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BNP Paribas Hedge Fund Centre, London Business School

Director: Narayan Naik, nnaik [at] london [dot] edu

From the Institute’s Website: Key Aims: To undertake research into all aspects of hedge fund investing, including the impact of hedge funds on the asset markets they invest in; To encourage others to conduct research, for example through visiting research fellowships and through invitations to present research at London Business School; To encourage better understanding of hedge funds.  More…

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