CredentialsPh.D. (Berkeley), M.A. Statistics (Berkeley), M.S. Envir. Econ. (Berkeley), M.S., B.S. Econ. (Montana State)
Alexander Vedrashko joined the Beedie School of Business in September 2007 after earning his PhD from the Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley. Alexander also holds three master's degrees - in economics, environmental and resource economics, and statistics. His current research interests focus on corporate policy, executive compensation, corporate governance, behavioral finance, and real estate finance.
Research InterestsCorporate finance; Payout policy; Anomalies; Executive compensation; Corporate governance; Real Estate Finance
articles and reports
Michaely, R., Rubin, A., & Vedrashko, A. (2016). Are Friday announcements special? Overcoming selection bias. Journal of Financial Economics, 122(1), 65-85. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.jfineco.2016.05.006
Michaely, R., Rubin, A., & Vedrashko, A. (2016). Further evidence on the strategic timing of earnings news: Joint analysis of weekdays and times of day. Journal of Accounting and Economics, 62(1), 24-45. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.jacceco.2016.04.002
Klein, P., Purdy, D., Schweigert, I., & Vedrashko, A. (2015). The Canadian Hedge Fund Industry: Performance and Market Timing. International Review of Finance, 15(3), 283-320. http://doi.org/10.1111/irfi.12055
Michaely, R., Rubin, A., & Vedrashko, A. (2014). Corporate governance and the timing of earnings announcements. Review of Finance, 18(6), 2003-2044. http://doi.org/10.1093/rof/rft054
Rubin, A., & Vedrashko, A. (2013). CEO trade timing and managerial talent. Social Science Research Network. http://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1311590
Babenko, I., Tserlukevich, Y., & Vedrashko, A. (2012). The credibility of open market share repurchase signaling. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 47(5), 1059-1088. http://doi.org/10.1017/S0022109012000312
books chapters and monographs
Shmeliov, G., McWilliams, B., Giraldez, J., & Vedrashko, A. (2002). Agricultural reform in Russia. In Klein, L., & Pomer, M. (Eds.), The New Russia: Transition Gone Awry (pp. 333-352). Palo Alto, California, United States: Stanford University Press.