Manzur Rahman is a professor of Finance at the University of San Diego where he teaches international finance, corporate finance, and corporate governance. He has published in the areas of multinational financial policy, corporate finance, and foreign direct investments. Professor Rahman's current research interests are in the areas of corporate governance, regional economic integration, and multinational strategy. He has extensive consulting experience as a corporate finance specialist for the investment banking house of N.M. Rothschild in Milan, having worked on mergers and acquisitions, corporate reorganizations, and going-public decisions.
- JD, University of San Diego
- PhD, University of South Carolina, Finance, International Business
- BA, Lafayette College, Economics and Business
- BS, Lafayette College, Electrical Engineering
- Rahman, M. (2009). Corporate Governance in the European Union: Firm Nationality and 'German' Model. The Multinational Business Review, 17 (4), 77-98
- Feils, D., Rahman, M. (2008). Regional Economic Integration and Foreign Direct Investment: The Case of NAFTA. Management International Review, 48 (2), 147-163.
- Carpano, C., Rahman, M., Roth, K., Michel, J. (2006). International Competition in Mature, Localized Industries: Evidence from the U.S. Furniture Industry. Journal of Business Research, 59
- Rahman, M. (2008). Debt and Delusion: A Slow Motion Financial Meltdown. The San Diego Union-Tribune
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