Ph.D. in Finance, Georgia State University
M.B.A. in Finance, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
B.S. in Chemical Engineering, NIT Surathkal, India
Areas of Expertise
Mergers and Acquisitions
Product and labor market interactions
Jaideep Shenoy earned his Ph.D. in finance from Georgia State University and an MBA from Virginia Tech. Prior to joining University of Connecticut he was a faculty at the A.B. Freeman School of Business of Tulane University, New Orleans. His research interests are in corporate finance with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, corporate spinoffs, product market and labor interactions, labor unions, and banking competition. His work has been published in leading finance, management, and economics journals, including the Journal of Financial Economics, Review of Financial Studies, Management Science, Journal of Financial Intermediation, Journal of Law and Economics, and European Financial Management. Jaideep has taught a wide variety of topics including risk management, corporate finance, fixed income, equity markets, valuation, loan structuring, and financial markets. Prior to his career in academia, he worked as a senior production engineer in a petroleum refinery in India.
Vertical Divestitures through Equity Carve-outs and Spin-offs: A Product Markets Perspective (with Bharat Jain and Omesh Kini), Journal of Financial Economics, 2011, 100 (3), 594 – 615.
An Examination of the Efficiency, Foreclosure, and Collusion Rationales for Vertical Takeovers (sole-authored), Management Science, 2012, 58 (8), 1482 – 1501.
Impact of Financial Leverage on the Incidence and Severity of Product Failures: Evidence from Product Recalls (with Omesh Kini and Venkat Subramaniam), Review of Financial Studies, 2017, 30 (5), 1790-1829.
Trade Credit and the Joint Effects of Supplier and Customer Financial Characteristics (with Ryan Williams), Journal of Financial Intermediation, 2017, 29, 68-80.
An Investigation of Pooled Purchasing as a Source of Value Creation in Diversifying Acquisitions (with Daniel Greene and Omesh Kini), Journal of Law and Economics, 2017, 60 (4), 597-636.
Firm Vertical Boundaries, Internal Capital Markets, and Firm Performance (sole-authored), May 2020, European Financial Management.
Corporate Takeovers and Non-Financial Stakeholders (with Daniel Greene, Omesh Kini, and Mo Shen), Accepted in October 2020, Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Economics and Finance.