Secondary Titles (2)
- Chairperson Finance Department
- Arthur M. Weimer Faculty Fellow
Professor Sreenivas Kamma's research interests include the nature of the optimal contractual relationship between stockholders and managers and its effect on managerial decisions. Currently empirically investigating the effect of recent innovative defensive strategies such as selective repurchase and poison pills on the market for corporate control. He is also involved in studies of the actual, rather than intended, benefits of administered protection against foreign imports.
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University of Buffalo: Ph.D. 1987
University of Buffalo: M.B.A. 1982
Birla Institute of Technology and Science: M.M.S 1979
The Delaware Courts, Poison Pills, and Shareholder WealthJournal of Law, Economics, & Organization
1989 The State of Delaware has sought and achieved national prominence in the competition for corporate charters. the remarkable success of Delaware's legal system in this competition is evident in the fact that over 50 percent of the firms listed on the New York and American stock exchanges are incorporated in the state despite it not being the center of their economic activity.