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Daniel Tut

Dr. Daniel Tut

Assistant Professor
EducationHBA (UofT), MA (York), PhD (York-Schulich)
Phone416-979-5000, ext: 552580


My research interests lie at the intersection of capital markets and the real economy. In particular, my research focuses on capital structure and corporate governance. My latest working papers examine the effects of stronger creditor rights protection on capital markets, the role of FinTech in combating the Covid-19 pandemic, conflict between creditors, shareholders and managers and the effects of political uncertainty on firms’ real decisions. My research has been presented at some of the top conferences in finance including the American Finance Association and the Northern Finance Association.

While completing my PhD at the Schulich School of Business, I was recognized twice (2019, 2020) by the Dean for Teaching Excellence.

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Corporate Finance, Debt Financing, Banking and Financial institutions, Creditors Rights Protection.

Financial management Association (Scheduled)
Southern Finance Association (Scheduled)
American Finance Association
Northern Finance Association
Eastern Finance Association
Southwestern Finance Association
Financial Intermediation - Ted Rogers School of Management
Corporate Finance
Personal Finance
Managerial Finance
Ted Roger School of Management - Start-Up Research Fund
Research Fellowship - IFID Centre at the Fields Institute 
Honour / Award
Dean’s Letter of Commendation for Teaching Excellence (2020)
Dean’s Letter of Commendation for Teaching Excellence (2019)
Schulich Scholarship of Merit for PhD 
Chancellor Scholarship for High Academic Achievement - Ashbaugh