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Professor in Finance
- BCom (Hons) (The University of Queensland)
- LLB (Hons) (The University of Queensland)
- PhD, Dissertation Title: Essays in empirical finance (Stanford University)
Stephen Gray is an active consultant and researcher in the areas of valuation, cost of capital, corporate financial strategy, financial modeling, financial risk management, and the creation of shareholder value.
Professor Stephen Gray is well known for his work on empirical finance, asset-pricing and corporate finance which has been published in leading academic and practitioner journals. Stephen teaches a range of award and executive education courses in financial management, asset valuation, and corporate finance at UQ Business School, and was recently awarded the Prime Minister's Award for University Teacher of the Year in the Economics, Business and Related Studies field. He has Honours degrees in Commerce and Law from the University of Queensland and a PhD in financial economics from the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University. He is an active consultant to industry on issues relating to valuation, cost of capital, corporate financial strategy, financial modeling, financial risk management and the creation of shareholder value. He has also appeared as an expert in several court proceedings. As Director of the UQ Business School Corporate Valuation Centre, he leads a number of projects that are designed to turn the practical application of the latest academic research in to a source of competitive advantage for corporate managers.