Narasimhan Jegadeesh
Harry A. Brandt Distinguished Chair and Professor of Finance

Department of Finance, College of Business

Degrees | Positions | Publications | Honors | Academic Service | Teaching/Research | Courses
Ph.D. Finance, Columbia University, 1987
M.B.A., Indian Institute of Management
B. Tech Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology.
Positions Held
At the University of Illinois since 1993. Assistant professor at UCLA, 1987-93. Executive at Sundaram Clayton Ltd., 1980-83.
Recent Publications
"Advanced Tools for Fixed Income Professionals" ed. with B. Tuckman (John Wiley & Sons, 1999). "Futures vs. Forward Contracts: Implications for Valuations of Swaps and Derivatives," with M. Grinblatt, in Advanced Tools for Fixed Income Professionals (1999). "An Analysis of Bidding in JGB Auctions," with Y. Hamao, Journal of Finance (1998). "Momentum Strategies," with L. Chan and J. Lakonishok, Journal of Finance (1996). "The Behavior of Interest Rates Implied by the Term Structure of Eurodollar Futures," with G. Pennacchi, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Vol. 28 (1996). "Evaluating the Performance of Value versus Growth Stocks: The Impact of Selection Bias," with L. Chan and J. Lakonishok, Journal of Financial Economics (1995). "Short Horizon Return Reversals and the Bid-Ask Spread," with S. Titman, Journal of Financial Intermediation (1995). "Pre Tender-Offer Share Acquisition Strategy in Takeovers," with Bhagwan Chowdhry, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (1994). "Treasury Auction Bids and the Salomon Squeeze, Journal of Finance (1993). "Returns to Buying Winners and Selling Losers: Implications for Market Efficiency," with S. Titman, Journal of Finance (1993).
Honors and Awards
Bailey Scholar, 1997. Trefftzs Award, 1987.
Academic Service
Associate editor, Journal of Securities Markets.
Teaching and Research
Teaches courses in investments. Research focuses on investments, futures and options, and fixed-income markets.

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