Macro corporate finance; International corporate finance.
Alexander Vadilyev is a Senior Lecturer in Finance. Alexander is a Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst and a full member of the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst Association. He is a member of the American Finance Association, Western Finance Association, Financial Management Association, and Financial Research Network Australia. Alexander’s research interests are centred on macro corporate finance, or linking the real activities of firms to economy-wide fluctuations and structural transformations, and international corporate finance, or understanding global and country-specific determinants of corporate decisions. Alexander’s work has been published in internally recognised outlets including Journal of Banking and Finance and Critical Finance Review.
What Drives Investment-Cash Flow Sensitivity around the World? An Asset Tangibility Perspective, with Nanda Vikram, Moshirian Fariborz, and Zhang Bohui, Journal of Banking and Finance (2017), vol.77, pp.1–17. Lead article.
Firms from Financially Developed Economies Do Not Save Less, Critical Finance Review (2020), vol.9, no.1-2, pp.305-351.
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Errata: https://jfqa.org/errata-and-other-materials/
FIRN Australia Best Policy Paper Award, 2014
Outstanding Paper Award, Korean Securities Association, 2013
Member of the American Finance Association, European Finance Association, Western Finance Association and Financial Research Network Australia.
Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst, CAIA Association Member.
ANU Bachelor of Finance Convenor, 2020, 2019
ANU RSFAS Brown Bag Seminar Convenor, 2016, 2017, S1 2018.
ANU RSFAS Summer Research Camp, Organising Committee, 2016.
AACSB Business Accreditation Team, 2015.
Alexander A. Vadilyev was a Visiting Assistant Professor at the Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia. He earned his Ph.D. in Finance and Master of Finance from the University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia), Master of Finance from the New Economic School (Moscow, Russia), and Bachelor of International Economics with honors from the Far Eastern National University (Vladivostok, Russia).
FINM8006 Advanced Investments (Graduate)
FINM7008 Applied Investments (Graduate)
FINM8100 Special Projects in Finance (Graduate)