Shahbaz Sheikh

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Associate Professor
PhD, International Economics and Finance, International Business School, Brandeis University, USA (2004)

Office: SSC 4416
Phone: 519-661-2111 x82294
Email: ssheik2@uwo.ca


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TEACHING INTERESTS:

Corporate Finance, Derivatives and Risk Management

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance, Institutional Economics

REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS

Sheikh, S. (Forthcoming). An examination of the dimensions of CEO power and corporate social responsibility. Review of Accounting and Finance.

Chakraborty, A., Gau, L., & Sheikh, S. (forthcoming). Corporate governance and risk in cross-listed and Canadian only companies. Management Decision.

Sheikh, S. (forthcoming). CEO power, product market competition and firm value. Research in International Business and Finance.

Chakraborty, A., Gau, L., & Sheikh, S. (forthcoming). Does size affect the relationship between option compensation and managerial risk taking? Evidence from Canadian listed companies. International Journal of Finance and Economics.

Sheikh, S. (forthcoming). Is corporate social responsibility a value increasing investment? Evidence from antitakeover provisions. Global Finance Journal.

Chakraborty, A., Gau, L., & Sheikh, S. (forthcoming). Managerial risk taking incentives, corporate social responsibility and firm risk. Journal of Economics and Business.

Sheikh, S. (2018). Corporate social responsibility, product market competition and firm value. Journal of Economics and Business, 98, 40-55.

Sheikh, S. (2018). The impact of competition on the relation between CEO power and firm innovation. Journal of Multinational Financial Management, 44, 36-50.

Sheikh, S. (2017). Threat of termination and firm innovation. Annals of Finance, 13, 75-95.

Sheikh, S. (2017). Peer group benchmarking in CEO compensation and firm innovation: Evidence from patents and citations. International Journal of Accounting and Finance, 7(2), 163-184.

Sheikh, S. (2017). Relative compensation and CEO turnover. Frontiers in Finance and Economics, 14(1) 1-28. Lead article