Areas of Expertise
Financial Economics, Behavioral Finance, Applied Microeconomics
Professor Bogan’s research interests are in the areas of financial economics, behavioral finance, and applied microeconomics centering on issues involving investment decision making behavior and financial markets. She explores questions relating to investment decision making (corporate and individual) and household portfolio allocation with the goal of shedding light on how to better model observed behavior.
Ph.D., Economics, Brown University
M.A., Economics, Brown University
M.B.A., Finance and Strategic Management, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
B.S., Applied Mathematics and Economics, Brown University
Bogan, Vicki L., Savings Incentives and Prices: A Study of the 529 College Savings Plan Market. forthcoming in Contemporary Economic Policy.
Bogan, Vicki L., Household Investment Decisions and Offspring Gender: Parental Accounting. forthcoming in Applied Economics.
Bogan, Vicki L., Just, David R. and Dev, Chekitan. Team Gender Diversity and Investment Decision Making Behavior. forthcoming in Review of Behavioral Finance.
Bogan, Vicki L. and Angela R. Fertig, Portfolio Choice and Mental Health. Review of Finance. 17 (3), 955-992. July 2013.
Bogan, Vicki L., Just, David R., and Wansink, Brian, Do Psychological Shocks Affect Financial Risk Taking Behavior? A Study of U.S. Veterans. Contemporary Economic Policy. 31 (3), 457-467. July 2013. – Lead article
Seto, Sayako and Bogan Vicki L., Immigrant Household Investment Behavior and Country of Origin: A Study of Immigrants to the United States. International Journal of Finance and Economics. 18 (2), 128-158. March 2013.
Turvey, Calum G., Bogan, Vicki L. and Yu, Cao, Small Businesses and Risk Contingent Credit. Journal of Risk Finance. 13(5), 491-506. 2012.
Bogan, Vicki L., Capital Structure and Sustainability: An Empirical Study of Microfinance Institutions. The Review of Economics and Statistics. 94 (4), 1045-1058. November 2012.
Bogan, Vicki L. and Chad M. Sandler, Are Firms on the Right Page with Chapter 11? An Analysis of Firm Choices that Contribute to Post-Bankruptcy Survival. Applied Economics Letters. 19 (7), 609-613. May 2012.
Bogan, Vicki and David Just. What Drives Merger Decision Making Behavior? Don’t Seek, Don’t Find, and Don’t Change Your Mind. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. 72 (3), 930-943. December 2009.
Bogan, Vicki. Bubbles or Convenience Yields? A Theoretical Explanation with Evidence from Technology Company Equity Carve-Outs. International Review of Economics and Finance. 18 (2), 248-281. March 2009.
Bogan, Vicki and William Darity, Jr. Culture and Entrepreneurship? African American and Immigrant Self-Employment in the United States. Journal of Socio-Economics. 37 (5), 1999-2019. October 2008.
Bogan, Vicki. Stock Market Participation and the Internet. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis. 43 (1), 191-212. March 2008.