Faculty/Staff

Yuting DiGiovanni

Yuting DiGiovanni

Instructor
yuting2@usf.edu
Room: BSN 3130
Phone: (813) 974-6358
Vita

Yuting DiGiovanni joined the Muma College of Business in 2016 and is an instructor in the Kate Tiedemann School of Business and Finance. She teaches Principles of Finance and Financial Modeling and Analytics.

She also taught Financial Management of the Firm, Quantitative Methods for Business Decisions at Florida State University while earning her doctorate degree. Her research interests lie in empirical asset pricing and behavior finance.

She earned a PhD in finance from Florida State University in 2016, a master’s degree in finance from Florida State University in 2012, and a bachelor's degree in finance (bilingual) from Southwestern University of Finance and Economics in China in 2011.

Teaching

  • FIN3403 – Principles of Finance

  • FIN4453 – Financial Modeling and Analytics

  • FIN6455 – Financial Modeling

Research

  • DiGiovanni, Y., Hirshleifer, D., and Jiag, D. (2020) "Mood beta and Seasonalities in stock returns" Journal of Financial Economics, VOL, 137/1, pp. 272-295

SERVICE

  • Member, MBA committee, Muma College of Business, 08/2019 - Present

  • Director, MS finance program, 2016–2018

  • Faculty adviser, Student Investment Club

  • Thesis adviser, Business Honors Program