Renee Oyotode Epse Adebile


  • Investment
  • Corporate Finance
  • International Finance
  • Emerging Market
Dr. Renee Adebile is an associate professor of finance at the University of Wisconsin Parkside with over 7 years of experience teaching finance to students at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Her students indicate that she is a dedicated teacher who continuously focuses on student success as she seeks to provide students with an excellent environment focusing on experiential learning. She served in multiple leadership and service positions for her institutions, community, and profession. She led numerous university-level committees, served as a faculty senator, and is a certified evaluator for the Accreditation Council of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). Dr. Adebile has also served on more than 9 program committees for academic conferences ranging from the Southwestern Finance Association, Southern Finance Association, Eastern Finance Association, and Financial Management Association. As a reviewer, she has contributed to journals such as the Journal of Managerial Finance, the International Journal of Managerial Finance, The Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance, The International Journal of Finance and Economics, etc. Her research focuses on corporate finance, emphasizing the impact of social capital, trust, and gender diversity on financial outcomes. Her publications include contributions to The Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance, the Journal of Financial Research, the International Journal of Managerial Finance, the Journal of Emerging Market Finance, the International Journal of Portfolio Analysis and Management, etc.

Teaching Interests

My teaching interests are: Investment, Fintech, Corporate Finance, International Finance

Research Interests

My research interests are : Gender diversity, Social capital, Investment, Emerging Markets, International finance, and Institutional ownership.

Consulting Interests

Financial Modelling, Valuation, and Security analysis.

Selected Publications

: Societal trust and corporate bankruptcy., Journal of Financial Stability

: Does the legal status of MFIs affect economic development: Evidence from emerging countries?, International Review of Financial Analysis

: Does societal trust affect the capital structure of microfinance institutions? , Journal of Financial Research

: Firm efficiency, and economic policy uncertainty, Journal of Business Finance and Accounting

2022: The impact of gender-diverse board and institutional investors on accruals management, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance (100621 pp.)

2021: Is social capital a determinant of board gender diversity?, Journal of Financial Research (25-52 pp.)

2020: The Relative Role of Sovereign CDS and Bond Markets in Efficiently Pricing Emerging Market Sovereign Credit Risk, Journal of Emerging Market Finance (296-325 pp.)

2019: Board gender diversity and US corporate bonds, International Journal of Managerial Finance (771-791 pp.)

2018: Efficiency of capital markets: a new perspective on the value premium and day-of-the-week effect, International Journal of Portfolio Analysis and Management (114 pp.)

2015: The moderating effect of marketing capabilities on the relationship between changes in CSR perceptions and changes in brand equity, International Management Review (17 pp.)

FIN 335 - Investments
FIN 431 - Advanced Managerial Finance
FIN 435 - Security Analys/Portfolio Mgt
MBA 732 - Corporate Financial Management
MBA 733 - Investments
MBA 735 - International Financial Mgmt
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