University of Texas at Austin
McCombs School of Business McCombs School of Business

Beverly Hadaway

Associate Professor Emeritus

Department: Finance

Additional Titles: Associate Chair, Finance Department
Director, EDS Financial Trading and Technology Center

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Biography Beverly Hadaway, Associate Professor Emeritus

Beverly Hadaway received her B.B.A. from North Texas State University and her M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Alabama. Her research interests include capital structure, agency theory, and corporate governance issues. Her teaching interests include corporate finance and macro-environmental analysis.
Beverly L. Hadaway. 1993. Some Perspectives On The Banking Environment: 1988-1992. Texas Business Review.
Beverly L. Hadaway. 1991. The Texas Economy: Financing Availability. entral Texas Economic Development District Newsletter.
Beverly L. Hadaway and S.C. Hadaway. 1989. Do Institutional Constraints Hobble Performance? Journal of Portfolio Management 16, 33-37.
Paula C. Murray and Beverly L. Hadaway. 1986. A Summary of Mortgage-Backed Securities: A Review of Financial and Legal Issues. Law Review Digest 35, 27-28.
Paula C. Murray and Beverly L. Hadaway. 1986. Mortgage-Backed Securities: An Investigation of Legal and Financial Issues. Journal of Corporation Law 11, 203-253.
Beverly L. Hadaway. 1985. Discretionary Managerial Behavior Effects of Savings and Loan Conversions: Competitive Implications for the Industry in a Deregulated Environment. Journal of Applied Economics 17, 451-466.
Beverly L. Hadaway. 1984. Implications of Savings and Loan Conversions in a Deregulated World. Journal of Bank Research 16-16, 44-55.
Beverly L. Hadaway. 1982. Alternative Mortgage Activity in the Ninth Federal Home Loan Bank District. Federal Home Loan Bank Board Journal 15, 66-76.
Beverly L. Hadaway. 1982. Conversions: Early Evidence of Their Impact on the Savings and Loan Industry. The Housing Finance Review 1, 23-42.
Ernest Walker and Beverly L. Hadaway. 1982. Merit Standards Revisited: An Empirical Analysis of the Efficacy of Texas Merit Standards. Journal of Corporation Law 7, 651-688.
Beverly L. Hadaway and Samuel C. Hadaway. 1981. An Analysis of the Performance Characteristics of Converted Savings and Loan Associations. Journal of Financial Research 4, 195-206.
Beverly L. Hadaway and Samuel C. Hadaway. 1981. Inflation Protection from Multi-Asset Sector Investments: A Long-Run Examination of Correlation Relationships with Inflation Rates. Review of Business and Economic Research 16, 80-88.
Beverly L. Hadaway. 1980. An Evaluation of Performance Characteristic Differences Between Converted and Mutual Savings and Loan Associations Using Discriminant Analysis. Journal of Economics 40, 126-130.
Beverly L. Hadaway and Samuel C. Hadaway. 1980. Characteristics of Converted Savings and Loan Associations and the Impact of Charter Form Changes, in Proceedings of the Southwestern Finance Association,
Beverly L. Hadaway and Samuel C. Hadaway. 1980. Converting to a Stock Company-Association Characteristics Before and After Conversion. Federal Home Loan Bank Board Journal 13, 20-22.
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Academic Leadership and Awards
Professional Awards
AIM Investment Center Research Award2002
Dean's Grant for Academic Development1990
Dean's Grant for Academic Development1985
Project Quest Grant1984
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Teaching Awards
Alpha Kappa Psi Best Professor2004
Texas Blazers Faculty Appreciation Award2004
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