Jordan Nickerson
Visiting Assistant Professor
Finance Department
Sloan School of Management

Research Interests
Executive Labor Markets
Credit Ratings
CDO and MBS Securities
Household Finance

Working Papers

Car Seats as Contraception with David Solomon. [Internet Appendix]

Gig-Labor: Trading Safety Nets for Steering Wheels with Slava Fos, and Ankit Kalda.

Pockets of Poverty: The Long-Term Effects of Redlining with Ian Appel.

The Perils of Private Provision of Public Goods with Umit Gurun, and David Solomon.

A Structural Estimation of the Cost of Suboptimal Matching in the CEO Labor Market


Labor Market Effects of Deleting Delinquencies

Good Things Come to Those Who Wait: The Gig-Economy's Effect on Labor Matching Quality

Moving the Goalposts: The Joint Resonse of Labor and Credit to Future Wealth Shocks


Lisa De Simone, Jordan Nickerson, Jeri K. Seidman, and Bridget Stomberg, How Reliably Do Financial Statement Proxies Identify Tax Avoidance? Contemporary Accounting Research, forthcoming.

Gonzalo Maturana, and Jordan Nickerson, Real Effects Workers' Financial Distress: Evidence from Teacher Spillovers. Journal of Financial Economics, forthcoming. [Internet Appendix]

Darren Kisgen, Jordan Nickerson, Matt Osborn, and Jonathan Reuter, Analyst Promotions within Credit Rating Agencies: Accuracy or Bias?. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, forthcoming.

Maturana, Gonzalo, and Jordan Nickerson, Teachers Teaching Teachers: The Role of Workplace Peer Effects on Financial Decisions. Review of Financial Studies 32, 3920-57. [Internet Appendix]

- RFS Rising Scholar Award, 2020

- Best Paper Award, 2016 Red Rock Finance Conference

Nickerson, Jordan, Market Forces and CEO Pay: Shocks to CEO Demand Induced by IPO Waves. Review of Financial Studies 30, 2272-312. [Internet Appendix]

Nickerson, Jordan, and John M. Griffin, Debt Correlations in the Wake of the Financial Crisis: What are Appropriate Default Correlations for Structured Products?. Journal of Financial Economics 125, 454-74. [Internet Appendix]

Griffin, John M., Jordan Nickerson, and Dragon Yongjun Tang, Rating Shopping or Catering? An Examination of the Response to Competitive Pressure for CDO Credit Ratings. Review of Financial Studies 26, 2270–310. [Internet Appendix]