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BAYAR ASLI

Currently a PhD Candidate at the College of Business, Bilkent University, Ankara Turkey. She is a graduate of Department of Management, Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences, Middle East Technical University, Ankara. Her interests are Market Anomalies in Emerging Markets, Investments, Inventory Policies in Highly Volatile Inflationary Markets, and Market Volatility.


BEEKMAN AMY

Amy V. Beekman received her PhD from the University of South Carolina in 1997. She has a law degree from the University of Florida and an MBA from Florida Atlantic University. She has worked in Special asset division of Nationsbank where she negotiated loan workouts and restructurings and managed bankruptcy and foreclosure litigation in entrepreneurial ventures. She is currently visiting assistant professor at the University of South Carolina and has presented her research on high-growth entrepreneurial firms at the Academy of Management meeting.


BROYLES JACK

Senior Lecturer in Finance at the Warwick Business School in the University of Warwick, England. Formerly he taught at the Cranfield School of Management, at Templeton College, Oxford and at the London Business School where he was the founding Director of the Corporate Finance Programme. He was a Director of Oxford Economic Forecasting Ltd. He has acted as a training consultant for a large number of companies and international banks. He is a Fellow of the Association of Corporate Treasurers. Before entering academic life, he was the Planning Manager for an international manufacturing company based in the USA.
Dr. Broyles' first two degrees were taken at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. His doctoral dissertation at the London School of-Economics concerned A Stochastic Model of New York Stock Exchange Transactions.
Dr. Broyles has jointly authored three books on financial management: Modern Managerial Finance, Financial Management Handbook, and Corporate Finance. He has published numerous journal articles and contributed chapters to various books concerning corporate financial management. He was a member of the editorial Board of the Journal of Business Finance and Accounting and has been an active presenter of papers at conferences.