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Kateryna Holland

Kateryna Holland

Assistant Professor
Finance

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  • Dynamics of Arbitrage

    How much do you know about crude oil storage in the U.S. and the relationship between this storage and crude oil prices? To enforce the Law of One Price, storage should increase when spreads between crude oil contract months widen enough for arbitrage. This happens but predominantly in one U.S. crude oil storage location. To find out more about this storage location and other interesting information, take a look at this video and Kateryna Holland’s paper titled “Dynamics of Arbitrage,” co-authored with Louis Ederington, Chitru Fernando, Thomas Lee, and Scott Linn.

  • Holland Research

    Is government bad for business? Study shows investors with political agendas hurt shareholders and firms

    Privately owned businesses are more efficient and profitable than governments. So goes the prevailing thought among financiers in the United States and many other countries. “The general conclusion is government ownership has a negative influence on firms,” said Kateryna Holland, an assistant professor of finance in the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University.

    Full story: Is government bad for business? Study shows investors with political agendas hurt shareholders and firms

Contact

khollan@purdue.edu
Phone: (765) 49-62194
Office: KRAN 522

Quick links

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Area(s) of Expertise

Empirical Corporate Finance Government Involvement in Firms Energy, especially crude oil