Delroy Hunter currently teaches graduate courses in investments, international finance, and empirical methods. He has taught a wide range of courses, at all levels.
His research, focusing on international finance, investments, and empirical asset pricing, has been published in the Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of Business, Journal of International Money and Finance, Journal of Banking and Finance, among others. His research has won the prestigious Goldman Sachs Quant Award at the Western Finance Association conference, has been a semifinalist for best paper awards at the Financial Management Association conference, and has been included in SSRN's top 10 most frequently downloaded papers in different subfields. He has also received the Muma College of Business' Research Achievement award and a Summer Research Grant. He has presented his research at top academic conferences.
Hunter earned his PhD from the University of Warwick, U.K., an MA from the University of Florida, and a BSc from the University of the West Indies, Jamaica. Prior to joining USF in 2001, he taught at Bentley University and the University of the West Indies.
- FIN 6515 - Investments
- FIN 6605 - International Financial Management
- FIN 7930 - Empirical Methods - Syllabus
His research focuses on international finance, investments, empirical asset pricing, and specific topics in corporate finance.
- Can Hedging Tell the Full Story? Reconciling Differences in U.S. Aggregate- and Industry-Level Exchange Rate Premium (previously titled "The Role of Currency Risk in Industry Cost of Capital"). Journal of Financial Economics 90, 2008, 169-196 (with B. Francis and I. Hasan).
- The Evolution of Stock Market Integration in the Post-Liberalization Period – A Look at Latin America. Journal of International Money and Finance 25 (5), 2006, 795-826.
- Dynamic Relations between International Equity and Currency Markets: The Role of Currency Order Flow. Journal of Business 79 (1), 2006, 219-258 (with B. Francis and I. Hasan).
- USF: Search Committee for Dean of the Muma College of Business; President's Advisory Committee on Diversity
- USF Muma College of Business: Research and Scholarship Committee; Graduate Policy Committee; Diversity Committee
- USF Department of Finance: seminar coordinator; faculty search committee; all aspects of doctoral education
- Academic conferences: Program Committee member, session chair, or discussant at various conferences
- Other services: ad hoc reviewer for academic journals, research grant institutions, and publishers