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Richard A. Brealey

Academic Advisor
London Business School
To contact Richard A. Brealey, please email Jake George at or call +1.617.864.7900

Dr. Brealey is an Emeritus Professor at the London Business School and a Fellow of the British Academy.

Dr. Brealey is a past Director of the American Finance Association and past President of the European Finance Association. He is an elected Honorary Fellow of the Society of Investment Analysts. He is co-author (with Stewart C. Myers) of the leading graduate level textbook on corporate finance, as well as several other books and numerous articles.

Dr. Brealey frequently advises major corporations and government agencies, and he is an experienced expert witness in both U.K., domestic, and international disputes.

Principles of Corporate Finance
January 2013
Richard A. Brealey, Stewart C. Myers, and Franklin Allen
Published by McGraw-Hill, 11th edition, with translations into many languages, including Czech, French, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.
Fundamentals of Corporate Finance
Richard A. Brealey, Stewart C. Myers, and Alan J. Marcus
Published by McGraw-Hill/Irwin
The Cost of Capital for the Nor-Ned Cable
June 2004
Published by The Brattle Group, Ltd
Financing and Risk Management
Richard A. Brealey, Stewart C. Myers, and with The Brattle Group
Published by McGraw-Hill
Capital Investment and Valuation
Richard A. Brealey, Stewart C. Myers, with The Brattle Group, and A. Lawrence Kolbe
Published by McGraw-Hill
Personal Taxes and the Time Variation of Stock Returns - Evidence from the UK
Published in Journal of Banking and Finance
The Asian Crisis: Lessons for Crisis Management and Prevention
Published in Journal of International Finance
What is the International Dimension of International Finance?
Richard A. Brealey, I.A. Cooper, and E. Kaplanis
Published in European Finance Review
A Report on Generator Market Power in the Electricity Market of England and Wales
November 1997
Presented before The Office of Electricity Regulation in the United Kingdom
Competitive Position of London's Financial Services
January 1995
Published by City Research Project, Final Report, Corporation of London
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