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Sanjay Kudrimoti

Sanjay Kudrimoti

Professional Details

Title: Assistant Professor
Office: CC-204
Phone: 978-542-6641
Email: sanjay.kudrimoti@salemstate.edu
Website: http://www.salemstate.edu/~skudrimoti

Spring Courses

Cat. # Term Course # Title
1483 01 FIN468 Advanced Financial Analysis
1484 01 FIN485 Finance Internship
1491 07 BUS170 Introduction to Business
1932 I1 FIN485 Finance Internship
2059 S1 FIN753 Retirement and Employee Benefits Planning
2061 S1 FIN800 Financial Decision Making and Value Creation

Professional Biography

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE    

Financial Advisor           Morgan Stanley                      2000 - 2001

Supervisor-Chemist      Asian Paints (India) Limited    1991 - 1998

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE 

2007 - Present              Salem State College, Assistant Professor

2006 - 2007                   University of South Florida, Adjunct Instructor

2007 - 2007                   Hillsborough Community College, Adjunct Instructor

2003 - 2006                   University of South Florida, Teaching Assistant

Professional Interests

Research: Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance, Financial Constraints, Financial Planning, Secondary Equity Offerings, Exchange Traded Funds

Selected Publications

"What Motivates Managers to Issue Equity?" co-authored with Donald Flagg. Journal of Financial and Economic Practice. Spring 2009

Selected Presentations

2009 Eastern Finance Association meeting, Washington, D.C

§ "Is the Level of Cash Holdings Influenced by Corporate Governance?" co-authored with Donald Flagg

2009 Midwest Finance Association meeting, Chicago, IL

§ "Do Management Decisions Matter When Firms are in Distress?" co-authored with Donald Flagg

2006 Eastern Finance Association - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

§ "Why Do Managers Issue Equity?" co-authored with Donald Flagg

2005 ­Financial Management Association meeting, Chicago, Illinois

§ "The Effect of Corporate Governance and Financial Constraint Status of

Firms on the Level of Cash Holdings"

Personal Interests

Reading and Running