Jitendra Aswani

Ph.D. Candidate in Business Economics, Fordham University


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I am a Ph.D. candidate at Gabelli School of Business, Fordham University.

My current research focuses on the interaction of behavioral and environmental economics with finance.

Areas of interest: Empirical Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG), and Behavioral Economics.

Curriculum Vitae (Updated Febuary 2021)


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Email: jaswani@fordham.edu


Working Papers

Group Identity and Agency Frictions: Evidence using Big Data

Media Coverage: Oxford Business Law Blog, BeingBrief.in

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Conferences: AFA 2021 (Poster Session), FMA 2020 (Ph.D. Consortium, Proposal), Royal Economic Society (RES) Annual Meeting 2021 (Scheduled), Australasian Finance and Banking Conference (AFBC) 2020.

Are carbon emissions associated with stock returns?

(with Shivaram Rajgopal and Aneesh Raghunandan)

Seminars: Ohio State University (Scheduled)

Cost of Conscious Capitalism

(with Alona Bilokha, Mingying Cheng, and Benjamin Cole)

Current Version: October 2020

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Conferences: AFA 2021 (Poster Session), FMA 2019, MFA 2021 (Scheduled).

Impact of JOBS Act on M&As

(with Sudip Gupta, Iftekhar Hasan, and Anthony Saunders)

Media Coverage: Columbia Law School (CLS) Blue Sky Blog

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Conferences: MFA 2018, FMA 2018, Australasian Finance and Banking Conference (ABFC) 2018.

Tournament Culture and Corporate Misconduct: Evidence using Machine Learning

(with Franco Fiordelisi)

Media Coverage: Oxford Business Law Blog

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Conferences: FMA 2020, Financial Research Group (FRG) Field Workshop 2020.

How do Debt Markets React to Mandatory CSR? : Evidence using Indian Companies Act 2013

(with Iftekhar Hasan and N.K. Chidambaran)

Media Coverage: NSE White Paper Series

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Research Grant: NSE - NYU Stern research grant for studying Indian capital markets.

Conferences: New York University (NYU) - National Stock Exchange (NSE) Conference 2018, Global PhD Colloquium 2019, FMA 2020.


Work in Progress

Innovation Complexity, Market Belief, and Firm Growth