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William Shambora

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Certified Flight Instructor (CFI/CFII)

Until recently, my flying was for business, pleasure, and, of course, currency. I earned my Private Pilot license in 1979 and the instrument rating in 1981. I've owned several airplanes and have been a member of two flying clubs that owned airplanes. UNI has been my home base for the last 22 years. Trips to places such as Bar Harbor, Maine, Key West, Florida, and Waco Texas have been the norm. I have flown many Piper and Cessna normal and turbocharged models and haven't (yet) met an airplane I didn't like. I look forward to sharing my obsession with flying with OU's Aviation students.

Journal Article, Academic Journal (14)

  • Shambora, W., Jung, C. Growth, Inflation, Interest Rates and Real Stock Returns in the U.S. and Canada. Empirical Economics Letters.
  • Jayasuriya, S., Shambora, W., Cao, B. (2010). Holding a Commodity Futures Index Fund in a Globally Diversified Portfolio: A Placebo Effect?. 3. Economics Bulletin; 30: 1842-1851.
  • Shambora, W., Jung, C., Choi, K. (2010). Are Stocks Really Riskier than Bonds?. 4. Applied Economics; 42: 403-412.
  • Rossiter, R., Shambora, W. (2009). Are There Exploitable Inefficiencies in the Futures Market for Oil?. Energy Economics; 29: 10.
  • Rossiter, R., Shambora, W., Jayasuriya, S. (2009). Asymmetric Volatility in Mature and Emerging Markets. 1. Journal of Emerging Markets Finance; 8: 25-43.
  • Jayasuriya, S., Shambora, W. (2009). Oops, We Should Have Diversified!. 22. Applied Financial Economics; 19: 1779-1785.
  • Shambora, W., Jayasuriya, S. (2008). The World is Shrinking: Evidence for Stock Market Convergence. 14. Economics Bulletin; 7: 1-12.
  • Jayasuriya, S., Shambora, W. (2008). The World is Shrinking: Evidence for Stock Market Convergence. 1. Economics Bulliten; 7: 1-13.
  • Shambora, W., Choi, K., Jung, C. (2007). The Relationship between Inflation and Real Stock Returns in Four European Markets. 14. Applied Economic Letters; 555-557.
  • Shambora, W. (2006). Explaining Anomalous Inferences Regarding the Expectations Hypothesis. 8. Global Business and Economics Review; 206-216.
  • Shambora, W. (2006). Will Retiring Boomers Really Create a Stock Market Meltdown?. 17. Applied Financial Economics; 16: 1239-1250.
  • Shambora, W., Jung, C. (2005). Inflation and Real Stock Returns in Asian Markets. 3. Journal of Emerging Markets; 10: 48-54.
  • Shambora, W. (2004). Can Market Segregation Theory Come to the Aid of the Expectations Hypothesis?. 3. Finance Letters; 2: 54-60.
  • Shambora, W., Choi, K., Jung, C. (2003). Macroeconomic Effects of Inflation Targeting Policy in New Zealand. 17. Economics Bulletin; 5: 1-6.

Conference Proceeding (1)

  • Shambora, W., Jung, C. (2007). Are Bond Fund Investors Irrational or Just Too Slow?. Economics Conference Proceedings; 1-19.

Working Paper (5)

  • Shambora, W., Jung, C. A Model of Bond Fund Investing.
  • Shambora, W. Can Futures Index Funds Live up to the Hype?.
  • Shambora, W., Jung, C. Credibility and Effectiveness in Canadian Inflation Targeting.
  • Shambora, W. Emergence of Money as a Response to Moral Hazard.
  • Shambora, W., Jung, C. Optimal Cash Management Policy by Firms: A Continuous Time Stochastic Framework.