Felipe Cortest, Assistant Professor of Finance
Curriculum Vitae

Assistant Professor of Finance

Felipe Cortes

419F Hayden Hall
Northeastern University
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts 02115-5000

619.373.3155
f.cortes@northeastern.edu


Profile

Education

PhD in Finance, Washington University in St. Louis
Master in Business Administration, Washington University in St. Louis
BA in Economics, Universidad de los Andes

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Research & Teaching Interests

Professor Cortes’s current research interest lie in the area of corporate finance and banking, with a particular focus on the determinants of corporate cash holdings and the effect of loan securitization on lenders’ screening incentives and systematic risk. He has primary teaching interests in corporate finance and investments, and has taught in the Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis.

Industry & Academic Experience

Prior to joining Northeastern University, Professor Cortes served as an Instructor for finance courses and as a Graduate Research Assistant at Washington University in St. Louis.

Awards & Recognition

Paris December 2014 Finance Meeting

Financial Intermediation Research Society, Dubrovnik, Croatia, 2013

PhD Program Poster Presentation and Award Session Best Poster, 2012, Washington University in St. Louis

Publications

Selected Publications

Alok, S., Cortes, F., & Gopalan, R. (2015). Stock Price Informativeness and the Mix of Long-Term and Short-Term Pay: Causal Evidence. Social Science Research Network.

Cortes, F., Gomes, A., & Gopalan, R. (2015). Corporate Inversions: A Case of Having the Cake and Eating it Too?. Social Science Research Network.

Cortes, F., & Thakor, A. V. (2015). Does Securitization Increase Risk: A Theory of Loan Securitization, Reputation, and Credit Screening. Social Science Research Network.

Cortes, F. (2013). How Do Informational Frictions Affect the Firm's Choice of Asset Liquidity? The Effect of SOX Section 404. Social Science Research Network.