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Professor Reena Aggarwal

Vice Provost for Faculty and Robert E. McDonough Professor of Finance
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Reena Aggarwal, Vice Provost for Faculty and Robert E. McDonough Professor of Finance, Georgetown University

Dr. Aggarwal has held various positions including Interim Dean and Deputy Dean of Georgetown's McDonough School of Business; Distinguished Scholar at the Reserve Bank of Indiaís CAFRAL; Visiting Professor of Finance at MIT's Sloan School; FINRA Academic Fellow; Academic Fellow at the U.S. SEC; Visiting Research Scholar at the IMF; Fulbright Scholar to Brazil; and the World Economic Forumís Global Agenda Council on the Future of Financing and Capital.

She specializes in corporate governance, institutional investors, global financial markets, market regulation, investment banking, initial public offerings and private equity. She is a prolific scholar and has received several research awards including the 2015 BlackRock-National Association of Corporate Directors Global Challenge for Innovation in Corporate Governance Award. She has been named among ""Outstanding Faculty"" in the Business Week Guide to the Best Business Schools and has been voted an outstanding professor by Executive MBAs.

She serves on the Board of Cohen and Steers, FBR & Co., IndexIQ, Brightwood Capital, and REAN Cloud. Her research and analysis is regularly cited in Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post, and CNBC, among others. She received a Ph.D. in finance from the University of Maryland and M.M.S. from BITS, India.

ECGI Working Papers (Click title for more details)
Does Governance Travel Around the World? Evidence from Institutional Investors ECGI Finance Working Paper 267/2010 January 2010
Differences in Governance Practices between U.S. and Foreign Firms: Measurement, Causes, and Consequences ECGI Finance Working Paper 184/2007 July 2007
U.S. Securities Regulation in a World of Global Exchanges ECGI Finance Working Paper 146/2007 December 2006
Do U.S. Firms Have the Best Corporate Governance? A Cross-Country Examination of the Relation between Corporate Governance and Shareholder Wealth ECGI Finance Working Paper 145/2007 January 2007

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