1 Prof. Dr. Rezaul KABIR Professor of Department of Finance and Accounting, School of Management and Governance University of Twente, P. O. Box 217, 7500 AE Enschede, The Netherlands. Tel , Fax Areas of interest Corporate finance Corporate governance Investments Capital market research Law and finance Education Ph.D. in Finance, Maastricht University, The Netherlands. Master of Arts in Economics, University of Leuven, Belgium. Master of Business Administration, University of Leuven, Belgium. Master of Business Administration, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Career University of Stirling, Department of Accounting and Finance, The United Kingdom. Tilburg University, Department of Finance, The Netherlands. University of Antwerp, Faculty of Applied Economic Sciences, Belgium. Central University of Finance and Economics, School of Finance, Beijing, China. New York University, Stern School of Business, Department of Finance, USA. University of Liege, Faculty of Economics, Management and Social Sciences, Belgium.
2 2 Maastricht University, Department of Finance, The Netherlands. Fisons Bangladesh Ltd., Dhaka, Bangladesh. Teaching University of Twente (2009 present) Master Class Financial Management Financial Risk Management (Executive programme: Master in Risk Management) University of Stirling ( ) Issues in Security and Portfolio Analysis Research Methods Tilburg University ( ) Empirical Financial Analysis Financial Management International Finance Seminar International Business Finance Executive Courses at TIAS University of Antwerp ( ) Empirical Central University of Finance and Economics (2004) Advanced Financial Management
3 3 University of Liege (2000) Mergers and Acquisitions New York University (1996) Financial Management Maastricht University ( ) Government and Finance Publications Capital structure around the world: the roles of firm- and country-specific determinants, Journal of Banking and Finance, Vol. 32, 2008, pp (with Abe de Jong and Thuy Nguyen). Business groups and profit redistribution: a boon or a bane for firms?, Journal of Business Research, Vol.61, 2008, pp (with Rejie George). Is the pay - performance relationship always positive? Evidence from the Netherlands, Journal of Multinational Financial Management, Vol. 18, 2008, pp (with Pieter Duffhues). Foreign and domestic ownership, business groups and firm performance: evidence from a large emerging market, Strategic Management Journal, Vol. 27, 2006, pp (with Sytse Douma and Rejie George). Empirical evidence on the role of trading suspensions in disseminating new information to the capital market, Journal of Business Finance & Accounting, Vol. 33, 2006, pp (with Peter-Jan Engelen). Corporate financing in the Netherlands: some empirical evidence, in L. Renneboog (ed.), Advances in and Asset Pricing, Elsevier, Executive compensation and firm performance in the Netherlands (in Dutch), Economisch Statistische Berichten, Vol. 90, No. 4470, 2005, pp (with Roel Cornellisse and Piet Duffhues).
4 4 The impact of corporate governance on firm performance and growth potential: an analysis of three different European governance regimes, in I. Filatotchev and M. Wright (eds.), The Life Cycle of Corporate Governance, Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 2005, pp (with Carles Gispert, Abe de Jong, and Luc Renneboog). Can the stock market anticipate future operating performance? Evidence from equity rights issues, Journal of, Vol. 9, 2003, pp (with Peter Roosenboom). What explains the difference between the futures' price and its fair value? Evidence from the European Options Exchange, Research in Banking and Finance, Vol. 3, 2003, pp (with Tom Berglund). The relation between employee stock options and the financial performance of Dutch corporations (in Dutch), Bedrijfskunde, Vol. 75, 2003, pp (with Piet Duffhues, Gerard Mertens and Peter Roosenboom). The stock market performance of the central banks of Belgium and Japan, Journal of Economics and Business, Vol. 54, 2002, pp (with Larry Goldberg). Employee stock options and firm performance in the Netherlands, in J. McCahery et al. (eds.), Corporate Governance Regimes: Convergence and Diversity, Oxford University Press, 2002, pp , (with Piet Duffhues, Gerard Mertens and Peter Roosenboom). Takeover defenses and corporate governance: recent developments (in Dutch), Handboek OR, Strategie en Beleid, Kluwer, 2001, (with Jos Grazell). ISBN Ownership and control in the Netherlands, in F. Barca and M. Becht (eds.), The Control of Corporate Europe, Oxford University Press, 2001, pp (with Abe de Jong, Teye Marra and Ailsa Röell). The price and volatility effects of stock option introductions: A re-examination, Research in Banking and Finance, Vol. 1, 2000, pp Employee stock options, finance theory and financial reporting (in Dutch), Economisch Statistische Berichten, Vol. 84, 1999, pp , (with Piet Duffhues and Gerard Mertens). Takeover defenses, ownership structure and stock returns in the Netherlands: An empirical analysis, Strategic Management Journal, Vol. 18, 1997, pp , (with Dolf Cantrijn and Andreas Jeunink). Reprinted in Corporate Governance and, Ruud van Frederikslust, James Ang and Sudi Sudarsanam, Eds., 2007, Routledge, UK. Insider trading restrictions and the stock market: Evidence from the Amsterdam Stock Exchange, European Economic Review, Vol. 40, 1996, pp , (with Theo Vermaelen).
5 5 Performance measures for stock exchange listed companies (in Dutch), Maandblad voor Accountancy en Bedrijfseconomie, Vol. 70, 1996, pp , (with Sytse Douma). Koninklijke PTT Nederland in European Casebook on Finance, P. Stonham and K. Redhead, eds., Prentice Hall, 1995, pp , (with Karel Scheppers). Share price behaviour around trading suspensions on the London Stock Exchange, Applied Financial Economics, Vol. 4, 1994, pp Trading behavior and firm-specific characteristics during the crash of 1987: Evidence from the Netherlands, Journal of Multinational Financial Management, Vol. 3, 1993, pp , (with Uri Ben-Zion); Reprinted in European Equity Markets and Corporate Financial Decisions, J. Doukas and I. Mathur, Eds., 1993, Haworth Press, USA. Takeover defenses and the role of shareholders (in Dutch), Nederlands Instituut voor het Bank- en Effectenbedrijf, 1993, (with Dolf Cantrijn and Andreas Jeunink). ISBN The price effect of equity issues on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange (in Dutch), Financiering en Belegging: Stand van zaken anno 1993, D.J. Baestaens and W.M. van den Bergh, eds., Erasmus University of Rotterdam, 1993, pp , (with Paul Arts). The relationship between ownership structure and takeover defenses (in Dutch), De Naamlooze Vennootschap, Vol. 71, 1993, pp , (with Andreas Jeunink). Share price and trading volume behaviour around trading suspensions, Maandblad voor Accountancy en Bedrijfseconomie, Vol. 66, 1992, pp The influence of preferred defense shares on stock prices (in Dutch), Maandblad voor Accountancy en Bedrijfseconomie, Vol. 66, 1992, pp , (with Dolf Cantrijn). Trading suspensions on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange (in Dutch), Bedrijfskunde, Vol. 63, 1991, pp Security market regulation: an empirical investigation of trading suspension and insider trading restriction, PhD Dissertation, Datawyse, ISBN Estimating import-demand and export-demand functions: The case of Bangladesh, Bangladesh Development Studies, Vol. 16, 1988, pp The influence of regulations on the securities market (in Dutch), Financiering en Belegging: Stand van zaken anno 1988, A. Kemna, (eds.), Erasmus University Rotterdam, 1988, pp