Information assimilation and financial markets, Market efficiency, Security issues, Security analysts, Corporate governance, Social networks, Short selling
Professor Kovacs’ research interests include information assimilation in financial markets, market efficiency, short sales, security issues, and analyst recommendations. She is also interested in the effects of social networks on corporate decision making and social media on investor relations. Her research appeared in the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Contemporary Accounting Research, Journal of Corporate Finance, Journal of Banking and Finance, European Financial Management, and Journal of Empirical Finance.
Ph.D., Virginia Tech
MBA Finance, Corvinus University, Hungary
Prior to joining UMass Lowell, Professor Kovacs was a faculty member at Northeastern University and a visitor at Virginia Tech. She has taught courses in Investments, International Financial Management, Venture Capital Financing, and Corporate Finance.
Did You Know?
Prior to enrolling in her doctoral studies, Professor Kovacs worked as a consultant at the Investment and Trade Development Agency of Hungary, assisting foreign investors in Hungary and promoting trade between Hungarian and international businesses.