Government opposition to foreign acquirers in M&As is widespread, is stronger where extreme right parties are strong, and deters future international capital flows into the country.
Professor Dinc’s research interests are in corporate finance and banking using data science. His recent research has focused on the transmission of shocks, real estate lending, and the role of politics in finance. His papers have appeared in major journals in Economics and Finance including the Quarterly Journal of Economics, Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, and Review of Financial Studies. He is an associate editor at Financial Management and Journal of Financial Services Research.
Professor Dinc taught finance at MIT (Sloan), Northwestern (Kellogg), and Michigan (Ross), and was nominated for the school-wide best teacher award at all three schools. He is an inaugural recipient of the school-wide Chesed Faculty Award for Innovative Research at Rutgers Business School. He currently teaches Machine Learning in Finance and Introductory Finance at Rutgers University. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from Stanford University.