Mete Kilic

Assistant Professor of Finance and Business Economics
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PhD, MA, The Wharton School; MS, Goethe University Frankfurt; BS, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Mete Kilic joined the Department of Finance and Business Economics upon completing his PhD in Finance at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania in 2017. His research interests lie in the areas of asset pricing, macroeconomics, firm investment and hiring decisions, as well as financial derivatives. He has received the 2017 Cubist Systematic Strategies PhD Candidate Award for Outstanding Research.
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Mohammad Ghaderi, Mete Kilic, Sang Seo () "Slowly unfolding disasters ,".
Joao Gomes, Mete Kilic, Sebastien Plante () "Leverage risk and investment: the case of gold clauses in the 1930s ,".
Mete Kilic, Louis Yang, Miao (Ben) Zhang () "The Great Divorce Between Investment and Profitability ,".
Mete Kilic, Darien Huang () "Gold, Platinum, and Expected Stock Returns ,"  Journal of Financial Economics  132, 50-75.
Mete Kilic, Ivan Shaliastovich () "Good and Bad Variance Premia and Expected Returns ,"  Management Science  65, 2445-2945.
Mete Kilic, Jessica Wachter () "Risk, Unemployment, and the Stock Market: A Rare-Event-Based Explanation of Labor Market Volatility ,"  Review of Financial Studies  31, 4762–4814.