Tatiana Salikhova is currently an Assistant Professor of Finance at the University of Tulsa. She received her Ph.D. in Finance from University of Arkansas. She also holds a M.S. in Financial Economics and a B.S. in Economics from Lomonosov Moscow State University. Her research is focused on empirical corporate finance, social networks in finance, banking, and international finance and has been presented at top international conferences including Financial Management Association, Midwest Finance Association and Eastern Finance Association.
Empirical corporate finance, social networks in finance, international finance, banking
Salikhova , T., and T. Jandik. Divisional Manager Connectedness and Capital Allocation Efficiency.
Salikhova , T., and T. Jandik. Social Connections and Innovation in Diversified Conglomerates.
Salikhova , T., A. Ugarov, and S. Orlova. Dividend Smoothing and Agency Costs: Evidence from Sarbanes-Oxley Act.
Salikhova , T., and I. Nikitushkina. Financial Constraints, Investment and Liquidity: Evidence from Russian Companies.
Salikhova , T., and T. Jandik. The Effect of Social Connections on Capital Structure in Supplier-Customer Relationships.
Salikhova , T. Essays on Networks and Corporate Finance. ProQuest, 2019.
- Investment Analysis
- Investment Analysis and Management
- Intermediate Corporate Finance
- American Finance Association
- Western Finance Association
- Eastern Finance Association
- Financial Management Association