Dr. Katsiaryna Salavei Bardos
Assistant Professor of Finance
o: Dolan School of Business Rm 2125
Katsiaryna Salavei is an Assistant Professor of Finance at Fairfield University. She teaches Introduction to Finance, Financial Management and Seminar in Real Estate at undergraduate and Corporate Finance at MBA and MS levels. She serves as a faculty advisor to students competing in Certified Financial Analyst Investment Research Challenge.
Katsiaryna Salavei received a B.A. in Management from Hartwick College (Oneonta, NY) and Ph.D. in Finance from the University of Connecticut. Prior to joining Fairfield University, she worked as a Visiting Assistant Professor at New York University, Stern School of Business, where she taught real estate and corporate finance courses. She also taught a number of undergraduate and MBA courses at the University of Connecticut while in the Ph.D. program. Her industry experience includes modeling the riskiness of mortgage portfolio for General Electric Consumer Finance Group.
Her research interests are real estate and corporate finance. Her current research examines the implications of the low quality of financial information for the cost of capital and the importance of litigation risk in determining market reaction to restatements. She is also currently working on analyzing the implications of option to redevelop for the pricing of commercial and residential real estate. She published article in top journals such as Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Journal of Urban Economics and Journal of Behavioral Finance. Her research received a best paper award at a national conference; has been discussed in CFO magazine, presented at the US Securities and Exchange Commission and referenced in a US Treasury White Paper.