Vikram K. Nanda focuses on Monetary economics, Initial public offering, Finance, Financial economics and External financing. Vikram K. Nanda works in the field of Monetary economics, focusing on Market liquidity in particular. His Initial public offering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ask price, Underwriting and Issuer.
His study in Financial economics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Stable value fund, Performance fee, Open-end fund and Closed-end fund. The External financing study combines topics in areas such as Cash, Bankruptcy, Capital market, Rest and Common stock. His Cash research focuses on Enterprise value and how it relates to Diversification.
His main research concerns Monetary economics, Finance, Financial system, Microeconomics and Equity. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Capital, Cash flow, Cash, Shareholder and Investment. His studies deal with areas such as Resource allocation and Diversification as well as Cash flow.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Incentive, Closed-end fund and Fund of funds in addition to Finance. His work carried out in the field of Financial system brings together such families of science as Loan, Syndicate, Bond and Intellectual property. The concepts of his Open-end fund study are interwoven with issues in Fund administration and Mutual fund.
Vikram K. Nanda mainly investigates Monetary economics, Corporate governance, Overconfidence effect, Investment and Finance. His studies in Monetary economics integrate themes in fields like Capital, Cash flow, Intellectual property, Mutual fund and Scrutiny. While the research belongs to areas of Cash flow, he spends his time largely on the problem of Cash, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Bond market, Convergence and Debt.
The various areas that he examines in his Corporate governance study include Accounting and Corruption. Vikram K. Nanda interconnects Divestment and Yield in the investigation of issues within Investment. His Finance study incorporates themes from Incentive and Investment management.
His primary scientific interests are in Overconfidence effect, Investment, Bargaining power, Monetary economics and Structure. His research integrates issues of Value, Cash flow, Asset and Creditor in his study of Investment. His Bargaining power study introduces a deeper knowledge of Microeconomics.
His work deals with themes such as Capital and Intellectual property, which intersect with Monetary economics. His Intellectual property research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Loan, Property rights and Financial system. His Corporate governance research incorporates themes from Dividend and Accounting.
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Hot Markets, Investor Sentiment, and IPO Pricing
Alexander P. Ljungqvist;Vikram Nanda;Rajdeep Singh.
The Journal of Business (2006)
Multimarket Trading and Market Liquidity
Bhagwan Chowdhry;Vikram Nanda.
Review of Financial Studies (1991)
Common stock offerings across the business cycle
Hyuk Choe;Ronald W. Masulis;Vikram Nanda.
Journal of Empirical Finance (1993)
Affiliated firms and financial support: Evidence from indian business groups.
Radhakrishnan Gopalan;Vikram Nanda;Amit Seru.
Journal of Financial Economics (2007)
Family Values and the Star Phenomenon: Strategies of Mutual Fund Families
Vikram Nanda;Z. Jay Wang;Lu Zheng.
Review of Financial Studies (2003)
Common Stock Offerings Across the Business Cycle: Theory and Evidence
Hyuk Choe;Ronald W. Masulis;Vikram K. Nanda.
Social Science Research Network (2006)
Internal Capital Markets and Corporate Refocusing
John G. Matsusaka;Vikram Nanda.
Journal of Financial Intermediation (2002)
Are Incentive Contracts Rigged by Powerful CEOs
Adair Morse;Vikram K. Nanda;Amit Seru.
Journal of Finance (2011)
Liquidity, investment ability, and mutual fund structure
Journal of Financial Economics (2000)
Stabilization, Syndication, and Pricing of IPOs
Bhagwan Chowdhry;Vikram Nanda.
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (1996)
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