Christina Atanasova

Associate Professor, Finance
Ph.D. Finance (Leeds), M.S. Finance (York)

Segal Room: SGL 3255
Segal Phone: 778.782.9689

Email Address: christina_atanasova@sfu.ca

Curriculum Vitae: View

Biography

Associate Professor of Finance Christina Atanasova joined the Beedie School of Business in 2007. Christina holds a PhD in Finance from Leeds University Business School. Her research interests include empirical corporate finance, corporate governance, capital structure, corporate risk management, and pension economics and finance.

Specialization and Research Interests

Empirical corporate finance, corporate governance, capital structure, corporate risk management, and pension economics and finance.

Selected Publications

Articles and Reports

Christina Atanasova; Evan Gatev

Pension plan risk-taking: Does it matter if the sponsor is publicly-traded?

2013 | Journal of Pension Economics and Finance. 12(2): 218-249

Christina Atanasova

How do firms choose between intermediary and supplier finance?

2012 | Financial Management. 41(1): 207-228

Christina Atanasova; Karel Hrazdil

Why do healthy firms freeze their defined benefit pension plans?

2010 | Global Finance Journal. 21(3): 293-303

Christina Atanasova; Robert S. Hudson

Technical trading rules and calendar anomalies: Are they the same phenomenon?

2010 | Economics Letters. 106(2): 128-130

Robert S. Hudson; Christina Atanasova

Equity returns at the turn of the month - further confirmation and insights

2009 | Financial Analysts Journal. 65(4): 14-16

Christina Atanasova; Jianhua Gang

The decline in the volatility of the business cycles in the UK

2008 | Manchester School. 76(1): 14-36

Christina Atanasova

Access to institutional finance and the use of trade credit

2007 | Financial Management. 36(1 (Spring)): 49-67

Christina Atanasova; Nicholas Wilson

Disequilibrium in the UK corporate loan market

2004 | Journal of Banking & Finance. 28(3 (March)): 595

Christina Atanasova

Credit market conditions and business cycle dynamics

2003 | Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics & Econometrics. 7(4): 1-22

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