Alexander Ljungqvist is the recipient of several teaching awards and teaches an MBA class in new venture financing, a PhD seminar in empirical corporate finance, and executive courses in venture capital, private equity, and investment banking. He is the recipient of the 2011 Ewing Marion Kauffman Prize Medal for Distinguished Research in Entrepreneurship, awarded every two years to one scholar under age 40 whose research has made a significant contribution to the field of entrepreneurship.
His research interests include investment banking, IPOs,entrepreneurial finance, private equity, venture capital, corporate governance, behavioral corporate finance, and asset pricing.
Recent and Forthcoming Publications
- "Monitoring Managers: Does It Matter?" (with F. Cornelli and Z. Kominek), Journal of Finance (forthcoming).
- "Testing Asymmetric-Information Asset Pricing Models" (with B. Kelly), Review of Financial Studies (2012).