Anantha Divakaruni is at the Department of Economics, University of Bergen. His research focuses primarily on corporate finance and financial technology (particularly cryptocurrencies). He teaches the financial technology course (ECON264) at the third-year undergraduate level.
Anant holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science from JNTU, India; a Master of Finance from Vlerick Business School, Belgium; and a PhD in Business Economics from Gent University, Belgium. As part of his PhD, Anant spent a year abroad as a visiting scholar at the Schulich School of Business, Toronto, Canada to conduct research on international buyouts. Prior to joining the University of Bergen, Anant was a research fellow at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford.
- (2023). The Lightning Network: Turning Bitcoin into money. Finance Research Letters.
- (2022). Lending when relationships are scarce: The role of information spread via bank networks. Journal of Corporate Finance.
Alperovych, Yan, Anantha Divakaruni, and Sophie Manigart. "Lending when relationships are scarce: The role of information spread via bank networks." Journal of Corporate Finance (2022): 102181.
Ride the lightning: Turning bitcoin into money
with Peter Zimmerman (Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland)
Raising equity across public and private markets: Evidence from the JOBS act
with Howard Jones (Oxford)
Bank networks and buyout financing
with Yan Alperovych (EM Lyon), Sophie Manigart (Vlerick) and Miguel Meuleman (Imperial)