Viktoriya B. Staneva is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the University of New Hampshire’s Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics. She earned her PhD in Finance from the Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, where she developed an interest in the field of empirical corporate finance.
Viktoriya’s research investigates the efficient operation of debt markets and the capital structure decisions of the firm. She is also currently working on research projects with a focus on corporate governance and behavioral finance.
Ph.D., Finance, CUNY Baruch College
M.Phil., Finance, CUNY Baruch College
B.S., Finance, Ramapo College Nj
ACFI 704: Derivative Securities &Markets
ACFI/FIN 804/704: Derivative Securities
ADMN 570: Intro to Financial Mgmt\Honors
FIN 704: Derivatives
Shea, C., Malone, M., Griffith, J., Graham, K., Staneva, V., & Banyard, V. (n.d.). Please Feel Free To Intervene: A Longitudinal Analysis of the Consequences of Bystander Behavioral Expectations. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education.
Staneva, V., & Krystyniak, K. (2019, October 23). “Is This Rating Worth It? The Benefits of Credit Ratings in the Dynamic Tradeoff Model”. In Financial Management Association Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA.
Miletkov, M., Staneva, V., & He, Z. (2019, June). The X factor in corporate board structure. In European Financial Management Association.
Miletkov, M., Staneva, V., & He, Z. (2019, June). The X factor in corporate board structure. In Financial Management Association European Conference.
Miletkov, M., Staneva, V., & He, Z. (2019, April). The X factor in corporate board structure. In Eastern Finance Association Annual Meeting.