Frederik P. Schlingemann is Professor of Corporate Finance at the Rotterdam School of Management of the Erasmus University and tenured Associate Professor of Finance and Barry J. Epstein Faculty Fellow at the Katz Graduate School of Business of the University of Pittsburgh. He earned his doctorate at The Ohio State University. He has taught a variety of courses at the executive level in Manchester (U.K.), Pittsburgh, Prague (Czech Republic), and Sao Paulo (Brazil). Frederik has also taught a number of executive seminars on valuation, personal finance, and general financial management for organizations like UPMC Medical Center, U.S. Steel, Raiffeisen Bank, Ceska Sporitelna Bank, and the Generali Group. He has won multiple teaching awards for his executive and MBA classes. Frederik has consulted for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on insider trading cases. His research primarily involves how M&A transactions affect shareholder value and has been published in top academic journals like the Journal of Finance, the Journal of Financial Economics, the Review of Financial Studies, and the Journal of Banking and Finance. His research has been cited in the Wall Street Journal, the Economist, Business Week, NPR, the International Herald Tribune, and the New York Times. He was nominated for the Brattle Prize in corporate finance by the Journal of Finance and is a winner of the Jensen Prize in Corporate Finance and Governance by the Journal of Financial Economics. Frederik was born in the Netherlands and resides in the U.S. since 1993. He is married and has two children.
L.L. Bargeron, F.P. Schlingemann, R.M. Stulz & C.J. Zutter (2017). What is the shareholder wealth impact of target CEO retention in private equity deals? In Journal of Corporate Finance (pp. 186-206). Elsevier