NRU Higher School of Economics & Springer Book Series ‘Advanced Studies in Emerging Markets Finance’
(Curator Irina V. Ivashkovskaya, firstname.lastname@example.org)
The team of teachers of the School of Finance is involved in the preparation of a series of monographs on Advanced Studies in Emerging Markets Finance for Springer. This series comprises of empirical studies of various financial concepts applied to the specific business environment in emerging capital markets. The primary focus is on comparative studies of the BRICS countries, that is, the largest emerging economies, and how do they differ from more developed capital markets. The monographs will present the products of research centers in the National Research University Higher School of Economics (Russia) with an input of its foreign partners. The series includes 5 books:
- Strategic Deals in Emerging Capital Markets. Are there Efficiency Gains?
- Corporate Financial Architecture and Corporate Performance in Emerging Capital Markets.
- Asset Pricing Anomalies in Emerging Capital Markets.
- Advances in Capital Structure Policies in Emerging Markets.
- Finance Risk Estimation and Modeling in Emerging Markets.
Irina V. Ivashkovskaya
Professor in Finance, Head of Corporate Finance Research Center, National Research University Higher School of Economics (Russia)
Professor in Economics, University of Bologna (Italy)
Professor, Duisenberg school of finance (Netherlands)
Doctor of Philosophy, University College London (UK)
Professor, the Indian School of Business (India)
Anastasia N. Stepanova
Associate Professor, School of FInance HSE
Project: Corporate Financial Architecture and Corporate Performance in Emerging Capital Markets
Tamara V. Teplova
Professor, School of FInance HSE
Project: Asset Pricing Anomalies in Emerging Capital Markets
Alexander M. Karminsky
Tenured Professor, School of FInance HSE
Project: Finance Risk Estimation and Modeling in Emerging Markets
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