Anantha Krishna Divakaruni

Job Title : Doctoral Research Associate

Management Domain
Accounting & Finance

Expert in
Private Equity
Corporate Finance
Derivatives
Computer Science

Profile

Anantha Krishna Divakaruni obtained a Master degree in Financial Management from Vlerick Business School in 2012. He also holds a Bachelor in Information Technology (2007) from the JNTU, India. His research focuses on analysing the reputation of private equity firms and the resulting impact on deal-making and relationships with related stakeholders.

 

Publications

Conference Presentations

  • Divakaruni A. Meuleman M. Wright M.  2015. The Paradox of Stakeholder Power in Leveraged Buyout Financing: A Multiple-Agency Perspective. Paper presented at the 35th Strategic Management Society (SMS) Annual International Conference 2015, October 3-6, Denver, United States.

  • Divakaruni A. Meuleman M. Wright M.  2015. The Paradox of Stakeholder Power in Leveraged Buyout Financing: A Multiple-Agency Perspective. Paper presented at The 75th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, August 7-11, Vancouver, Canada.

  • Divakaruni A. Meuleman M. Wright M.  2014. The Paradox of Stakeholder Power in Leveraged Buyout Financing: A Multiple-Agency Perspective. Paper presented at the 12th Corporate Finance Day, October 10-10, Paris, France.

  • Divakaruni A. Meuleman M. Wright M.  2014. The Paradox of Stakeholder Power in Leveraged Buyout Financing: A Multiple-Agency Perspective. Paper presented at the 15th Meeting of the Belgian Financial Research Forum (BFRF), May 27-27, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium.

  • Divakaruni A. Meuleman M. Wright M.  2013. The Paradox of Stakeholder Power in Leveraged Buyout Financing: A Multiple-Agency Perspective. Paper presented at the 11th Corporate Finance Day, September 19-19, Liège, Belgium.

Vlerick cases

  • Manigart S. Divakaruni A. Standaert J.  2015. The Alfacam Group: Impulsive Growth and Financial Distress. ECCH Case Study. Reference no. 115-067-1 (C) + 115-067-8 (TN).

  • De Maeseneire W. Divakaruni A.  2012. The Facebook IPO Hype: A rude social awakening. ECCH Case Study. Reference no. 112-052-1 (C) + 112-052-8 (TN).