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Anand Vijh
Professor
Marvin and Rose Lee Pomerantz Chair in Finance
Contact
319-335-0921
Office
S286 Pappajohn Business Building (PBB)
Academic history 
PhD in Finance, University of California, Berkeley, 1987
MBA, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, India, 1979
BTech in Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Tech. Delhi India, 1977
Expertise 
Corporate Finance
Empirical capital markets
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Selected publications 

What do credit markets tell us about the speed of leverage adjustment?. Redouane Elkamhi, Raunaq Pungaliya, Anand M. Vijh, Management Science, 2014, vol 60, 2269-2290

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

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

Does a parent-subsidiary structure enhance financing flexibility?. Anand M. Vijh, The Journal of Finance, 2006, vol 61, 1337-1360

Executive stock and option valuation in a two state-variable framework. Anand M. Vijh, Jie Cai, The Journal of Derivatives, lead article, 2005, vol 12, 9-27

The wealth effects of tracking stock restructurings. Anand M. Vijh, Matt Billett, The Journal of Financial Research, 2004, vol 27, 559-583

Ownership structure, agency costs and dividend policy. Anand M. Vijh, Mukesh Bajaj, Randy Westerfield, Research in Finance, lead article, 2002, vol 19, 1-28

The Positive Announcement-Period Returns of Equity Carveouts: Asymmetric Information or Divestiture Gains?. Anand M. Vijh, Journal of Business, 2002, vol 75, 153-190

Long-Term Returns from Equity Carveouts. Anand M. Vijh, Journal of Financial Economics, 1999, vol 51, 273-308

Do long-term shareholders benefit from corporate acquisitions?. Anand M. Vijh, Tim Loughran, Journal of Finance, lead article, 1997, vol 52, 1765-1790

Trading behavior and the unbiasedness of market reaction to dividend announcements. Anand M. Vijh, Mukesh Bajaj, Journal of Finance, 1995, vol 50, 255-279

S&P 500 trading strategies and stock betas. Anand M. Vijh, Review of Financial Studies, 1994, vol 7, 215-251

The spinoff and merger ex-date effects. Anand M. Vijh, Journal of Finance, 1994, vol 49, 581-609

Valuation of path-dependent contracts on the average. Anand M. Vijh, Peter Ritchken, L. Sankarasubramanian, Management Science, 1993, vol 39, 1202-1213

Averaging options for capping total costs. Anand M. Vijh, Financial Management, 1990, vol 19, 35-41

Dividend clienteles and the information content of dividend changes. Anand M. Vijh, Mukesh Bajaj, Journal of Financial Economics, 1990, vol 26, 193-219

Liquidity of the CBOE equity options. Anand M. Vijh, Journal of Finance, 1990, vol 45, 1057-1079

Potential biases from using trade prices of related securities on different exchanges: A comment. Anand M. Vijh, Journal of Finance, 1988, vol 43, 1049-1055