Assistant Professor, Department of Finance
Understanding the way information is conveyed in the financial markets, and can be recovered from them. How corporate decisions can affect the expectations of market participants about the future of the firm, and how we can recover these expectations to guide corporate decisions. Business is fascinating in its interconnectedness, and being able to untangle it, occasionally and in part, is like finding a new element of the truth.
Obtaining superior information about expected outcomes for companies creates value for everyone by improving the efficiency of capital allocation – making sure that the companies that most deserve financing are the ones that receive it.
Research focus: Option pricing, corporate finance.