- Securities law
- Corporate law
- Financial contracts
- Law and finance
- Empirical methods in law
Joshua Mitts writes and teaches on corporate and securities law, capital markets and financial contracting. His recent projects study the use of market prices in M&A appraisal, pseudonymous short attacks on public companies, informed trading on cybersecurity data breaches, information leakage and hedge-fund activism, insider trading on corporate disclosures, information transmission in financial markets, and whether consumers keep promises they make themselves.
For more information on Joshua Mitts's research and teaching, please see his personal website.
- Ph.D. in Finance & Economics, Columbia Business School, 2018
- J.D., Yale Law School, 2013
- B.A. in Liberal Studies, Georgetown University, 2010