Placements

  1. Aysun Alp(2010, expected), Structural Shifts in Credit Rating Standards, Assistant Professor of Finance, Sabanci University, Turkey.
  2. Nitish Sinha(2010, expected), News Articles and Momentum, Assistant Professor of Finance, University of Illinois Chicago.
  3. Tanakorn Makaew(2010, expected), A Dynamic Model of International Mergers and Acquisitions, Assistant Professor of Finance, University of South Carolina.
  4. Minwen Li(2010, expected), Selection of Star CEOs and Firm Performance, Assistant Professor of Finance, Tsinghua University, China.
  5. Yun Liu(2009), Has received offer, Assistant Professor of Finance, University of California, Riverside.
  6. David Hunter(2008), Unmapped Holdings and the Performance of U.S. Equity Mutual Funds, Assistant Professor of Finance, University of Hawaii.
  7. Carl Ullrich(2006), Essays in Financial Economics, Visiting Professor of Finance, Penn State University, currently Assistant Professor of Finance at Virginia Polytechnique, (Virginia Tech).
  8. Liu Yang(2006), Essays on Asset Purchases & Sales: Theory & Empirical Evidence, Assistant Professor of Finance, Anderson School of Management, UCLA
  9. Tracy (Yue) Wang(2005), Securities Fraud: An Economic Analysis, Assistant Professor of Finance, University of Minnesota
  10. George Panayotov(2005), 3 Essays on Volatility Issues in Financial Markets, Assistant Professor of Finance, Georgetown University
  11. April Knill(2005), Foreign Portfolio Investment & Financing: Constraints on the smaller firm, Assistant Professor of Finance, Florida State University
  12. Kristina Minnick(2005), Empirical essays on corporate write-offs, Assistant Professor of Finance, Bentley College
  13. Oghenovo Obrimah(2005), Essays on Law, Finance & Venture Capitalists Asset Allocation Decisions, Assistant Professor of Finance, Virginia Commonwealth University
  14. Meghana Ayyagari(2004), International corporate governance: A study of complementarities & convergence, Assistant Professor of Business, George Washington University
  15. Levent Guntay(2003), Pricing Defaultable Callable Coupon Bonds Assistant Professor of Business, Indiana University
  16. John Guo(2003), Understanding Consumers’ Online Information Retrieval & Search: Implication for Firm Strategies, Millennium Partners, New York.
  17. Hernan Ortiz-Molina(2003), Assistant Professor of Finance, University of British Columbia, economics Ph.D. student, co-chair Gordon Phillips.
  18. Solomon Tadesse(2002), Assistant Professor of Finance, Penn State University.