Eilnaz joined Birmingham Business School as a Lecturer in Finance after successfully completing a PhD in Finance at Cass Business School and working as a lecturer in Finance at Swansea University. Her current research interests are empirical issues in corporate finance with a special focus on capital structure, debt maturity, IPOs, and delistings. She is a member of the American Finance Association (AFA), Financial Management Association (FMA), European Finance Association (EFA) and European Financial Management Association (EFMA).
Kashefi Pour, E., PO Survival and CEOs' Decision-Making Power: The Evidence of China, Research in International Business and Finance, Forthcoming.
Kashefi Pour, E. and Lasfer, M., (2013), Why do companies delist voluntarily from the stock market?, Journal of Banking and Finance 37, 4850–4860.
Kashefi Pour, E. and Lasfer, M., (2013), Size, market quotation, and debt maturity structure
Khansalar, E. and Kashefi Pour, E., (2013) Consistent earnings persistence
Kashefi Pour, E., (2011), The determinants of capital structure across firms’ sizes: The U.K evidence, International Journal of Finance Accounting and Economics Studies 1, pp. 45-73