Dr. Kathleen Hevert is an Associate Professor of Finance at Babson College. Prior to joining Babson, Dr. Hevert was an assistant professor of finance at the Wallace E. Carroll School of Management at Boston College. She designs and delivers general and specialized finance courses at the graduate, undergraduate, and executive levels, and was twice selected by the Babson College F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business graduating classes to receive the Thomas Kennedy Award for Teaching Excellence.
Professor Hevert specializes in long-term strategic capital investment decisions, and has a particular interest in the application of option pricing models to real-asset acquisition decisions. She also studies the long-term performance effects of serial acquisition strategies. Her research has been published in academic journals including Financial Management, The Journal of Portfolio Management, The Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, and The Journal of Business Venturing. Dr. Hevert designs and conducts executive education programs in basic corporate finance, capital investment decisions, real options, and other related topics for clients including General Electric, Johnson & Johnson, U.S. Steel, Infineon Technologies, EMC and many others. In addition, she works with a variety of firms on related special projects.
Corporate Finance; Corporate Valuation; Incentive Effects of Employee Ownership; Mergers and Acquisitions; Real Options