002), 1093-1097.
73. Roll, R., Benefits to Homeowners from Mortgage Portfolios Retained by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, Journal of Financial Services Research 23, 1 (February 2003), 29-42.
74. Roll, R., and J. Talbott, Political Freedom, Economic Liberty, and Prosperity, Journal of Democracy 14, 3, (July, 2003), 75-89.
75. Chordia, T., R. Roll, and A. Subrahmanyam, Determinants of Daily Fluctuations in Liquidity and Trading Activity, Cuadernos de Economía 40, 121 (December 2003), 728-751.
76. Roll, R., Empirical TIPS, Financial Analysts Journal, 60, 1 (January/February 2004), 31-53.
77. Lee, Y., Liu, Y., Roll, R., and Subrahmanyam, A., Order Imbalances and Market Efficiency: Evidence from the Taiwan Stock Exchange, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 39, 2 (June, 2004), 327-341.

Conference Proceedings:
1. Roll, R., Comments on Premiums on German and Austrian Convertible Bonds, pp. 207-209, Proceedings of the 1974 European Finance Association, Jouy-en-Josas (1974).
2. Roll, R., Can Two-Factor Linear Models of Asset Returns Be Tested? 153-172, Proceedings of the 1975 European  Finance Association, London (September 25-27, 1975).
3. Roll, R., The Sensitivity of Performance Measurement to Index Composition, Conference on New Issues on the Capital Asset Pricing Model, Washington State University, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho (March 7-9, 1979).
4. Roll, R., The Capital Asset Pricing Model: Sixteen Years Later, Proceedings of the Seminar on the Analysis of Security Prices, 24, 1 (May 1979), Center for Research on Securities Prices, The University of Chicago.
5. Roll, R., Principles of Valuation, 439-442, Geld, Banken und  Versicherungen, Band I, Göppl, H. and Henn, R. (eds.), Konigstein, Athenäum (1981).
6. Roll, R. The Contributions of Merton Miller to Financial Practice, 117-128, in Geld, Banken, und Versicherungen, Band III, Heilmann, W.R. (ed.), VVW Karlsruhe (1990).
7. Roll, R., Volatility of U.S. And Japanese Stock Markets: A Symposium, 25-35 in Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, The University of Michigan (Spring 1992).

Book Reviews:
1. Review of Mathematics and Computers in Soviet Economic Planning, Hardt, J.P., et. al., in Journal of Financial  and Quantitative Analysis, 3, 363-366 (September 1968).
2. Review of Strategies and Rational Decisions in the Securities Options Market, Malkiel, G. B., and Quandt, L.E., in Journal of the American Statistical Association (1970).
3. Review of An Introduction to Risk and Return from Common Stock, Brealey, R.A., in Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 5, 501-503 (December 1970).
4. Review of Essays on Interest Rates, Guttentag, J.M., and Cagan, P., in Econometrica (1972).
5. Review of New Series on Home Mortgage Yields Since 1951, Guttentag, J.M., and Beck, M., in Journal of the American  Statistical Association, 67, 247 (March 1972).
6. Review of Les Marches Financiers et la gestion de porte-feuille, Jacquillat, B., and Solnik, B., in Analyse Financiere (1975).
7. Review of Numerical Techniques in Finance, Benninga, S., in Journal of Finance, 45, 4, 1347-1349 (September 1990).
Working Papers:
1. Roll, R. and Ross, S. A., Progressive Taxation and the Inequality of After-Tax Income, #5-80, 32 pp. (May 1980; Revised January 1983), french language version printed as Impôt Progressif et Inégalité du Revenu, FINECO, 1, 1, 107-130 (Automne 1991).
2. Geske, R. and Roll, R., Isolating the Observed Biases in American Call Option Pricing: An Alternative Variance Estimator, #4-84, 14 pp. (February 1984).
3. Roll, R., Capital Formation, Innovation, and Tax Policy: The Situation of Italy, #1-85, 14 pp. (January 1985).
4. Roll, R., The Misuse of Duration and Convexity (August 1986), Spanish language version printed as La Gestion del Riesgo en Las Instituciones de Ahorro, Mas Alla del Desfase de Duracion (trad. Amadeo Reynes Pascual), ICE Revista de Economia, 688, 218-241 (Diciembre 1990).
5. Roll, R., Managing Risk in Thrift Institutions: Beyond the Duration Gap, #13-88, 27 pp. (April 1987). 
6. Roll, R., and J. Talbott, Why Many Developing Countries Just Aren’t, (November, 2001).
7. Roll, R., and Talbott, J., The End of Class Warfare: An Examination of Income Disparity, (April, 2002).
8. Atkas, N., E. De Bodt, and Roll, R., Market Response to European Regulation of Business Combinations, (February, 2003) forthcoming, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis.
9. Cornell, B., and Roll, R., A Delegated Agent Asset Pricing Model, (February, 2004), forthcoming, Financial Analysts Journal,
10. Lee, Y., Liu, Y., Roll, R., and Subrahmanyam, A., Taxes and Dividend Clientele: Evidence from Trading and Ownership Structure, (February, 2004.)
11. Atkas, N., E. De Bodt, and Roll, R., European M&A Regulation is Protectionist, (March, 2004).
12. Chordia, T., Roll, R., and Subrahmanyam, A., Evidence on the Speed of Convergence to Market Efficiency, (March, 2004) forthcoming, Journal of Financial Economics.
13. Chowdhry, B., Roll, R., and Xia, Y., Extracting Inflation from Stock Returns to test Purchasing Power Parity, (May, 2004) forthcoming, American Economic Review.
14. Elayan, F., Pukthuanthong, K., and Roll, R., Investors Like Firms That Expense Employee Stock Options And They Dislike Firms That Fail to Expense, (September, 2004), forthcoming, Journal of Investment Management.

1. Hinich, M. and Roll, R., Abstract Measuring Non-Stationarity in the Stochastic Process of Asset Returns, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 10, 4, p. 687 (1975).
2. Roll, R., Asset Pricing Theory: General Issues and Recent Results (Extended Abstract), III Symposium on Operations  Research, Oettli, W. and Steffans, F. (eds.), Universität Mannheim, Athenäum (September 1978).

Industry Papers:
1. Roll, R., Current Relative Values of High and Low Coupon GNMAs, Goldman, Sachs & Co. (March 1986).
2. Roll, R., Collateralized Mortgage Obligations: Characteristics, History, Analysis, Goldman, Sachs & Co. (April 1986).  Printed in Mortgage-Backed Securities, Fabozzi, F., (ed.) Chicago: Probus, 1987.
3. Roll, R., Stripped Mortgage-Backed Securities, Goldman, Sachs & Co., 30 pp. (October 1986).
4. Bartholomew, L., Berk, J. and Roll, R., Adjustable Rate Mortgages: An Introduction, Goldman, Sachs & Co., 19 pp. (November 1986).
5. Roll, R., Adjustable Rate Mortgages: The Indexes, Goldman, Sachs & Co. (December, 1986).  Printed in Housing Finance Review (Fall 1987).
6. Roll, R., Recent Innovations in Collateralized Mortgage Obligations, Goldman, Sachs & Co. 44 pp. (January 1987).  Printed in Housing Finance Review, 6, 137-152, (Winter 1988).
7. Pinkus, S.M., Hunter, S.M. and Roll, R., An Introduction to the Mortgage Market and Mortgage Analysis, Goldman, Sachs & Co., 41 pp. (February 1987).  Printed in Advances in Bond Analysis and Portfolio Strategies, Fabozzi, F., and Garlicki, T.D. (eds.), Chicago, Probus (1987).
8. Bartholomew, L., Berk, J. and Roll, R., Adjustable Rate Mortgages: Prepayment Behavior, Goldman, Sachs & Co. (February 1987).  Printed in Housing Finance Review, 7, 31-46,(Spring 1988). 
9. Berk, J. and Roll, R., Adjustable Rate Mortgages: Valuation, Goldman, Sachs & Co. (August 1987).  Printed in Journal of Real Estate Finance, 1, 163-184 (June 1988).

Courses Taught at UCLA:
Mgt. 213A Intermediate Probability and Statistics, Fall 1977, Fall 1978
Mgt. 213B Empirical Statistical Modelling, Winter 1989
Mgt. 230 Theory of Finance, 1979
Mgt. 232A Security Analysis and Portfolio Management, Summer 1978, Fall, 1997
Mgt. 232B Fixed Income Markets, Spring 1988, Winter 1989, Spring 1995, Spring 1997, Spring 2001
Mgt. 233A Money and Capital Markets, Fall 1976, Winter 1977, Spring 1977, Fall 1978, Winter 1978, Spring 1980, Spring 1981
Mgt. 233B Financial Institutions, Fall 1976, Winter 1977, Winter 1981, Fall 1981, Spring 1984
Mgt. 234A International Financial Markets, Fall 1992, Spring 1993, Fall 1993, Fall 1994, Spring 1996, Spring, 1999, Fall, 1999, Spring 2000, Fall 2000, Spring 2002, Spring 2004.
Mgt. 239B Doctoral Seminar in Finance, Winter 1984, Winter 1985
Mgt. 239C Doctoral Course on Empirical Finance, Spring l978, Spring 1980, Spring 1981, Spring 1982, Spring 1983, Fall 1999, Spring 2002, Spring 2004

Chairmanships of Doctoral Committees:
1. James Scott, 1972, Columbia University, Professor
2. John Long, 1972, University of Rochester, Professor.
2. Michel Levasseur, 1975, Université de Lille, Professeur.
3. Nai-fu Chen, 1981, University of California, Irvine, Professor.
4. Ashok Korwar, 1982, Indian Institute of Management, Professor.
5. Peter Bossaerts, 1986, California Institute of Technology, Professor.
6. Aswath Damodaran, 1986, New York University, Professor.
7. Laura Field, 1996, Pennsylvania State University, Assistant Professor.
5. Rajesh Chakrabarti, 1999, Georgia Institute of Technology, Assistant Professor.
6. Pansy Lin, 2000, University of California, Riverside, Assistant Professor.
7. Shu Yan, 2000, University of Arizona, Assistant Professsor.
8. Belén Villalonga, 2001, Harvard University, Assistant Professor.
9. Amit Goyal, 2002, Emory University, Assistant Professor.
10. Laura Frieder, 2004, Purdue University, Assistant Professor.
11. Jason Hsu, 2004

Membership of Doctoral Committees:
1. Ramon Botas Vigon, Economics, 1978
2. Frederick Furlong, Economics, 1978
3. Robert Stillman, Economics, 1978
4. Michael Melvin, Economics, 1980
5. Kuldeep Shastri, 1981
6. Gertrud Fremling, Economics, 1983.
7. David Cary, 1983
8. Maggie Queen, 1988
9. Erik Sirri, 1989
12. Paul Velapat, 1994
13. Gordon Delianedes, 2000
14. Javier Biscarri, 2001
15. Shingo Goto, 2002
16. Selale Tuzel, 2004
17. Feifei Li, 2004

Awards and Honors:
1. Irving Fisher Award for the Best American Dissertation in Economics, 1968.
2. Third Prize, The Institute for Quantitative Research in Finance paper competition, 1980.
3. Second Prize, The Institute for Quantitative Research in Finance paper competition, 1983.
4. Distinguished Scholar Award, Eastern Finance Association, 1988.
5. Graham & Dodd Award for Best Financial Writing, Financial Analysts Federation, 1988 and 1990. 
6. Fellow of The Econometric Society, 1989. 
7. Leo Melamed Prize for outstanding scholarship by a business school Professor, 1990.
8. Doctor Honoris Causa, Universität Karlsruhe, Germany, 1995.
9. Doctor Honoris Causa, Université de Lille, France, 1998.
10. Distinguished Scholar Award, Southern Finance Association, 1999
11. Honorary Fellow of the European Institute for Advanced Study in Management, 1999.
12. Fellow of the American Finance Association, 2000
13. Fellow of the Financial Management Association, 2000
14. DFA/Fama Award for the best paper in the Journal of Financial Economics during 2000.
15. Roger F. Murray Prize, The Institute for Quantitative Research in Finance, 2001.
16. Nicholas Molodovsky Award for outstanding contributions to the profession, Association for Investment Management Research, 2002.

Contracts, Grants, Fellowships:
1. Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation, Economics of Asset Pricing, 1973.
2. Principal Investigator (with R. Geske), Institute for Quantitative Research in Finance, Option Pricing,  1982.
3. Principal Investigator, Columbia Center for the Study of Futures Markets,  Information Processing in the  Futures Market, 1983.
4. Principal Investigator, Federal Home Loan Bank Board, Risk Management in Thrift Institutions, 1985-86.
5. Principal Investigator, Mid-America Institute for Public Policy Research, The International Crash of October, 1987.
6. Co-Principal Investigator, Association for Investment Management Research, Common Determinants of Liquidity, 2000.

Membership in Scholarly and Professional Societies:
1. Western Finance Association, 1971-present, Board of Directors, 1980-82
2. American Finance Association, 1972-present, Board of Directors, 1979-80, Vice-President, 1985, President-Elect, 1986, President, 1987
3. American Statistical Association, 1972-present
4. European Finance Association, 1975-present
5. Association Française de Finance, 1988-present

Editorial Service:
1. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Associate Editor, 1972-76.
2. Journal of the American Statistical Association, Associate Editor, 1973-77.
3. Journal of Financial Economics, Associate Editor, 1974-93.
4. Journal of Finance, Associate Editor, 1975-2000
5. Management Science, Associate Editor, 1978-79.
6. American Economic Review, Associate Editor, 1978-80, 1986-93.
7. Journal of International Money and Finance, Associate Editor, 1981-
8. Finance, (Journal of The French Finance Association), Associate Editor, 1982-
9. FINECO, (Finance Journal of French Canada), 1993-
Reviewer of manuscripts for all of the above journals plus Journal of Banking and Finance, Pacific Basin Finance Journal, Journal of Empirical Finance, Econometrica, Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Business, Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, Journal of the American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association, Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, The Engineering Economist, European Economic Review, Review of Financial Studies, Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, European Journal of Operations Research, Financial Management, Journal of Portfolio Management, Journal of Fixed Income, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking.

10. Editor of the International Library of Critical Writings in Financial Economics, Edward Elgar Publishing.

Academic Lectures:
Scholarly papers presented at Alabama, Alberta (Canada), Arizona, Aix-Marseilles (France), Banking Institute of China (Taiwan), Beijing Institute of Foreign Trade (China), Bergamo (Italy), Boston, Butaré (Burundi), British Columbia (Canada), California Berkeley, California Davis, California Irvine, California Riverside, California Santa Barbara, California State Fullerton, Carnegie-Mellon, Chicago, Colorado, Columbia, Dartmouth, Duke, École National d’Administration (Togo), Georgetown, Grenoble (France), Harvard, Hebrew (Jerusalem), Hong Kong Science and Technology, Illinois, Indiana, ISTCE Lisbon (Portugal), Kansas State, Karlsruhe (Germany), Konstanz (Germany), Lausanne (Switzerland), Laval (Quebec), Lille (France), London Business School, London School of Economics, Lugano (Switzerland), Mannheim (Germany), Massachussets Institute of Technology, McGill (Canada), Miami, Michigan, National Taiwan, National Sun-Yat Sen, (Taiwan), New York, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Otago (New Zealand), Ottawa (Canada), Paris Sciences-Po, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania State, Princeton, Purdue, Queens (Canada), Rochester, Rutgers, Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade (China), Stanford, Southern Methodist, Southern California, Tasmania (Australia), Tennessee, Texas, Texas A&M, Toledo, Toronto, Toulouse (France), Tulane, Utah, Victoria (New Zealand), Virginia Tech, Washington, Washington State, Wisconsin, Wyoming, Yale.

Lectures to Financial Organizations and Practitioner Audiences:
1. Institutional Investor Institute, Chief Investment Officers Roundtable, Boca Raton, Florida, November 1979.
2. Center for Research in Securities Prices, Chicago, Illinois, May 10, 1979.
3. Quantitative Discussion Group (Boston Financial Analysts), January 7, 1980.
4. Institute for Quantitative Research in Finance, Silverado (Napa Valley), April 29, 1980.
5. Institutional Investor Institute, Annual Pensions Conference, New York, January 9, 1981.
6. San Francisco Society of Security Analysts, San Francisco, February 17, 1981.
7. Financial Federation of Canada, Banff, Alberta, February 24-25, 1981.
8. Atlanta Society of Financial Analysts, Atlanta, June 24, 1981.
9. Financial Analysts Association, Wellington, New Zealand, August 20, 1982.
10. Investment Technology Forum, New York, April 21, 1983.
11. Investment Technology Forum and Security Analysts Society, Chicago, May 19, 1983.
12. Institute for Quantitative Research in Finance, Colorado Springs, October 11, 1983.
13. First Interstate Bancorp Seminar, December 7, 1983.
14. Wells Fargo Investment Advisors Client Conference, August 15, 1984.
15. Sponsored Lecture Tour to Francophone Africa on behalf of U.S. Information Agency.  Lectures (in French) on
a) The International Monetary System
b) Foreign Investment Risk;
To:  Chamber of Commerce and Ministry of Finance, Malagasy Republic, Antananarivo, Madagascar, October 2-3, 1984; Ministry of Finance, Bujumbura, Burundi, October 9, 1984; Central bank of Rwanda, Kigali, Rwanda, October 11, 1984; Bank for African Development, Ministry of Finance, Lomé, Togo,  October 17-18, 1984.
16. Tax Policy, Innovation, and Capital Formation, Conference on High Technology, Bari, Italy, December 11-12, 1984.
17. Empirical Evidence on Takeover Activity and Shareholder Wealth, Columbia Law School Conference on Takeovers and Contests for Corporate Control, New York, November 13-15, 1985.
18. London Pension Fund Seminar, Goldman, Sachs & Co., London, U.K., February 6, 1986.
19. Conference on Buy-and-Write Mutual Funds, Goldman, Sachs & Co., New York, February 10, 1986.
20. Mortgage-Backed Securities Seminar, Ameritech, Chicago, February 21, 1986.
21. The Academic Invasion of Wall Street, Financial Analyst Federation Bond Seminar, New York, March 12, 1986.
22. Mortgage-Backed Securities: Current Issues and Research Targets, at the Berkeley Program in Finance Conference on Current Issues in Fixed Income Management, Lake Tahoe, March 16-19, 1986.
23. Collateralized Mortgage Obligations, Seminar on the Analysis of Securities Prices, C.R.S.P., Chicago, May 8, 1986.
24. Applying the Arbitrage Pricing Theory, State of Wisconsin, Public Service Commission (attended by all regulated utilities in Wisconsin), May 9, 1986.
25. Hedging Economic Risks, California Public Employees Retirement System Conference on Portfolio Management, Santa Monica, August 1986.
26. Portfolio Insurance, Collins Associates Client Conference, Los Angeles, September 5, 1986.
27. Valuing Adjustable Rate Mortgages, Institute of International Research Conference on Investing and Trading in Mortgage-Backed  Securities, Los Angeles, September 24-25, 1986.
28. Financial Theory in Practice, Conference Sponsored by Le Figaro and Politique Economique, Paris, October 9, 1986.
29. Future Prospects: CMOs and Other Developments in Mortgage-Backed Securities, Institutional Investor, Annual Fixed Income Conference, New York, October 30, 1986.
30. New Product Development and Considerations, The American Banker/Bond Buyer Conference on Investing in Mortgage-Backed Securities: Portfolio Strategies and Risk Management, New York, October 16, 1986; San Diego, November 17, 1986.
31. Mortgage-Backed Securities, Investment Technology Association, New York, November 20, 1986.
32. Floating Rate CMOs, Goldman, Sachs Conference for Fixed Income Investors, London, January 19, 1987.
33. Asset Allocation, Goldman, Sachs Conference for Portfolio Managers, Tokyo, February 2, 1987; Singapore, February 5, 1987; Hong Kong, February 6, 1987.
34. Mortgage Valuation Strategies, Investing and Trading in Mortgage- Backed Securities, Institute of International Research Conference, New York, February 24, 1987.
35. Mortgage Derivative Products, Mid-Winter Conference of S & L Executives, Park City, Utah, March 2, 1987.        
36. Research on Wall Street, Financial Analysts Federation Annual Bond Conference, New York, March 12, 1987.    
37. Mortgage-Backed Securities, Financial Analysts Federation, Philadelphia, May 11, 1987.
38. APT Factor Risk, Berkeley Program in Finance, Silverado, California, September 14, 1987.
39. Innovations in Asset-Backed Securities, Federal Reserve Bank of New York Annual Conference for Foreign Central Bankers, New York, October 16, 1987.
40. Capital Budgeting, International Institute of Research, San Diego, October 23, 1987.
41. The International Crash of October, 1987, Collins Associates Client Conference, Melbourne, Australia, April 18, 1988.
42. Canadian Mortgage Prepayments, Waterloo Conference on Mortgage- Backed Securities, Toronto, May 6, 1988.
43. The International Crash of October, 1987, UCLA Partners Program, Los Angeles, May 19, 1988.
44. The International Crash of October 1987, New Zealand Conference on the Crash and its Aftermath, Wellington, August 16, 1988.    45. Quantitative Risk Control, Boston Society of Security Analysts, October 7, 1988.
46. CMO Planned Amortization Classes, Capital Management Sciences 1988 Fixed Income Conference, La Quinta, CA, October 24, 1988.
47. Asset Securitization in the U.S. and Europe, Compagnie Bancaire, Paris, February 24, 1989.
48. Changing Risk Premia in the U.S. and Japan, Berkeley Program in Finance, April 4, 1989. 
49. Stock Market Volatility, Columbia Conference on Markets and Regulation, May 12, 1989.
50. Global Risk Management, Conference on Globalization of Financial Markets, Kuwait, October 7, 1989.   
51. Volatility and Regulation, Los Angeles Society of Security Analysts, March 28, 1990.
52. Industrial Structure and International Equities, International  Management Institute, Palm Beach, February 22, 1993; International Management Institute, Phoenix, April 30, 1993.   
53. Keynote Address, Financial Management Association, October 13, 1993.
54. Keynote Address, Pacific Capital Markets Finance Conference, Jakarta, Indonesia, July 7, 1994.
55. Style Investment Returns, University of Karlsruhe, Germany, July 7, 1995.
56. Keynote Address, Capital Markets Seminar, Securities and Exchange Board of India, Goa, August 26, 1995
57. Keynote Address, Northern Finance Association, Québec, September, 1996.
58. A Mean/Variance Analysis of Tracking Error, Institutional Investor Institute Annual Consultants’ Roundtable, Atlanta, September, 1996.
59. What Every CFO Should Know About Research in Finance Over the Last 25 Years, European Institute for Advanced Study of Management 25th Jubilee Symposium, Brussels, October, 1996.
60. A Mean/Variance Analysis of Tracking Error, Institutional Investor Institute Chief Financial Officers’ Conference, Washington, D.C., February, 1997.
61. Using Derivatives for Risk Reduction in Commercial Banks, Annual Conference, Asociación de Banqueros de México, Cancún, March, 1997.
62. Keynote Address, Asia/Pacific Finance Association Annual Meetings, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July, 1997.
63. Keynote Address, Annual Conference on Financial Theory, National Sun-Yat Sen University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, December, 1997.
78. Ce que chaque directeur financier devrait connaître des progrès scientifiques en finance : ce qui est connu et ce qui reste à découvrir, Lille, France, July, 1998.
79. Keynote Address, European Financial Management Association, Paris, June, 1999.
80. Keynote Address, International Finance Conference, Hamman-Sousse, Tunisia, March 2001.
81. Market Liquidity and Trading Activity, The Q-Group, Wesley Chapel, Florida, April 2001.
82. Facts about risk and return.  The Fields Institute, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, September 24, 2001.