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					Christopher M. James Biography Interests: Financial Institutions, Corporate Finance Education: Ph.D., 1978; M.B.A., University of Michigan, 1977; B.A., Michigan State University, 1973. Professor James currently teaches in the area of corporate finance and private equity. Corporate capital acquisition policy, mutual fund performance, mergers and acquisitions, loan contracting and private equity are the focus of his research. Professor James served for several years as the John B. Rogers Professor of Finance at the University of Oregon and also had appointments with the FDIC, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Comptroller of the Currency, and the University of Michigan. Professor James is a consultant to a number of corporations on valuation and corporate financing issues. Author: “What a Difference a Month Makes: Stock Analyst Valuations Following Initial Public Offerings,” (with J. Karceski and J. Houston), Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, March 2006, Presented at Hong Kong Corporate Finance Conference, December, 2003. “The Strength of Analyst Coverage Following IPO’s,” (with J. Karceski), Journal of Financial Economics, October 2006, Presented at 2005 American Finance Association Meetings. “Investor Monitoring and Differences in Mutual Fund Performance,” (with J. Karceski), Journal of Banking and Finance, 2006, Presented at 2001 American Finance Association Meetings. “Banks and Bubbles: How Good are Bankers at Spotting Winners?” (with L. Gonzalez), forthcoming, Journal of Financial Economics, 2007. “Do Banks Provide Financial Slack?" (with C. Hadlock), Journal of Finance, Forthcoming 2001."Do Relationships Have Limits? Banking Relationships, Financial Constraints and Investment" (with J. Houston), Journal of Business, July 2001."Where Do Merger Gains Come From? Bank Mergers From the Perspective of Insiders and Outsiders." (with J. Houston and M. Ryngaert), Journal of Financial Economics, May 2001." "Are Banks Still Special? New Evidence in the Corporate Capital-Raising Process", (with D. Smith), Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, Winter 2000. "Do Bank Internal Capital Markets Promote Lending?", (with J. Houston), Journal of Banking and Finance, November, 1998. "Using Internal Capital Markets to Lower Capital Costs in Banking" (with J. Houston) Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, Summer, 1998. "Capital Market Frictions and the Role of Internal Capital Markets in Banking" (with J. Houston and D. Marcus) Journal of Financial Economics, November 1997. "Bank Debt Restructurings and the Composition of Exchange Offers in Financial Distress," Journal of Finance, 1996; "Bank Information Monopolies and the Mix of Private and Public Debt Claims," Journal of Finance, with J. Houston, 1996; "CEO Compensation

and Bank Risk: Is Compensation Structured in Banking to Promote Risk Taking?" Journal of Monetary Economics, 1995; "When Do Banks Take Equity in Debt Restructurings?" Review of Financial Studies, 1995; "Banc One’s Index Amortizing Swap Strategy," Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, with C. Smith, 1994; "Asset Sales in Financial Distress," Journal of Corporate Finance, with D. Brown and B. Mooradian, 1994; Studies in Financial Institutions: Commercial Banks, with C. Smith, 1994; "The Information Content of Exchange Offers made by Financially Distressed Firms," Journal of Financial Economics, with D. Brown and B. Mooradian, 1993; "Management and Organizational Changes in Banking: A Comparison of Regulatory Intervention with Private Creditor Actions in Nonbank Firms," Carnegie Rochester Conference Series, 1992; "Relationship Specific Assets and the Pricing of Underwriter Services," Journal of Finance, 1992; "The Losses on Failed Bank Assets," Journal of Finance, 1991; "Heterogeneous Creditors and the Market Value of Bank LDC Loan Portfolios," Journal of Monetary Economics, 1990; "Borrowing Relationships, Intermediation and the Cost of Issuing Public Securities," Journal of Financial Economics, with P. Wier, 1990; "Empirical Evidence of Implicit Guarantees of Bank Foreign Loan Exposure," Carnegie Rochester Conference Series, 1989; "An Analysis of the Use of Loan Sales and SLC’s by Commercial Banks," Journal of Monetary Economics, 1988; "The Influence of Competitive Takeover and Product Markets on Corporate Board Structure," Journal of Law and Economics, with J. Brickley, 1987; "Returns to Acquires and Competition in the Acquisition Market: The Case of Banking," Journal of Political Economy, with P. Wier, 1987; "Wealth Effects of FDIC Failed Bank Auctions," Journal of Monetary Economics, with P. Wier, 1987; "Some Evidence of the Uniqueness of Bank Loans," Journal of Financial Economics, 1987; "Off-Balance Sheet Banking," Economic Review, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, 1987. Editorial Boards: Journal of Financial Economics, 1993 - present; Journal of Financial Services Research , 1989 - present; Co-editor, Journal of Financial Intermediation, 1988 - 2000; Associate Editor: Journal of Finance, 1988 - 2000; Journal of Managerial and Decision Economics, 1988 - present. Grants and Consulting: Consultant to numerous banks, financial institutions and bank regulatory agencies. Honors and Fellowships: Outstanding Teaching Award, M.B.A. Program, University of Florida, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002; Harry R. Jacobs, Professional Service Award, University of Oregon, 1985; Outstanding Teaching Award, M.B.A. Association, University of Oregon, 1985; Valedictorian, Michigan State University, 1973.


				
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