Bruno   R.  Arthur

Lecturer III  

Office: ECOBE 130 B
Phone: (956) 665-3368
Email: bruno.arthur@utrgv.edu

Dr. Bruno R. Arthur

  • Areas of Expertise

    • Financial Economics (Corporate Finance Applied to Financial Institutions, Empirical Asset Pricing, Tests of Market Efficiency)
    • Economics (Macroeconomics and Microeconomics)
    • Industrial Organization
    • Econometrics
  • Education

    • CERT, Finance and Accounting, University of Florida, Bridge to Business Program, 2016
    • PhD, Agricultural Economics, University of Kentucky, 2013
    • MS, Economics, University of Kentucky, 2010
    • MS, Library and Information Science, The University of Southern Mississippi, 2004
    • MS, Computer Science, Jackson State University, 2000
    • MS, Educational Administration and Supervision, Jackson State University, 1997
    • CERT, English Academic Writing, Stanford University, 1995
    • BS, Economics, Institute of Madagascar for Techniques of Planning, 1994
  • Currently Teaching

    ECON 3381 01 - Money and Banking:
    Syllabus
    Course Evaluations
    Textbooks
    ECON 2302 02 - Principles of Microeconomics:
    Syllabus
    Course Evaluations
    Textbooks
    ECON 2302 01 - Principles of Microeconomics:
    Syllabus
    Course Evaluations
    Textbooks




Selected Publications


  • Bruno R. Arthur and Monika K. Rabarison. "Deposit-Lending Synergies and Bank Profitability ," Journal of Economics and Finance 42, (2018): 710–726.

  • Bruno R. Arthur and Monika K. Rabarison. "Mutual Fund Tournaments: Do Mid-Year Winners Still Compete?," The Journal of Investing 24, no. 4 (December 2015): 39-48.

  • Bruno R. Arthur and Ani L. Katchova. "Accrual Anomaly for Agribusiness Stocks," Agribusiness: an International Journal 31, no. 3 (July (3rd Quarter/Summer) 2015): 372–387.



Selected Presentations


  • Bruno Arthur. "Measurement of the economic information derived from the financial statements related to derivatives," 2018 Accounting Faculty Alumni Association (AFAA) Conference, The PhD Project and The American Accounting Association, National Harbor, Maryland (August 2018)

  • Bruno R. Arthur. "Career Paths," The PhD Project Finance Doctoral Student Conference & Faculty Alumni Association Meeting, The PhD Project, Park City, UT (June 2016)

  • Bruno R. Arthur "Abstract Presentations and Paper Development," The PhD Project Finance Doctoral Student Conference & Faculty Alumni Association Meeting, The PhD Project, Park City, UT (June 2016)

  • Bruno R. Arthur. "Resume and Job Market Packet Review," The PhD Project Finance Doctoral Student Conference & Faculty Alumni Association Meeting, The PhD Project, Park City, UT (June 2016)

  • Bruno R. Arthur and Monika K. Rabarison. "Behavioral Models of Momentum: Evidence from the Agribusiness Industry," Academy of Economics and Finance 53rd Annual Conference, Academy of Economics and Finance, Pensacola Beach, FL (February 2016)

  • Bruno R. Arthur and Monika K. Rabarison. "Brokerage Relationship: Evidence from Mutual Funds," Academy of Economics and Finance 53rd Annual Conference, Academy of Economics and Finance, Pensacola Beach, FL (February 2016)

  • Bruno R. Arthur and Monika K. Rabarison. "Deposit-Lending Synergies and Bank Profitability," Southwestern Finance Association 2015 Annual Conference, Houston, TX (March 2015)

  • Bruno R. Arthur and Ani L. Katchova. "Momentum Anomaly in Agribusiness Stocks," Southwestern Finance Association 2015 Annual Conference, Federation of Business Disciplines/Southwestern Finance Association, Houston, TX (March 2015)

  • Bruno R. Arthur, Monika K. Rabarison, "Deposit-Lending Synergies and Bank Profitability," Academy of Economics and Finance 52nd Annual conference, Academy of Economics and Finance, Jacksonville, FL (February 2015)

  • Bruno R. Arthur. "COMPUSTAT & CRSP Databases in Agriculture Financial Economics," 2014 American Agricultural Economics Association (AAEA), Minneapolis, MN (July 2014)

Current Courses

ECON 3381 01 - Money and Banking:
Syllabus
Course Evaluations
Textbooks
ECON 2302 02 - Principles of Microeconomics:
Syllabus
Course Evaluations
Textbooks
ECON 2302 01 - Principles of Microeconomics:
Syllabus
Course Evaluations
Textbooks

Previous Courses