My primary research interests encompass a diverse range of topics within the field of finance, reflecting my passion for exploring the intricate dynamics of the financial world. Specifically, I am deeply engaged in the study of corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, Fin-tech, Behavioral Finance, and Neurofinance.
My academic journey has led me to delve into these areas with a unifying theme that revolves around the intersection of financial markets and various dimensions of takeover transactions. This theme has been at the core of my Ph.D. dissertation and continues to shape my current research efforts, which are encapsulated in three empirical papers.
In the realm of mergers and acquisitions and corporate finance, my research explores how information asymmetry manifests itself in financial markets, shedding light on the intricate web of interactions that define takeover transactions. This inquiry not only contributes to our understanding of the M&A landscape but also offers valuable insights into corporate governance and decision-making processes.
Furthermore, I find myself at the exciting crossroads of finance and technology, as I investigate the evolving landscape of Fin-tech. Specifically, I delve into the fascinating world of digital rights management within firms, bridging the gap between finance and technology disciplines. This interdisciplinary approach allows me to explore novel avenues for enhancing financial operations in the digital age.
Additionally, my research takes a deep dive into the realm of Behavioral Finance and Neurofinance, delving into the psychological factors that influence financial decision-making. These explorations provide a nuanced perspective on how human behavior and cognitive processes impact financial markets and investment choices.
In essence, my research journey spans multiple sub-fields within economics and finance, encompassing aspects of mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, technology, governance, and the fascinating interplay between human psychology and financial decision-making. I remain committed to advancing our knowledge in these areas and uncovering new insights that can contribute to the ever-evolving landscape of finance.