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Sridhar Arcot
Professeur Associé, Département Finance

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Formation


PhD in Finance - London School of Economics

MSc in Accounting and Finance - London School of Economics

MMS in Finance - Welingkar Institute of Management, Mumbai (India)

BE in Mechanical Engineering - Malaviya  Regional Engineering College, Jaipur (India) 

Biographie
Thèmes de Recherche
Thèmes
Corporate Finance

Venture Capital

Private Equity




Projets en Cours
Hedge Funds in Europe (with Carmen Stefanescu)
Enseignement à l'ESSEC

MSc. : FINE31128 Corporate Financial Management

MSc. : FINE31253 Mergers and Acquistions 

Masters in Finance : Corporate Finance course 

Autres activités pédagogiques
Teaching Assistant for "Corporate finance" (Executive MSc in Finance course) - London School of Economics

Class Teacher for "Corporate finance and Asset Markets" and "Corporate Finance Theory" (both MSc courses) and "Principles of Finance" (2nd year Undergraduate)- London School of Economics
Prix et distinctions

2015 Syntec Conseil en Management award for Best Academic Paper in the Finance/Strategy category (for “Fund managers under pressure: Rationale and determinants of secondary buyouts” joint with Zsuzsanna Fluck, Ulrich Hege and Jose-Miguel Gaspar)

Winner of the GAM Gilbert de Botton Award in Finance Research

Recipient of the American Associatin Travel Grant

Best Class Teacher prize in the Accounting and Finance Department - LSE


Activités scientifiques
Communications présentées à des conférences

Fund Managers under Pressure: Rationale and Determinants of Secondary Buyouts

6th Private Equity Findings Symposium: The Private Equity Model: Still Fit for Purpose?, London, Great Britain, 2013

Entrepreneurship Working Group Meeting, Cambridge, MA, U.S.A., 2013

EFA 2014, Lugano, Switzerland, 2014

 

Do Standard Corporate Governance Practices Matter in Family Firms?

(a version of this paper was previously circulated under the titles: 1) Silence is not Golden: Corporate Governance Standards, Transparency, and Performance and  One size does not fit all, after all: Evidence from corporate governance).

 

FMG PhD Seminar, LSE

FMG Lunchtime Workshop, LSE

World Bank, Financial Economics Series, Feb 2006*

Conference on Coordination and Cooperation across Organisational Boundaries, Cattolica Univ., Milan, April 2006*

Workshop on Economics & Law, Bocconi University, Milan,  May 2006*

Bank of England, CCBS Expert Forum, New Regulatory Models, June 2006

4th  International Conference on Corporate Governance, Birmingham, July 2006

CAF Summer Research Conference, Indian School of Business, India, August 2006

Department of Trade & Industry, Govt. of UK, October 2006

First Annual Conference on Empirical Legal Studies, Austin, Texas, October 2006

Kogod  School of Business, American University, Washington, January 2007*

Securities and Exchange Commission, Washington, January 2007*

Norwegian School of Economics, Bergen, Norway, January 2007

Brandeis University, Boston, January 2007

Warwick Business School, Warwick, UK, February 2007

University of Amsterdam, Finance Group, February 2007

ESSEC Business School, Cergy, France, March 2007

Royal Economic Society Annual Conference, Warwick, UK, July 2007

CERG-EI Prague, Czech Republic, November 2007

 

* are presentations by co-author

 

In letter but not in spirit: An analysis of corporate governance in the UK

FMG PhD Seminar, LSE, May 2005

RLAB Research Day, LSE, June 2005

 

Participating convertible preferred stock in venture capital exits

FMG PhD Seminar, LSE, September 2004

2nd RICAFE Conference, CFS, Frankfurt, September 2004

Portuguese Finance Network, Azores,  July 2010

 


Affiliations et activités académiques

Research Officer, RICAFE2 project, Financial Market Group, LSE

Research Assistant, Financial Market Group, LSE

Member of American Finance Association

Conseil

 From Local to Global: The rise of AIM as a stock market for growing companies (with Julia Black and Sir Geoffrey Owen)


Expérience professionnelle

Project Leader, Mahindra-British Telecom Ltd, London and Mumbai

Manager (MIS & Costing), Foreso India Ltd, Mumbai (India)
Liens utiles
Finance
Contact
E-mail

ESSEC Business School
Av. Bernard Hirsch
B.P. 50105
95021 Cergy
France

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