Dr. Mekhaimer is an assistant professor of finance at Clarkson University. He received is bachelor of commerce degree in business administration from the University of Mansoura in Egypt, his master of science degree in finance from the University of Plymouth in Plymouth, Devon, U.K., and his Ph.D. in business administration, finance, from the University of Memphis. His research interests are in market microstructure, commonalities in liquidity, stock market design, stock exchange mergers, corporate governance, innovation, and international finance. His teaching interests are in corporate finance, investments, portfolio management, and financial markets. Before coming to Clarkson, Mekhaimer was a teaching and research assistant at the Fogelman College of Business at Economics at the University of Memphis. He also has teaching experience at the University of Mansoura, and Arab Open University.
University of Memphis, Memphis, TN
University of Plymouth, Plymouth, Devon
University of Mansoura,Mansoura, Egypt
Corporate Governance, Commonality in Liquidity, Stock Market Design, Stock Exchange Mergers, International finance, and Innovation.
Lead Article, Journal of Corporate Finance, 2016
Finalist best paper award, Annual European meeting, Financial Management Association, 2015
New Faculty Research grant, Business School, Clarkson University 2014-2015.
Midwest Finance Association, Annual Meeting Travel Grant 2014.
Competitive Summer Research Grant, department of Finance, Insurance and Real Estate, University of Memphis, 2013.
Egyptian Government Scholarship for Graduate Studies 2011-2014.
Graduate Assistantship, University of Memphis, USA, 2009-2014.
Travel Grant, Department of Finance, Insurance and Real Estate, University of Memphis, 2012.
Travel Grant, Student Government Association, University of Memphis, 2011.
Master of Science degree with distinction, University of Plymouth, UK, October 2007.
Graduate School scholarship for postgraduate taught programs, University of Plymouth 2006-2007.
Executives' horizon, internal governance and stock market liquidity (with Pawan Jain and Christine Jiang), Journal of Corporate Finance, 2016.
Stock market anomalies in emerging markets: Some evidence from the Egyptian stock market (with Ahmed El-Masry), Journal of International Business and Finance, 2009.