Dr. Jain teaches Investments, Managerial Finance, and Blockchain and cryptocurrencies. His research primarily focuses on Financial regulations, Short selling, high-frequency trading, and cryptocurrencies. He has published his research in journals such as Financial Review, Economics Letters, Journal of Trading, and Quarterly Journal of Finance. His research paper on U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Rule 201 was awarded the best paper by Financial Review in 2012. He regularly presents his research at conferences such as annual meetings of Financial Management Association, Northern Finance Association, and Eastern Finance Association.
Before joining SUNY Geneseo, Dr. Jain worked at Ontario Tech University in Canada. He earned his Ph.D. in Finance from University of Memphis, TN and a Bachelors in Technology from Indian Institute of Technology, India.
Personal website: https://sites.google.com/site/jainchinmay/
B.Tech. Indian Institute of Technology (Kharagpur) India.
Ph.D. University of Memphis, TN, USA.
Do algorithmic traders improve liquidity when information asymmetry is high? (2021) Jain, Archana, Jain, Chinmay, and Revansiddha Khanapure. Quarterly Journal of Finance.
Pre-earnings announcement returns and momentum (2020), Jain, Archana, Jain, Chinmay, and Revansiddha Khanapure. Economics Letters 196.
Blockchain Hysteria: Adding "blockchain" to a company's name (2019), Jain, Archana, Jain, Chinmay, Economics Letters 181, 178-181.
Does conservatism deter short sellers? (2019), Jain, Archana, Jain, Chinmay, and Ashok Robin. Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting 54 (3), 1075-1100.
Early movers advantage? Evidence from short selling during after hours on earnings announcement days (2019), Jain, Archana, Jain, Chinmay, and Christine Jiang. Financial Review 54 (2), 235-264.
Algorithmic trading and fragmentation (2017), Jain, Archana, Jain, Chinmay, and Christine Jiang, Journal of Trading 12 (4), 18-28.
Hidden liquidity on the U.S. stock exchanges (2017), Jain, Archana, Jain, Chinmay, Journal of Trading 12 (3), 30-36.
Fails-to-deliver after the implementation of Rule 203 and Rule 204T (2015), Jain, Archana, Jain, Chinmay, Financial Review 50, 611-636.
Short selling: The impact of SEC rule 201 of 2010 (2012), Jain, Chinmay, Jain, Pankaj and Thomas H. McInish, Financial Review 47, 37-64.