B.Comm., MBA, PhD
Dr. Erin Oldford received her PhD in Finance from Carleton University in 2017. Her research interests include firm, intra-industry, and economic effects of mergers and acquisitions, cross-borders transactions, and corporate restructurings. Erin teaches a variety of courses, including introductory and advanced corporate and investment finance.
- Senate Medal for Outstanding Academic Achievement (Doctoral Level)
- Carleton University Contract Instructor Teaching Award
- SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship
- Carleton University Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award
- Carleton Senate Medal (Masters Level)
- Sprott TA Excellence Award
- Oldford, E. & Otchere, I. (2016). Are cross-border acquisitions enemy of labor? An examination of employment and productivity effects. Pacific-Basin Finance Journal (in press).
- Oldford, E. & Otchere, I. (2011). Can commercialization improve the performance of stock exchanges even without corporatization? Financial Review 46(1), 67–87.
- Oldford, E. & Murphy, Steven. (2009). On the folly of rewarding A, while hoping for B: An introspective assessment of theory development in Organization Studies. Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings. Chicago, USA.