Faculty & Research

Jeff Oxman

Assistant Professor : Finance Department

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Jeffrey Oxman works primarily in the field of investments. He has published in Economics Letters and Review of Derivatives Research, and has contributed a chapter regarding inflation and stock returns for the book Inflation Sensitive Assets. His current projects include investigating the nature of returns on deep value investing, and the spill-over effects of LBO offers on the target firm's rivals.

Oxman teaches financial management at the undergraduate and graduate level, and investments at the undergraduate level. Oxman received his Ph.D. in finance from Syracuse University in 2009.


Academic Background

B. Comm., finance, University of Saskatchewan
M.B.A., finance, Simon Fraser University
Ph.D., finance w/minor in economics, Syracuse University

Research Specialties

  • Leveraged buyouts 
  • Industrial organization
  • Valuation
  • Asset bubbles and credit cycles

Current Research

  • Effects of LBOs on competitors
  • Excess returns on value-based portfolios

Major Works

  • Jarrow, R., Jeff Oxman and Y. Yildirim, "The Cost of Operational Risk Loss Insurance," Review of Derivatives Research 13:3 (2010): 1-26.

Significant Scholarly Honors

  • Syracuse University Fellow (2004-2008)
  • Whitman School of Management Outstanding Doctoral Teaching Award, 2007
  • Research Summer Grants, Syracuse University (2005, 2006, 2007)