Research Interests: Empirical corporate finance, alternative investments
Burcu Esmer is a research fellow at Wharton’s Joshua J. Harris Alternative Investments Program and a lecturer at the Wharton School. Previously, she was a faculty member at the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, and at Bilkent University in Turkey. She received her PhD in finance and master’s in economics from the University of Iowa.
Esmer’s research interests are in empirical corporate finance and alternative investments. Her most recent research focuses on agency conflicts in financial contracts, mergers and acquisitions, and private equity investments. Her articles have appeared in leading academic journals such as the Journal of Banking and Finance. Esmer has presented her work to different audiences at various conferences and workshops, and she frequently serves as a reviewer for academic journals and conferences. She is a member of the American Finance Association, Financial Management Association, Midwest Finance Association, Eastern Finance Association, European Finance Association, and the European Financial Management Association.
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