Pankaj Jain, The Suzanne D. Palmer Professor and an Associate Professor of Finance
at the University of Memphis, has recently had exceptional success with his research
programs. Within a matter of months, seven of his articles have been accepted for
publication in top tier financial academic journals. His dedication to the development
and dissemination of new ideas reflects the strong commitment to excellence of the
University of Memphis’s business program.
Dr. Jain’s articles have/will be published in multiple leading academic journals including
the Journal of Financial Economics (JFE), Journal of Finance (JF), Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Journal of Air Transport Management, Financial Review, the Engineering Economist, Rethinking Valuation and Pricing Models and Pacific-Basin Finance Journal.
The nation’s most prestigious schools compete for placement in these top tier journals.
Dr. Jain’s accomplishments are a testament to the credibility of Fogelman College’s
“Professor Jain is an outstanding researcher who regularly publishes in the highest
quality financial journals. His recent works accepted/published in the Journal of Financial Economics and the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis speaks volumes to his excellent accomplishments,” says Dr. Christine Jiang, Department
Chairman of Finance at FCBE. “Professor Jain has also been a very engaging and effective
mentor for our doctoral students. He has worked closely with the FIR Ph.D. students
to help them publish in top quality journals as well.”
Dr. Jain is the winner of multiple research awards and academic excellence awards
from University of Memphis, Indiana University, Eastern Finance Association, Morgan
Stanley and Price Waterhouse Coopers LLC. His industry experience includes consulting
with some of the world’s foremost financial organizations such as the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), National Stock Exchange, Pinnacle Airlines, and Google Inc.
His research has been presented at the leading national and international conferences
of American Finance Association (AFA), Western Finance Association (WFA), National
Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), Financial Management Association (FMA), the Securities
and Exchange Commission (SEC) and also cited in several textbooks and journals.