Mary Jo Vaughn Rauscher Chair in Financial Investments
Academic Director, The EnCap Investments & LCM Group Alternative Asset Management Center
Academic Director, The Don Jackson Center for Financial Studies and Center
PhD, Finance, The George Washington University, 1998
MBA, Finance Concentration, University of Colorado, 1988
BS, Indiana University, Bloomington, 1987
Mary Jo Vaughn Rauscher Chair in Financial Investments and is the Director of the Don Jackson Center for Financial Studies and the EnCap Investments & LCM Group Alternative Asset Management Center.
Dr. Maxwell teaches in the undergraduate Alternative Assets Management Program. He has been recognized for his outstanding teaching with numerous awards and was named as one of Poets and Quants’ 2017 Top 40 Undergraduate Business School Professors.
Leveraged Financial Markets: Leveraged Loans, High Yield Bonds & Credit Default Swaps, McGraw-Hill, 2011 and High Yield Bonds: Market Structure, Portfolio Management, and Credit Risk Modeling, McGraw-Hill, 1999. His work has been noted in the numerous outlets including the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Forbes, USA Today, Smart Money, & Bloomberg News.
Most Recent Articles
Transparency, Capital Commitment, and Illiquidity in Corporate Bonds, with H. Bessembinder, S. Jacobsen and K. Venkataraman, Journal of Finance, forthcoming.
Refinancing Risk and Cash Holdings, with S. Klasa & J. Harford, Journal of Finance, 2014, v69i3, 975-1012. [Lead Article]
Trading Activity and Transaction Costs in Structured Credit Products, H. Bessembinder and K. Venkataraman, Financial Analyst Journal, 2013, v69n6, 55-67.
Leveraged Financial Markets: Leveraged Loans, High Yield Bonds & Credit Default Swaps, McGraw-Hill, 2011
High Yield Bonds: Market Structure, Portfolio Management, and Credit Risk Modeling, 1999
Alternative Assets Management Program (undergraduate)