Craig W. Holden is a Professor of Finance and Boquist-Meyer Faculty Fellow at the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. His M.B.A. and Ph.D. are from the Anderson School at UCLA. He is the winner of multiple research awards, including a Fama/DFA Prize in Financial Economics, and multiple teaching awards. His research on market microstructure has been published in leading academic journals and has been cited more than 2,000 times (see his Google Scholar profile). He has chaired 20 dissertations, been a member or chair of 58 dissertations, serves as an Associate Editor of the Journal of Financial Markets, serves as the Secretary-Treasurer of the Society for Financial Studies, and serves on the program committees of the Western Finance Association and European Finance Association. He has authored Excel Modeling in Investments Fifth Edition, and Excel Modeling in Corporate Finance Fifth Edition, available in International, Chinese, and Italian editions. He chaired the department undergraduate committee for thirteen years, chaired the department doctoral committee for four years, chaired three different school committees, served on the campus tenure advisory committee for three years, and currently serves on the school’s faculty review committee. He has led several major curriculum innovations in the finance department. For more details, see Craig’s 2015 Vita.
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