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Ravi Jain

UMass Lowell Associate Professor Ravi Jain
Ravi JainAssociate Professor
  • CollegeManning School of Business
  • DepartmentManagement
  • Phone(978) 934-2854
  • EmailRavi_Jain@uml.edu

Research Interests

Dr. Jain's research interests include corporate finance and financial markets.

Education

  • Ph D: Finance, (2004), University of Missouri - Columbia, MO
    Dissertation/Thesis Title: Essays on Boards of Directors
  • Other: Chartered Financial Analyst, (2000), CFA Institute - United States of America
  • MS: Finance and Control, (1993), University of Delhi - Delhi, India
  • Other, (1991), University of Delhi - Delhi, India

Awards and Honors

  • Teaching Excellence Award (2012), Teaching - Management Department, University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • Teaching Excellence Award (2010), Teaching - Management Department, University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • Teachers Award (2008) - Student Governance Association, University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • Teaching Excellence Award (2008), Teaching - Management Department, University of Massachusetts Lowell

Publications

  • Poudel, R., Jain, R. (2016) "A Re-Examination of Increasing Cash Holdings," SSRN
  • Andrews, F., Jain, R., Poudel, R. (2015) "Index Changes and Cash Policy," Review of Business 36:1 pp. 5
  • Prasad, D., Puri, Y.R., Jain, R. (2015) "Return to Profitability After a Financial Crisis," International Journal of Business & Finance Research (IJBFR) 9:1 pp. 89-101
  • Jain, R. (2012) "Antitakeover Protection and R&D Expenditure," The Journal of Business and Economic Studies 18:1 pp. 96-115,136
  • Jain, R., Prasad, D. (2012) "Country Versus Industry Effect on Board Structures," Accounting & Taxation 4:1 pp. 1-9
  • Jain, R., Prasad, D. (2012) "Country Versus Industry Effect on Boardstructures," Accounting & Taxation 4:1 pp. 1-9
  • Howe, J.S., Jain, R. (2010) "Testing the Trade-off Theory of Capital Structure," Global R
  • Bouges, J.C., Jain, R., Puri, Y.R. (2009) "American depository receipts and calendar anomalies," Applied Financial Economics 19:1 pp. 17-25
  • Bouges, J.C., Jain, R., Puri, Y.R. (2009) "American depository receipts and calendar anomalies," Applied Financial Economics 19:1 pp. 17-25
  • Freund, S., Jain, R., Puri, Y.R. (2007) "The Turn-of-the-Month Effect in Stocks Trading on the National Stock Exchange of India," Journal of Emerging Markets 12:1 pp. 14-22

Presentations

  • Too Big To Fail: Effect of Size on Stock Returns During a Crisis. - AIMS Annual Conference, January 2013 - Bangalore, India
  • Too Big to Fail: Effect of Size on Stock Returns during a Crisis. - Academy of Business Research conference, September 2011 - Atlantic City, NJ
  • Country vs. Industry Effect on Board Structures. - Intellectbase International Consortium Academic Conference, May 2011 - Nashville, TN
  • Index Changes and Cash Policy. - Financial Services Institute Symposium, September 2010 - New York City, NY
  • Testing the Trade_off Theory of Capital Structure. - Allied Academic Conference, October 2009 - Las Vegas, NV
  • Calendar Anomalies During the Dot-Com Bubble. - Global Digital Business Society Conference, May 2009 - Orlando, FL
  • An Examination of the Liquidity of Firms Around a Financial Crisis. - Intellectbase International Consortium, March 2009 - Dallas, TX
  • Return to Profitability after a Financial Crisis. - International Applied Business Research Conference, March 2009 - San Antonio, TX
  • Adoption of Antitakeover Legislation and Growth. - Academy of Accounting, Finance, and Economics, December 2008 - New Orleans, LA