Ricardo De La O

Assistant Professor of Finance and Business Economics
Ricardo is interested in firm dynamics and asset pricing. His latest research uses micro-level data to study how belief formation and corporate governance regulations shape distributional and aggregate outcomes.
Before joining USC Marshall, Ricardo obtained a Master in Economics from El Colegio de México and a Ph.D. in Economics from Stanford University.

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Ricardo De la O, Sean Myers () "Subjective Cash Flow and Discount Rate Expectations ,"  Working Paper.
Ricardo De la O () "The Effect of Buybacks on Capital Allocation ,"  Working Paper.
Ricardo De la O, Stephen McKnight () "Employment Dynamics and Monetary Policy for Emerging Economies under Informality ,"  Working Paper.