Mark Garmaise's primary research interests are in the areas of corporate finance, real estate, entrepreneurship and banking. With his co-author Tobias Moskowitz, he received the 2004 BGI Brennan Award for the best paper published in the Review of Financial Studies and the 2005 BGI Brennan Runner-up Award for the best paper published in the Review of Financial Studies.
Dr. Garmaise teaches the core corporate finance course and an elective on venture capital and private equity. He was awarded the 2005 Dean George W. Robbins Assistant Professor Teaching Award, the 2006 Eric and “E” Juline Excellence in Research Award, the 2007 Citibank Teaching Award for most outstanding MBA teacher and the 2009 Fully Employed MBA Teaching Excellence Award. He has published in the Review of Financial Studies, the Journal of Finance and the Quarterly Journal of Economics. Dr. Garmaise taught at the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business before joining the faculty at UCLA Anderson.
Mark J. Garmaise. "The Attractions and Perils of Flexible Mortgage Lending." [ Link ]
Mark J. Garmaise. "Borrower Misreporting and Loan Performance." [ Link ]
Cesare Fracassi, Mark J. Garmaise, Shimon Kogan and Gabriel Natividad. "How Much Does Credit Matter for Entrepreneurial Success in the United States?" [ Link ]
Mark J. Garmaise and Gabriel Natividad. "Cheap Credit and International Political Relationships: The Case of Global Microfinance." [Link]