• school-of-business-small

Bernard McSherry

Print
  • no-photo  

    Dr. Bernard McSherry
    Dean, School of Business
     

    Email: bmcsherry@njcu.edu
    Phone: (201) 200-2001
    Office: School of Business, 237

    Specialization: Equity Market Microstructure
    Research Interests: Financial History, Securities, Behavioral Finance

     

    Education

    D.P.S.      Concentrations in International Economics and Management
                    Pace University, Lubin School of Business, 2012
    M.B.A      Finance and International Business 
                    New York University, Stern School of Business, 1995
    B.S.         Economics and Business Administration, concentration in Accounting
                    Wagner College, 1979

    Professional Experience

    6 term Governor of the New York Stock Exchange
    Managing Director, Head of Sales Trading and NYSE Floor Operations, Prudential Equity Group
    CEO, Sungard Global Execution Services
    President, McSherry & Company
    President of the Alliance of Floor Brokers

    Professional Affilations

    National Organization of Investment Professionals

    Publications and Proceedings:

    Kirk, Colleen P., Bernard McSherry, & Scott Swain. "Investing the Self: The Effect of Nonconscious Goals on Investor Psychological Ownership". Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics", (In Press) 

    McSherry, Bernard, & Wilson, Berry K (2013). "Overcertification and the NYCHA's Clamor for an NYSE Clearinghouse". Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, 16(1), 13-26.

    Kirk, Colleen P., & McSherry, Bernard (2012). "The Effect of Nonconscious Goals on Investor Choice". The Journal of the Academy of Behavioral Finance & Economics, 2(2), 1-13.

    McSherry, Bernard, Berry K. Wilson, & James J. McAndrews. "Net Settlement and Counterparty Risk: Evidence From the Formation of the NYSE's Clearinghouse in 1892". Proceedings of the International Workshop on Market Microstructure and Nonlinear Dynamics, 2013, Evry, France. 

    Kirk, Colleen P., & McSherry, Bernard. "The Effect of Nonconscious Goals On Investor Choice" with Colleen Kirk. Proceedings of the 2011 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Behavioral Finance and Economics, Los Angeles, California.

    McSherry, Bernard. "Radical Change Comes to the Exchange: a Neo-Institutional Perspective", Proceedings of the 2010 Eastern Academy of Management Meeting, Portland, Maine.

    Presentations:

    Colleen P. Kirk (author and presenter), McSherry, B. (author only) and Swain, S.D. (author and presenter). "Resistance is Frugal: When Ignoring Nonconscious Goals Effects Psychological Ownership of Investment Decisions", in Advances in Consumer Research, eds. June Cotte and Stacy Wood, Baltimore, MD: Association for Consumer Research. (October 2014)

    McSherry, Bernard (author and presenter), Berry K. Wilson (author only), & James J. McAndrews (author only). "Net Settlement and Counterparty Risk: Evidence From the Formation of the NYSE's Clearinghouse in 1892". National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) Summer Institute Workshop, Development of the American Economy, Cambridge, July 2014.

    McSherry, Bernard (author and presenter), Berry K. Wilson (author only), & James J. McAndrews (author only). "Net Settlement and Counterparty Risk: Evidence From the Formation of the NYSE's Clearinghouse in 1892". Money, History, and Finance Workshop, Rutgers University, September 2013.

    McSherry, Bernard (author and presenter), Berry K. Wilson (author only), &James J. McAndrews (author only). "Net Settlement and Counterparty Risk: Evidence From the Formation of the NYSE's Clearinghouse in 1892". International Workshop on Market Microstructure and Nonlinear Dynamics, June 2013, Evry, France.

    McSherry, Bernard (author and presenter), Colleen P. Kirk (author only). "The Effect of Nonconscious Goals on Investor Choice". 2011 Academy of Behavioral Finance and Economics Conference, Los Angeles, California.

    McSherry, Bernard, "Radical Changes Comes to the Exchange: A Neo-Institutional Perspective". 2010 Eastern Academy of Management Meeting, Portland, Maine.

     

    Licenses and Certificates

    FINRA Series 7
    FINRA Series 24
    FINRA Series 55
    FINRA Series 63

    Courses Taught

    Capital Markets and Financial Institutions (undergraduate)
    Managerial Finance (undergraduate)
    Real Estate Principles I (undergraduate)
    Financial Management (undergraduate)
    Principles of Fixed Income Investments and Markets (undergraduate)
    Competitive Business Strategy (graduate)
    Financial Institutions and Banking Relationships (graduate)
    Investment Planning and Portfolio Analysis (graduate)
    Managerial Economics (graduate)

    Campus / Community Affiliations

    Planning Development & Budget Committee, University Senate, New Jersey City University
    Retention Task Force, New Jersey City University
    University Strategic Planning Steering Committee, Strategic Planning Working Group: Optimize Fiscal, Human, Physical, and Technological Resources, New Jersey City University
    University Strategic Planning Steering Committee, Strategic Planning Working Group: Financial Sustainability, New Jersey City University
    Faculty Advisor, Student Investment Management Group, Business Administration Department, New Jersey City University