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Suhas A. Sridharan - Emory University, Goizueta Business School. Atlanta, GA, US

Suhas A. Sridharan Suhas A. Sridharan

Assistant Professor of Accounting | Goizueta Business School

Atlanta, GA, UNITED STATES

Sridharan researches the role of information in price discovery in capital markets.

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Suhas A. Sridharan joined the Goizueta Business School faculty in 2015. She earned a PhD in business administration from Stanford University's Graduate School of Business. Her research focuses on the role of information in the price discovery process in capital markets. Professor Sridharan's work has appeared in academic journals such as The Accounting Review and Review of Accounting Studies, and media outlets such as The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, and Bloomberg News. Prior to joining Goizueta, Sridharan was a member of the faculty at the UCLA Anderson School of Management.

Areas of Expertise (3)

Information and Price Discovery in Financial Markets Financial Statement Analysis Political Economy of Disclosure

Education (2)

Stanford University Graduate School of Business: Ph.D., Business Administration 2013

Emory University: B.A., Economics, Mathematics, and Computer Science 2008

Media Appearances (3)

Passive’s aggressive march poses thorny questions

Financial Times  online

2017-05-17

While the performance of fund managers has improved this year, the torrential inflows into cheap exchange traded funds has continued unabated.

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ETFs Create Stock Markets That Are Both Mindless and Too Expensive, Study Says

Bloomberg Markets  online

2017-04-19

Higher ownership of individual stocks by ETFs widens the bid-ask spreads in those shares, making them more expensive to trade and therefore less attractive.

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The Downside of ETFs

The Wall Street Journal  online

2015-08-09

There is a lot for investors to like about exchange-traded funds, but there is also a downside for the stock market, a new study says.

Many investors like ETFs because the funds are an easy way to build a diverse portfolio with fees that generally are lower than those of mutual funds.

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