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TRINH Tri

PhD, Management, Finance

Tri Trinh is Assistant Professor in Finance at NEOMA Business School. At NEOMA, he teaches Corporate Finance, Capital Budgeting, and Financing. His research interests are in empirical corporate finance and hedge funds. He has published a paper in the Journal of Financial Research, which explores the effects of Hedge Fund Activists on Corporate Mergers and Acquisitions. His research papers are have been accepted by several major conferences in finance and accounting including the Financial Management Association (FMA) Annual Conference, the European Accounting Association (EAA) Annual Conference, among others. He obtained his PhD in Finance at the Auburn University in 2019.

Areas of research

  • Corporate finance
  • Hedge fund
  • Tax avoidance

Recent academic contributions

  • TRINH, T., S.SWIDLER, K.YOST, "The Effect of Activist Investors on Firm Mergers and Acquisitions" in Financial Management Association Annual Meeting, 2018, San Diego, CA, United States

Academic conferences

  • TRINH, T., S.SWIDLER, K.YOST, "The Effect of Activist Investors on Firm Mergers and Acquisitions" in Financial Management Association Annual Meeting, 2018, San Diego, CA, United States
  • TRINH, T., S.SWIDLER, K.YOST, "The Effect of Activist Investors on Firm Mergers and Acquisitions" in 57 Annual Meeting of the Southern Finance Association Annual Meeting, 2017, Key West, FL, United States
  • TRINH, T., S.SWIDLER, K.YOST, "The Effect of Activist Investors on Firm Mergers and Acquisitions" in Southwestern Finance Association Annual Meeting, 2017, Little Rock, AR, United States