Stanislava (Stas) Nikolova

Stanislava (Stas) Nikolova

Stanislava (Stas)  Nikolova Photo
Assistant Professor
Finance
Education
Ph.D. Finance, University of Florida
B.S. Management, State University of New York - Geneseo
Biography
Dr. Nikolova comes to CBA from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission where she was a Senior Financial Economist with the Division of Economic and Risk Analysis. Prior to this, she was on the faculty of George Mason University. Dr. Nikolova's research focuses on fixed-income securities, credit risk, and regulation of the financial sector.
Publications
A. D. Jagolinzer, K. W. Hanley and S. Nikolova, Strategic Estimation of Asset Fair Values, 2018, Journal of Accounting and Economics, forthcoming.
G. Jostova, S. Nikolova, A. Philipov and C. W. Stahel, Momentum in Corporate Bond Returns, 2013, Review of Financial Studies 26, 1649-1693.
M. J. Flannery, S. Nikolova and Ö. Öztekin, Leverage Expectations and Bond Credit Spreads, 2012, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis 47, 689-714. [Lead article]
Working Papers
The Transaction Costs of Trading Corporate Credit. (with O. Shachar and C. W. Stahel)
Conferences: AFA 2015, FIRS 2015, Fixed Income 2015, FMA Europe 2015
Reject & resubmit at The Journal of Finance
Rethinking the Use of Credit Ratings in Capital Regulation. (with K. W. Hanley)
Conferences: WFA 2014, NBER 2014, FDIC/JFSR 2014, CREDIT 2014, Bocconi/CAREFIN 2014, FMA 2014, FMA Europe 2014, MIT Consortium 2013
Portfolio Similarity and Asset Liquidation in the Insurance Industry. (with M. Getmansky, G. Girardi, K. W. Hanley and L. Pelizzon)
Conferences: AFA 2017, SEC 2017, Econometrics of Financial Markets 2017, Temple Conference 2016, MIT Consortium 2015
The Bond Pricing Implications of Rating-Based Capital Requirements. (with S. Murray)
Conferences: CFEA 2017, INQUIRE Europe/UK 2018
Internet Appendix
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Contact Information

CoB 425 W
P.O. Box 880490
Lincoln, NE 68588-0490
Phone: 402-472-6049
Fax: 402-472-5140
snikolova2@unl.edu

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