Lubin School of Business
Goldstein Academic Center 112
PhD , The Ohio State University , Columbus, OH , 1995
MBA , Indian Institute of Management , Bangalore, INDIA , 1989
BS , Andhra University , Visakhapatnam, India , 1983
Awards and Honors
- Q-Group Research Grant, 2003
- Chicago Quantitative Alliance, 2002
- Graduate School, Ohio State University, 1995
(2015, January (1st Quarter/Winter)).
Trading Strategies Around Earnings Announcements.
Journal of Trading.
Vol Winter 2015
, pages 1-16.
Kadiyala, P. & Viswanath, P. (2013, November). Size Effects in the Pricing of Corporate Bonds. Financial Markets, Institutions & Instruments. Vol 22 (Issue no. 4) , pages 229-258.
Kadiyala, P. & , . Are Treasury Fund Flows Affected by Investor Sentiment.
Financial Analysts Journal.
Kadiyala, P. & Karoui, A. Do Investors Ignore the Voices in their Heads? Investor Response to Information that is itself subject to behavioral bias.
Journal of Banking & Finance.
Kadiyala, P. & Viswanath, P. PRICING OF LARGE ORDERS IN THE CORPORATE BOND MARKET. Financial Review.
Kadiyala, P. & Viswanath, P. Execution of Large orders in the Corporate Bond Market. Journal of Financial Services Research.
Kadiyala, P. Indian IPOs: A Review. Shanta Nair and Subhasis Gangopadhyay (Eds.), Handbook on Law and Economics. Sage Publishers.
Kadiyala, P. Impact of the Change in Bankruptcy Law on Brazil's Capital Markets. Global Financial Journal.
Kadiyala, P. & Colak, O. DEFAULT PRONE BOND PRICES, VALUABLE GROWTH OPTIONS AND THE OPTION TO RE-ORGANIZE. Journal of Derivatives.
Chakravarthy, S. & Kadiyala, P. What do corporate bonds know? Establishing the link between financial distress and book to market ratio. Journal of Finance.
Kadiyala, P. Coskewness and the Long-Run Reversal Effect in Stock Returns. International Review of Economics and Finance.
Kadiyala, P. & Murthy, S. Project Selection and Stochastic Volatility of Asset Prices. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis.
Kadiyala, P. (2013, October 14). FMA 2013. Are Treasury Fund Flows affected by Investor Sentiment. FMA, Chicago
Kadiyala, P. (2012, November 16). Conference on Financial Economics and Accounting . Debt Structure and the Protections offered by Bankruptcy Law to Creditors, Debtors and the Firm. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
Kadiyala, P. & John, K. (2012, October 14). FDIC/JFSR 12th Annual Bank Conference. Debt Structure and the Protections offered by Bankruptcy Law to Creditors, Debtors and the Firm. FDIC/JFSR, Washington, D.C.
Grants, Contracts and Sponsored Research
Kadiyala, P. Pace University Thinkfinity Grants , Pace University , $5,000.00 . Funded,
Westchester County Business Journal [Newspaper],
November 24 2014
I was interviewed by a reported from this outlet on investment strategies in the Bio-Tech arena.
Financial Management Association
Society for Quantitative Analysts
LFC - Corporate Education [Committee Member]
LFC - Faculty Scholarship [Committee Member]
BOT sub-committee on Investment and Pensions
Desc: Faculty rep. on the BOT sub-committe
Committee's Key Accomplishments: Evaluate and select Investment Consultant for University. Evaluate and select pension plan fund providers.
Summer Action Team
Desc: I co-chaired the Summer action plan, an APAP team constituted by Provost Sukhatme. We met through out the Fall semester to fulfill our mandate, which was to explore ways to increase summer enrollment among undergraduate students, with a view to graduating them in four years or less. Christine, who co-chaired the committee, and I led a team of 10 members. We split up into four groups: curriculum, financial aid and tuition, housing, and online programming.
Committee's Key Accomplishments: We were asked to submit a report by early December 2012. The report is two pages long, but is supported by additional materials totaling 25 pages. I spent long hours poring over enrollment data by school, and course in every summer session in the last three years. It was imperative to understand what the data looked like before we could understand the drivers of summer enrolment. Our analysis was formulated into two recommendations: 1) Stay, Study and Save - a strategy tailor made for lower classmen, and 2) Stay, Study and Earn - a strategy designed to meet the needs of upper classmen. The provost has begun to implement some of our suggestions into the Summer 2013 session.