Faculty Profile

Dr. Gabriel Ramirez

Dr. Gabriel Ramirez

Full Professor
Economics, Finance & Quantitative Analysis
  • PhD - Georgia State University
  • MBA - Georgia State University
  • BBA - ITESM, Mexico
  • Other - Vocational diploma in Accounting - COVAO - Costa Rica
gramirez@kennesaw.edu
470-578-6181
Burruss Building 424

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Research Interest
  • Corporate Finance
  • valuation
  • financial distress
  • and raising capital.
Teaching Areas
  • Financial distress
  • corporate finance
  • lending
  • capital structure
  • security issuance
  • cooperatives
  • financial inclusion
  • market development.
Publications
  • An Empirical Investigation of Corporate Bond Clawbacks (IPOCs): Debt Renegotiation versus Exercising the Clawback Option
  • Speed of Issuance, Lender Specialization, and the Rise of the 144A Debt Market
  • Information, credit risk, and lending specialization: Evidence from the DIP Lending Market
  • Debtor-in-Possession Financing and the Resolution of Uncertainty in Chapter 11 Reorganizations
  • Debt restructurings, holdouts, and exit consents
Presentations
  • American Real Estate Society Annual Conference - Seller-Paid Sales Incentives in a Cold Real Estate Market
  • 8th Conference on Risk, Banking and Financial Stability - Bank Bond Clawbacks: An Alternative Solution to Contingent Capital for Large Complex Financial Institution’s Capital
  • AIDEA conference - Bank Bond Clawbacks: An Alternative Solution to Contingent Capital for Large Complex Financial Institution’s Capital
  • American Real Estate Society Annual Conference - “Effectiveness of REIT Audit Strategies Designed to Signal Financial Transparency and Increase Capital Investment after the Financial Crisis,”
  • Academy of Business Research - Effectiveness of REIT Audit Strategies Designed to Signal Financial Transparency and Increase Capital Investment after the Financial Crisis
Awards and Honors
  • Coles Distinguished Professor - - February
  • Best paper -March
  • Coles Distinguished Service Award - - January
  • MBA program faculty service distinguished award - - March
  • 2007 KSU Distinguished Scholarship Award - - August