Justin Lallemand, PhD
Daniels 571
Assistant Professor
Reiman School of Finance
Justin Lallemand

Biography at a Glance

Justin Lallemand is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the Daniels School of Business. His research and teaching interests are primarily tied to corporate finance, with some interests falling on the investments side as well. He worked previously in commercial banking for Arvest Bank Group for several years prior to earning his PhD at the University of Arkansas in 2011. He has been a CFA Charterholder since 2004.


  • PhD, Finance, University of Arkansas
  • MBA, University of Arkansas
  • BSBA, Finance, Pittsburg State University

Academic Professional Activities

  • Assistant Professor, Reiman School of Finance, Daniels College of Business

Courses Taught at Daniels

  • FIN 4200 Financial Investments and Markets (Graduate Level)
  • FIN 3200 Corporate Financial Problems
  • FIN 3110 Financial Institutions
  • FIN 2800 Financial Decision Making

Academic Professional Activities

  • “Can We Count on Accounting Fundamentals for Industry Portfolio Allocation?” with Jack Strauss, 2016, Journal of Portfolio Management, 42, 70-87.
  • “Anticipation of Takeovers in Stock and Options Markets” with Pei “Peter” Lung and Dehong Liu, 2015, International Review of Economics and Finance, 39, 19-35.
  • “Value Impact of Debt Issuances by Targets of Withdrawn Takeovers” with Tomas Jandik, 2014, Journal of Corporate Finance, 29, 475-494.
  • “Sources of Bank Risks: Impacts and Explanations” with Kevin Bracker and Michael Imhof, 2009, Academy of Banking Studies Journal, 8, 107-124.Academic Positions Held