Our work is published in top-tier finance journals including the Journal of Finance, the Journal of Financial Economics, the Review of Financial Studies and the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis.
“The agri-forestry industrial complex encompasses the supply chain from farm and forest to consumers of the end products and is a vital part of the state’s economy. Accounting for multiplier effects, the complex adds $81.8 billion to Tennessee’s economy and accounts for more than 351,000 jobs.”
Tracie Woidtke is looking into the effects of communication among shareholders and increased activism with the goal of determining whether low-cost mechanisms can influence a company to act in shareholders’ best interests.
From CEO compensation to investor activism, home ownership and angel investors, our faculty research investigates the nexus of finance theory and everyday life.
Three Haslam students are part of a team that won the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Dream Big Awards