Ramana Nanda
Imperial College London
Professor of Entrepreneurial Finance and Academic Lead at the Institute for Deep Tech Entrepreneurship at Imperial College London, Research Fellow in the Financial Economics Programme of the CEPR and a Visiting Scholar at Harvard Business School.
His research examines financing frictions facing new ventures, with an aim to help entrepreneurs with fundraising and to shed light on how financial intermediaries, corporate R&D and policy makers can improve the odds of selecting and commercializing the most promising ideas and technologies in the economy. He was on the full-time faculty of Harvard Business School from 2007-2020, most recently as the Sarofim-Rock Professor and co-director of the HBS Private Capital Project.