Professor Vikram Nanda holds the Albert R. Gamper Chair in Finance. Before joining Rutgers Business School in 2013, he held academic positions at Georgia Tech, Arizona State University, University of Michigan and the University of Southern California.
Professor Nanda has a broad range of research interests and he has published several scholarly articles in journals such as the Journal of Finance, Review of Financial Studies, and Journal of Financial Economics. His work on multi-market trading received the best paper award at the market microstructure symposium sponsored by WFA-RFS-NYSE (1991). His articles at the Journal of Finance have been nominated twice for the Smith Breeden prize (1993, 1995) and he has twice received research awards from the Q-Group for his work on hedge funds. He has regularly served on the program committees for meetings of the Western Finance Association, the European Finance Association and the Financial Intermediation Research Society.
He is the co-author of a book on financial strategy, Finance for Strategic Decision-Making with M.P. Narayanan, 2004, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. He has also contributed articles to non-academic publications such as Barron's.