My name is Giang Nguyen. I am currently an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan. My research interest is Private Equity, Venture Capital, IPO, Merger and Acquisition. I am particularly interested in understanding how small, young and innovative companies interact with capital markets. Before getting a Ph.D. degree from Waseda University, I obtained a master degree in Finance from the Australian National University.
Curriculum Vitae (June 2022)
Private Equity, Venture Capital, IPO, Merger and Acquisition
Social networks and Venture Capital Investment Around the World w/ Hannah Nguyen. Working paper, 2022. Link
– City University of Hong Kong 2022.
Social Connectedness in Mergers and Acquisitions w/Hannah Nguyen and Harry Pham. Working paper, 2021. Link
– Monash University 2021*, MFA Chicago 2022, Queen Mary University of London 2022.
Navigating Investment Decisions with Social Connectedness: Implications for Venture Capital, Working paper, 2021. Link
– FIRN Corporate Finance 2021*, Under revision at the Review of Corporate Finance Studies.
Is Social Capital Valuable? Evidence from Mergers and Acquisitions with Jo-Ann Suchard and Wang (Janice) YueLin. Link
– Asia-FA2021*, FIRN Corporate Finance 2021*, AFBC2021
Venture Capital and Method of Payment in Mergers and Acquisitions w/ Harry Pham. Working paper, 2021. Link
– Waseda University 2020, FMA Europe 2021, Under revision at Journal of Banking & Finance.
Cumming, D., Nguyen, G., & Nguyen, M. (2022). Product Market Competition, Venture Capital, and the Success of Entrepreneurial Firms, Journal of Banking & Finance, Forthcoming. Link
Nguyen, G, & Vo, V. (2021). Asset Liquidity and Venture Capital Investment, Journal of Corporate Finance, 69, 101963. Link
Nguyen, G., & Vu, L. (2020). Does Venture Capital Syndication affect Mergers and Acquisitions, Journal of Corporate Finance, 67, 101851. Link
Nguyen, G., & Nguyen, H. (2019). Does Seller Status Matter in Inter-corporate Asset Sales, Journal of Banking & Finance, 100, pp. 97-110. Link