Professor Uno has been professor of Waseda University since 2004. He held the post of dean from 2006 to 2008 at Graduate School of Finance, Accounting and Law. Prior to joining Waseda, he served as professor of Chuo University from 2002 to 2004. He also held multiple positions including visiting researcher of Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, research fellow of the Center for Financial Studies, visiting special researcher at Financial Research Center, Financial Agency Service, director of Japanese Investment Advisers Association, and vice chairman of the Investment Committee of Government Pension Investment Fund.
Professor Uno received the Graham & Dodd Scroll in 1991 from the Financial Analysts Journal, the 42nd Nikkei Economic Book Award from Japan Center for Economic Research, and the 2009 Securities Analyst Journal Award from Securities Analyst Journal.
He is co-author of papers such as “Number of shareholders and stock price: evidence from Japan” Journal of Finance 1998, and “Microstructure of the Stock Market” (in Japanese) Nihon Keizai Shimbun 1998. “Empirical Analysis of Japanese Stock Lending Market: Estimation of effect of tightening of short-selling regulations” 2009, Securities Analyst Journal. Currently, Jun Uno is jointly working on “Sovereign Credit Risk, Liquidity, and ECB Intervention: Deus ex Machina?”, “Limits to Arbitrage in Sovereign Bonds Price and Liquidity Discovery in High-Frequency Quote-Driven Markets” and “Strategic Behavior of High Frequency Trader during the market pre-opening period of Tokyo Stock Exchange,”
Courses in charge
Analysis of Corporate Data
Workshop on Market Microstructure studies