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Rafael Zambrana is a Visiting Assistant Professor of finance at Nova School of Business and Economics. He holds a PhD in Finance from Carlos III University in Madrid and a Master in Business Economics and Quantitative Methods from the same institution. He was also a visiting scholar at the USC Marshall School of Business for the fall term 2013.
He currently teaches Financial Management in the graduate program at Nova SBE. His main research interests are in the areas of asset management and corporate finance.
Current research interests include: Mutual Funds, Delegated Portfolio Management, Managerial Incentives, Agency Issues and Insider Trading
Research output: Working paper
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