Member of the Faculty Since: 1989
Ph.D., Indiana University, 1991
M.B.A., Indiana University, 1988
P.G.D.M., Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, 1983
B. Tech., Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, 1980
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- Finance 430: Portfolio Analysis
- Finance 528: Security Analysis and Modeling
- Finance 532: Financial Innovation and Engineering
- "Risk-Taking, Agency Problem, and Small Business Loan Guarantee-An
Application of Option Pricing Theory," The Journal of Entrepreneurial
Finance, 2001, v6, n1, pp 24-43.
- "Predicting Real Estate Returns Using Neural Networks," with Vijay Desai and
Manoj Gupta, Journal of Computational Intelligence in Finance,
January/February 1999, v7, n1, pp. 5-15.
- "Are Dividends Smoothed Signals of Earnings Asymmetry?" with
Prasad Nanisetty and Manoj Gupta, International Journal of Business, 1998,
v3, n2, pp. 1-18.
- "Excess Volatility and Excess Comovement among US Stocks,"
with Manoj Gupta, American Business Review, June 1998.
- "The Efficacy of Neural Networks in Predicting Returns on
Stock and Bonds Indices," with Vijay Desai, Decision Sciences Journal,
Spring 1998, v29, n2, pp. 405-426.
- "A Comparison of Linear Regression and Neural Networks Methods for Predicting Excess Returns on Large Stocks," with Vijay S. Desai, Annals of Operations Research, 78, 1998, pp. 127-163.
- "The Effect of Time-Varying Covariances on Asset Risk
Premia: A Test of Intertemporal CAPM," with Prasad Nanisetty and Manoj
Gupta, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, September 1996, pp.
- "Time-Varying Expected Returns and Asset Allocation," Robert
C. Klemkosky, Journal of Portfolio Management, Summer 1995, v21, n4, pp.
- "Explaining International Stock Returns: Currency Risk and
Other Factors," with Manoj Gupta. American Business Review, January 1995,
- "Asset Allocation and Predictability of Real Estate
Returns," with Manoj Gupta. Journal of Real Estate Research, Fall 1992, v7,
Prior to joining the SIUE faculty, Dr. Bharati was a management consultant for S.B. Billimoria & Co. in New Delhi, India. He also has experience as a systems programmer for ORG Systems in Baroda, India.
Dr. Bharati has published in Journal of Real Estate Research, Journal of Portfolio Management, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, Annals of Operations Research, Decision Sciences, International Journal of Business, American Business Review, and Journal of Computational Intelligence in Finance. His current research topics include market volatility, term structure of interest rates, market micro-structure, and asset allocation.