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Surenderrao Komera

Area: Finance & Accounting

Email: surender@ifmr.ac.in


Areas of Interest

Empirical Corporate Finance, Portfolio Evaluation

Name: Surenderrao Komera
Designation: Assistant Professor of Finance

Biography

Surender Komera received his PhD degree for his work in the broad area of corporate finance. His thesis was titled as ‘Essays on Capital Structure Choice and Corporate Bankruptcy’. His research interests include capital structure choices, corporate investment policies, R&D investments, dynamics of business group ownership, corporate distress, and portfolio performance evaluation.

Education: M.Phil in Economics at School of Economics (University of Hyderabad), PhD in Finance (IFMR-Madras University)

RESEARCH INTERESTS: Empirical Corporate Finance
  • Corporate financial policy: Pecking order theory, Speed of leverage adjustment
  • Corporate investment policy: Financial constraints, R&D investment
  • Corporate bankruptcy / Industrial sickness
  • Corporate payout policy
  • Corporate governance: Pay – performance relationship, Business groups
TEACHING INTERESTS
  • Foundations of Finance
  • Corporate Finance
  • Portfolio Management
  • Private equity and hedge funds
 

  • Academy of Management annual meetings – 2016, California, USA, 02 Jun 2016 in Conferences
  • 15th Annual Conference on Money and Finance, IGIDR, Mumbai, India., 02 Jun 2016 in Conferences
  • 14th Annual Conference on Money and Finance, IGIDR, Mumbai, India., 02 Jun 2016 in Conferences
  • India Finance Conference, 02 Jun 2016 in Conferences
  • World Finance Conference, Cyprus, 02 Jun 2016 in Conferences
  • Doctoral Colloquium, IIM Ahmedabad, 02 Jun 2016 in Conferences
  • Mid-West Finance Conference, Las Vegas, USA., 02 Jun 2016 in Conferences
  • Business group affiliation and Innovation in medium and high technology industries in India, 02 Jun 2016 in Faculty Research&research-publications
  • No Longer Sick: What does it Convey? An Empirical Analysis of Post-Bankruptcy Performance, 02 Jun 2016 in Faculty Research&research-publications
  • Corporate Bankruptcy, Soft Budget Constraints, and Business Group Affiliation: Evidence from Indian Firms, 02 Jun 2016 in Faculty Research&research-publications
  • Title Year
    Corporate Bankruptcy, Soft Budget Constraints, and Business Group Affiliation: Evidence from Indian Firms
    Corporate Bankruptcy, Soft Budget Constraints, and Business Group Affiliation: Evidence from Indian Firms
    Corporate Bankruptcy, Soft Budget Constraints, and Business Group Affiliation: Evidence from Indian Firms
    Corporate Bankruptcy, Soft Budget Constraints, and Business Group Affiliation: Evidence from Indian Firms
    Corporate Bankruptcy, Soft Budget Constraints, and Business Group Affiliation: Evidence from Indian Firms
    Corporate Bankruptcy, Soft Budget Constraints, and Business Group Affiliation: Evidence from Indian Firms
    Corporate Bankruptcy, Soft Budget Constraints, and Business Group Affiliation: Evidence from Indian Firms
    Corporate Bankruptcy, Soft Budget Constraints, and Business Group Affiliation: Evidence from Indian Firms
    Corporate Bankruptcy, Soft Budget Constraints, and Business Group Affiliation: Evidence from Indian Firms
    Corporate Bankruptcy, Soft Budget Constraints, and Business Group Affiliation: Evidence from Indian Firms
    Corporate Bankruptcy, Soft Budget Constraints, and Business Group Affiliation: Evidence from Indian Firms
    Corporate Bankruptcy, Soft Budget Constraints, and Business Group Affiliation: Evidence from Indian Firms
    Title Year