The program maintains a supportive and collegial atmosphere that fosters collaboration between faculty members and PhD students. All students are assigned one or more faculty mentors for the duration of their studies, and faculty members are actively engaged in supervision of student research.
Job Market Candidates 2016-2017
Wayne Chang (empirical asset pricing)
“The Term Structure of CAPM Alphas and Betas”
Alon Kfir (asset pricing)
“Product Market Competition and Stock Momentum”
Sung June Pyun (empirical asset pricing)
“Variance Risk in Aggregate Stock Returns and Time-Varying Return Predictability”
Vuk Talijan (corporate finance)
“Shareholder Litigation Risk and Its Effect on a Firm’s Cash, Investment, and Debt”
Irene Yi (corporate finance and governance)
“Slashing Liquidity through Asset Purchases: Evidence from Collective Bargaining”
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