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Linda Allen

William F. Aldinger Chaired Professor in Banking and Finance

LindaAllen2014.jpgWilliam F. Aldinger Chaired Professor in Banking and Finance

(646) 312-3463
Linda.Allen@baruch.cuny.edu
pdfCurriculum Vitae


Education:

BA Queens College 1975
PhD New York University 1984

Areas of Expertise:

The Role of Financial Institutions in the Evolution of Financial Markets with Emphasis on Risk Analysis, Credit Risk Measurement and Management

Selected Publications:

"Does Systemic Risk in the Financial Sector Predict Future Economic Downturns?" with Turan Bali and Yi Tang, Review of Financial Studies, October 2012, vol. 25, 10, pp. 3000-3036.

"The Role of Banks in Dividend Policy," with Aron Gottesman, Anthony Saunders and Yi Tang, Financial Management, vol. 41, 3, Fall 2012, pp. 591-613.

"The Impact of Joint Participation on Liquidity in the Equity and Syndicated Bank Loan Markets," with Lin Peng and Aron Gottesman, Journal of Financial Intermediation, January 2012, vol. 21, 1, pp. 50-78.

"Foreign Direct Investment and Regulatory Remedies for Banking Crises: Lessons from Japan," with Suparna Chakraborty and Wako Watanabe, Journal of International Business Studies, lead article, September 2011, vol. 42, no. 7, pp. 875-893.

"Clawbacks and Cronyism: Evidence from China," with Guangzhong Li, Financial Management, Fall 2011, vol. 40, no. 3, pp. 733-756.

"Loan Underpricing and the Provision of Merger Advisory Services," with S. Peristiani, Journal of Banking and Finance, 2007 vol. 31, pp. 3539-3562.

"A New Theoretically-Grounded Microstructure Trading Model For Calculating Damages in Shareholder Class Action Litigation," Stanford Journal of Law, Business and Finance, vol. 12, no. 1, Autumn 2006, pp. 61-83.

Professional Activities:

American Finance Association

Financial Management Association

Forensic Expert Witness Association, Board Member, 2014-present

Standard & Poor’s Council of Academic Advisors, 2004-2010

Phi Beta Kappa

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