Program areas: Energy Trading, Environmental Issues in Energy, Risk Management, Trading and Investments
Office: Adams Hall Room 107
Phone: (405) 325-7727
Address: 307 W. Brooks, Room 107
Norman, OK 73019
Associate Professor of Finance
Dr. Evgenia Golubeva received her undergraduate degree in Exploration Geophysics from Gubkin State Academy of Oil and Gas in Russia. Upon graduation she worked in the oil and gas industry. She earned an MBA and a Ph.D. in Finance from the University of Utah. Her research has been published in the Review of Financial Studies and the Journal of Financial Markets. She is also the author of a book chapter on environmental issues in energy. Dr. Golubeva has taught many courses at the undergraduate, MBA, and Executive levels, including online courses. Her main teaching areas are Investments, Trading, Energy, and Risk Management.
- Ph.D. in Finance, University of Utah
- Price College of Business Instructional Technology Enrichment Program Award, 2013
- Harold E. Hackler Outstanding MBA Professor Award, 2012
- Professor of the Year Award, Finance Student Association, 2005
- Professor of the Year Award, Finance Student Association, 2004
Book chapter: "Chapter 18: Carbon Management and Environmental Issues", Energy Finance and Economics: Analysis and Valuation, Risk Management, and the Future of Energy, Betty J. Simkins and Russell E. Simkins (Editors), John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2013, pages 425-442.
Lemmon, M., and E. Portniaguina, “Consumer confidence and asset prices: Some empirical evidence,” Review of Financial Studies 2006 19: 1499-1529
Portniaguina, E., D. Bernhardt, and E. Hughson, “Hybrid markets, tick size and investor trading costs,” Journal of Financial Markets 2006 9: 433 – 447
Kalay, A., and E. Portniaguina, “Swimming against the tides: The case of Aeroflex’ move from NYSE to NASDAQ,” Journal of Financial Markets, 2001 (4)3 pp.261 - 267