Profiles in "Corporate Finance" Expertise Area

  • Ilona Babenko‚Äôs research and teaching interests are in compensation design, insider trading and information economics, corporate financing and payout policies, real options, and political activism of corporations.
  • J Hoffmeister's research interests include corporate governance, dividends and their impact on the marginal investor, CEO turnover and layoffs.
  • James E. Garrett, Jr., is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Finance in the ASU W. P. Carey School of Business. He has taught at Purdue, Georgia State, William and Mary. He had an earlier career as an electrical engineer.
  • Lawrence Licon's research areas include corporate finance, executive compensation, and corporate governance.
  • Lena Booth is the Deputy Dean, Thunderbird Academic Enterprise and multiple times award-winning finance professor. She published her research in distinguished peer-reviewed journals and case studies for classroom instruction.
  • A native of Surfers Paradise, Australia, Graeme Rankine is associate professor of accounting and academic director of the SABIC Executive MBA (Riyadh, Saudi Arabia) Program at Thunderbird School of Global Management.
  • Mr. Sadusky has over 45 years of private sector experience in the banking, finance and investment fields. That includes consumer and commercial lending, residential and commercial real estate and personal investment advising
  • Sreedhar Bharath is the Richard C Kraemer Professor of Finance. He joined the W. P. Carey School of Business in 2010 . Professor Bharath's research interests focus on Corporate Finance, Banking and Credit Risk.