- Ph.D., Finance, Florida State University, 2015
- M.S., Finance, Villanova University, 2011
- B.S., Finance & Economics, Villanova University, 2009
- Behavioral finance
- International finance
- Earnings announcements
- Short selling
- Bergsma, Kelley, Vivien Csapi, Dean Diavatopoulos, and Andy Fodor. “Show Me the Money: Option Moneyness Concentration and Future Stock Returns.” Journal of Futures Markets, forthcoming.
- Bergsma, Kelley, Andy Fodor, Vijay Singal, and Jitendra Tayal. “Option Trading after the Opening Bell and Intraday Stock Return Predictability.” Financial Management, forthcoming. Winner of 2018 Applied Finance Conference Best Paper Award.
- Bergsma, Kelley, Andy Fodor, and Emily Tedford. “A Closer Look at the Disposition Effect in U.S. Equity Options.” Journal of Behavioral Finance 21, no. 1 (2020): 66-77.
- Bergsma, Kelley, and Jitendra Tayal. “Short Interest and Lottery Stocks.” Financial Management 48, no. 1 (2019): 187-227.
- Bergsma, Kelley, and Danling Jiang. “Cultural New Year Holidays and Stock Returns around the World.” Financial Management 45, no. 1 (2016), 3-35. Lead Article.
- Bergsma, Kelley. “Does Offering Microsavings Make Sense for Microfinance Institutions?” The American Economist 56, no. 2 (2011): 15-27. Winner of 2010 Frank W. Taussig Article Award.
Presentations & Awards
- FMA Annual Meeting, 2019
- International Accounting Section Midyear Meeting, 2019
- FA Annual Meeting, 2018
- FMA Applied Finance Conference, 2018
- FMA Annual Meeting, 2017
- MFA Annual Meeting, 2017
- FMA Annual Meeting, 2016
- EFA Annual Meeting, 2016
- FMA Annual Meeting, 2015
- Copeland Fellowship (2019-2020)
- Ellsworth Holden Finance Faculty Award, 2019
- Senior Class Faculty Recognition Award, 2018
- College of Business Outstanding Scholar Award, 2017
- Ellsworth Holden Finance Faculty Award, 2016
- College of Business Doctoral Teaching Award, Florida State University, 2014
- AFA Student Travel Grant, 2014
- Frank W. Taussig Article Award Winner, 2010
Dr. Kelley Bergsma is an assistant professor of finance. Since 2015, she has enjoyed teaching over 500 students in the Financial Markets and Institutions (FIN 3270) course and other courses at Ohio University. An active researcher, Kelley has published articles in Financial Management, Journal of Futures Markets, and Journal of Behavioral Finance.