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Saman Adhami

Saman Adhami
Corporate Finance, Fintech and Entrepreneurial Finance

Saman ob­tained his Bach­elor de­gree as well as his Mas­ter of Science de­gree from Boc­coni Uni­versity in Milan. Dur­ing this period he com­pleted an ex­change pro­gram at The Uni­versity of Hong Kong's Fac­ulty of Busi­ness and Eco­nom­ics, vis­ited UCLA's Ander­son School of Man­age­ment, and he also worked as a private equity in­tern in Milan. His Mas­ter of Science de­gree fo­cused on fin­an­cial eco­nom­ics and was com­pleted in 2016. After­wards, Saman worked as a re­search assist­ant both at Boc­coni Uni­versity and at the Politec­nico di Mil­ano, fo­cus­ing on em­pir­ical cor­por­ate fin­ance is­sues. He also worked for two years as teach­ing assist­ant for the Cor­por­ate Fin­ance course of the Mas­ter of Science in Fin­ance at Boc­coni Uni­versity.

  • Since 2018: PhD Stu­dent, Vi­enna Gradu­ate School of Fin­ance (VGSF)
  • 2013-2016: MSc in Fin­an­cial Eco­nom­ics at Boc­coni Uni­versity
  • 2010-2013: Bach­elor in In­ter­na­tional Eco­nom­ics and Fin­ance at Boc­coni Uni­versity
  • Adhami, S., Gi­udici, G., Mar­tinazzi, S., 2018, Why do busi­nesses go crypto? An em­pir­ical ana­lysis of Ini­tial Coin Of­fer­ings, Journal of Eco­nom­ics and Busi­ness.

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