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T. Beau Page

Financial Economist

Commercial Credit Risk Analysis

Dr. Page is a financial economist in the Commercial Credit Risk Analysis Division within Supervision Risk and Analysis at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.

Prior to joining the OCC in 2021, Dr. Page was an assistant professor of Finance at the University of Houston and a visiting assistant professor at Tulane University. He received his PhD from the University of Rochester in 2012.

Dr. Page’s research interests include corporate finance, executive compensation, political uncertainty, and the use of machine learning approaches to causal inference. His research has been published in the Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, and Review of Finance.

Dr. Page’s research papers can be found here.

  1. T. Beau Page (2018). “CEO attributes, compensation, and firm value: Evidence from a structural estimation,” Journal of Financial Economics 128 (2018), 378-401.
  2. Ryan Michaels, Toni M. Whited, and T. Beau Page (2019). “Labor and capital dynamics under financing frictions,” Review of Finance 23 (2019), 279-323.
  3. Zhenhua Chen, Mehmet Cihan, Candace E. Jens, and T. Beau Page (2021). “Political uncertainty and firm investment: Project-level evidence from M&A activity,” Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (Forthcoming).

  1. Candace E. Jens and T. Beau Page (2021). “Corporate cash and political uncertainty.”
  2. Huseyin Gulen, Candace E. Jens, and T. Beau Page (2021). “The heterogeneous effects of default on investment: An application of causal forest in corporate finance.”
  3. Candace E. Jens, James C. Reeder, and T. Beau Page (2021). “Controlling for group-level heterogeneity in causal forest.”