ANAND M. VIJH

Description: Anand Vijh

Professor of Finance
Marvin and Rose Lee Pomerantz Chair in Finance
University of Iowa
Henry B. Tippie College of Business
108 Pappajohn Business Building
Iowa City, IA 52242-1000.
Phone: (319) 335-0921 (voice), (319) 335-3690 (fax).
E-mail: anand-vijh@uiowa.edu

Recent Research

Redouane, Elkamhi, Raunaq Pungaliya, and Anand Vijh, 2013, What do credit markets tell us about the speed of leverage adjustment?, Management Science, forthcoming.

Vijh, Anand, and Ke Yang, 2013, Are small firms less vulnerable to overpriced stock offers?, Journal of Financial Economics 110, 61-86.

Collins, Daniel, Raunaq Pungaliya, and Anand Vijh, 2012, The effects of firm growth and model specification choices on tests of earnings management in quarterly settings, working paper.

Pungaliya, Raunaq S., and Anand Vijh, 2009, Do acquiring firms manage earnings?, working paper.

Vijh, Anand M., and Ke Yang, 2008, The acquisition performance of S&P 500 firms, working paper.

Cai, Jie, and Anand M. Vijh, 2007, Incentive effects of stock and option holdings of target and acquirer CEOs, The Journal of Finance 61, 1891-1933.

Vijh, Anand M., 2006, Does a Parent-Subsidiary Structure Enhance Financing Flexibility?, The Journal of Finance 61, 1337-1360.

Cai, Jie, and Anand M. Vijh, 2005, Executive stock and option valuation in a two state-variable framework: Allowing optimal investment of outside wealth in the riskfree asset and the market portfolio, The Journal of Derivatives 12, 9-27.

Billett, Matthew, and Anand M. Vijh, 2004, The Wealth Effects of Tracking Stock Restructurings, The Journal of Financial Research 27, 559-583.

Tiwari, Ashish, and Anand M. Vijh, 2004, Sector Fund Performance: Analysis of Cash Flow Volatility and Returns, working paper.

Teaching

6F:029 First-year seminar

6F:111 Investments

6F:116 Futures and Options

6F:130 International Finance

6F:212 Investments

6F:213 Derivatives

6F:223 International Finance

6N:225 Managerial Finance

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Links 

Tippie Finance Department

Henry B. Tippie College of Business

University of Iowa