BBus (Massey); MEc (Monash); PhD (RMIT)
H69 - Economics and Business Building
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia
Professor Michael McKenzie is an honorary Professor in the Discipline of Finance at the University of Sydney Business School. Previously, Professor McKenzie held the position of Chair of Discipline at the University of Sydney Business School and before that a position of Professor of Empirical Finance in the School of Economics, Finance and Marketing, Faculty of Business at RMIT University. Michael McKenzie is Professor of Finance at The University of Liverpool Management School (United Kingdom) and Deputy Scientific Director, Fondazione European Capital Markets CRC
Professor McKenzie completed his Bachelor of Business Studies at Massey University in New Zealand, a Masters in Economics from Monash University and in 1997 a PhD in Finance from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT). The title of his PhD thesis was "Australian Exchange Rate Volatility".
Professor McKenzie has a solid and steady research background with many of his papers published in the high calibre international journals such as Applied Financial Economics, Accountability and Performance, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting. He has been involved in publishing much work on the financial markets, including two book chapter publications: Professor McKenzie was the Recipient of the 1998 E. Yetton Award for paper of the year by the Editors of the Australian Journal of Management for the paper "Time-Varying Beta Risk of Australian Industry Portfolios: A comparison of modelling techniques".