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Finance Faculty by Research Focus

Our Strength: Our Faculty

As a PhD student you will work closely with faculty that share your research interests, are working on similar areas, or can provide a new perspective. Find out what our faculty members are currently working on here.

Investments and Delegated Asset Management

Topics include: Investments in Stock and Bond Markets, International Investments, Analyst Forecasts, Mutual Funds, Hedge Funds, Pension Funds.

Faculty involved in research in these areas include:  Susan Christoffersen, Esther Eiling, Redouane Elkamhi, Bing Han, Michael HaslerRaymond Kan, Eric KirznerLisa Kramer, Tom McCurdyChay Ornthanalai, Mikhail SimutinKevin Wang, Jason Wei.

Corporate Finance and Governance

Topics include: Acquisitions and Mergers, Capital Budgeting, Corporate Governance, Cost of Capital, Agency Theory, Law and Economics, International Corporate Finance.

Faculty involved in research in these areas include: Pat Akey, Varouj AivazianLaurence Booth, Olivier DessaintCraig Doidge, Alexander Dyck, David Goldreich, Andrey Golubov, Christopher Kobrak, Jan Mahrt-Smith, Wendy Rotenberg 

ICPM Grant on Corporate Governance

Financial Risk Management

 

Topics include: Valuation of Derivatives Securities, Hedging Policies, Portfolio Allocation,  Volatility and Jump Models, Market Structure, Liquidity and Regulation.

Faculty involved in research in these areas include:

Sabrina Buti, Sergei Davydenko, Redouane Elkamhi, John HullRaymond Kan, Mariana Khapko, Tom McCurdy, Chay OrnthanalaiJason Wei, Alan White, Liyan Yang

GRI Grant on Risk Management

Behavioural Finance

Topics include: Investor Sentiment, Neuroeconomics, Household Finance, Experimental Finance, Market Inefficiency

Faculty involved in research in these areas include: Ling Cen, Olivier Dessaint, David Goldreich, Bing HanMichael Hasler, Lisa Kramer, Jan Mahrt-SmithLiyan Yang

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