|Solomon Tadesse is a visiting Assistant Professor of Finance
at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan at
Ann Arbor. He is also a Fellow of the Wharton Financial Institutions Center
at the University of Pennsylvania, and a William Davidson Research
Fellow at the University of Michigan. Dr. Tadesse holds a Ph.D. in
Finance, and graduate degrees in Accounting, Operations Research, and Financial Economics, as well as professional designations as a CMA and a CFM. |
Dr. Tadesse has active research interests in the areas of comparative corporate governance, corporate finance, international asset allocation and security selection, and emerging financial markets. His research has been published at the top-tier finance, economics and international business journals. Tadesse has won numerous awards and honors, including the national NASDAQ Fellowship for Capital Formation, the Allen Nash Outstanding Doctoral Graduate Award, the Bank of America Research Grants, and a Research Fellowship with the United States Congress. The Academy of International Business has recently nominated one of his research works for the Best Paper Award. His research and public-policy testimonies have been profiled in a number of national, international and industry news media. He is a member of the American Finance Association, the American Economics Association, the Academy of International Business, the Financial Management Association International, the Society of Financial Studies, and the Institute of Management Accountants.
Tadesse has taught courses on corporate finance, investments management and international finance at the Ph.D., MBA, and undergraduate levels. His recent graduate courses on Global Investments and Emerging Financial Markets have been well received among graduates, and prepares students for positions in high finance, training them in the art of international asset allocation and security selection. Dr. Tadesse is a two-time nominee for the highest university-wide teaching awards for excellence in undergraduate teaching, and excellence in graduate teaching.
Dr. Tadesse has also provided external consultancy to small and large corporations, investment houses such as hedge funds, and other national and international organizations. He has provided expert testimony before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission of the U.S. Congress which was televised nationwide on C-SPAN. Dr. Tadesse has also served as an advisor and fellow at the House Committee on Small Business of the United States Congress, providing advice and counsel on issues of small business finance. He has served as an invited speaker at high-profile international forums, including the Bank of International Settlement in Switzerland, the International Monetary Fund in the U.S., the European Central Bank in Germany, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System in the U.S., the Central Bank of Indonesia, and other professional forums in many countries.
Hearing before the U.S.- China Economic and Security Review Commission, U.S. Congress: China's Strategy and Objectives in Global Capital Markets
Address (as Invited Principal Speaker) before the Bank Indonesia's International Conference on Financial Sector Reform:
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