Professor Fotak discusses his research on the effect of firms' unethical behavior on bond markets.
PhD, University of Oklahoma
MS, Rochester Institute of Technology
MBA, Rochester Institute of Technology
BS, Rochester Institute of Technology
Veljko Fotak, Vikas Raman and Pradeep K. Yadav (2014).
"Fails-to-Deliver, Short Selling and Market
Quality." Journal of Financial Economics 114,
Ginka Borisova, Veljko Fotak, Kate Holland and William L. Megginson (2015). "Government Ownership and the Cost of Debt: Evidence from Government Investments in Publicly Traded Firms." Journal of Financial Economics, forthcoming.
Bernardo Bortolotti, Veljko Fotak and William Megginson (2015). "The Sovereign Wealth Fund Discount: Evidence from Public Equity Investments." Review of Financial Studies, forthcoming.
"Why Do Governments Lend?"
"Rise of the Fiduciary State: A Survey of Sovereign Wealth Fund Research." Co-authorship with William Megginson.
"The Impact of Political Risk on Foreign Lending: Evidence on Bilateral Investment Treaties, Expropriations, and Syndicated Loans." Co-authorship with Hae Kwon Lee.
"Seasoned Equity Offerings and Stock Price Crashes." Co-authorship with Rodney D. Boehme and Anthony D. May.
"The Impact of Blog Recommendations on Security Prices and Trading Volumes."