Professor of Finance
London Business School
London NW1 4SA
(020) 7000 8258
aedmans @ london . edu
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- Bloggers. I don’t feature guest posts on my blog.
- Company-Sponsored Research. I regret that, while I’m happy to give the occasional talk about my research to companies, I don’t have capacity to do new research projects in collaboration with companies.
- Researchers. Data on CEO incentives, investment bank mergers, and the Best Companies to Work For in America is available here.
- Publishers. I am not looking to write or edit any new books at the present time.
- Data Vendors. I’m currently all set with data for my research projects.
- Start-Ups. I don’t invest in start-ups unless I’ve known the entrepreneur for several years. I’m not an expert in entrepreneurship, so can’t base an investment decision on an assessment of the business model, only my knowledge of the person.
- Case Study Vendors. I teach a core course which includes only one case, and don’t have capacity to add additional cases.
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