Larry Fauver is an associate professor in the Department of Finance and a research fellow in the Corporate Governance Center.
Fauver’s research focuses on firm performance, corporate governance, and corruption, both in a domestic and international environment. His research has been published the Journal of Financial Economics, the Review of Financial Studies, the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Financial Management, and other leading academic journals.
His paper “Stealing from Thieves: Firm Governance and Performance when States are Predatory” (with Art Durney) won Best Paper award in corporate finance at the 2007 Financial Management Association annual meeting. Fauver holds the 2008-2009 and 2009-2010 Alma and Hal Reagan Scholar Award from the College of Business Administration and was a finalist for both the College of Business Administration Outstanding Teaching Award and the Outstanding Researcher Award in 2009.
He is a member of The Financial Review Editorial Board, a member of the Western Finance Association, the Financial Management Association, the Southern Finance Association, the Eastern Finance Association, the Honor Society, and Tau Beta Pi.
Visit the Quest Gallery at Trace, UT’s digital archive, to access publications of other Quest Scholars of the Week.