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Financial Economics Certificate Faculty

Teaching Faculty
Snehal Banerjee

Snehal Banerjee 

FINANCE
Assistant Professor of Finance, Kellogg School of Management
Instructor for KELLG_ FE 310-0, Principles of Finance

Snehal Banerjee joined the Kellogg School of Management in 2007. He has a BA from Brandeis University (2002) and a PhD from Stanford University's Graduate School of Business (2007). His research interests include information, learning and disagreement in financial markets, liquidity, behavioral finance and asset pricing. His current research involves studying the effects of investor disagreement on asset prices and trading volume.

 Dimitris Papanikolaou Dimitris Papanikolaou

FINANCE
Assistant Professor of Finance, Kellogg School of Management
Instructor for KELLG_FE 312-0, Investments

Dimitris Papanikolaou joined the Kellogg School in 2007, after completing his Ph.D. in Finance at the MIT Sloan School of Management. His research interests include theoretical and empirical asset pricing, macroeconomics and contract theory. Professor Papanikolaou is currently working on the effects of technological shocks on the cross-section of risk-premia and firms' investment decisions. Professor Papanikolaou is a Zell Center Faculty Fellow. Trained in finance and economics, he also holds a B.A. from University of Piraeus (Greece), and an M.Sc. from the London School of Economics (UK).
Viktor Todorov Viktor Todorov 

FINANCE
Assistant Professor of Finance, Kellogg School of Management
Instructor for KELLG_ FE 314-0, Derivatives

Viktor Todorov joined Kellogg in 2007 after completing his PhD in Economics at Duke University. Professor Todorov's research interests include theoretical and empirical asset pricing, derivatives and econometrics. His recent research focuses on robust estimation of asset pricing models using high-frequency financial data as well as the identification and modeling of jump risk premium combining information from options markets.

Kathleen Hagerty 

Kathleen Hagerty

FINANCE
First Chicago Professorship in Finance, Kellogg School of Management
Academic Director of Financial Economics Certificate
Instructor for KELLG_ FE 316-0, Topics in Financial Economics: Fixed Income

Kathleen M. Hagerty holds the First Chicago Professorship in Finance and was Senior Associate Dean: Faculty and Research from 2005-2010.
Professor Hagerty has published widely in finance and economics journals. Her work has studied the micro-structure of securities markets, disclosure regulation, insider trading regulation and the effectiveness of self-regulatory organizations. She received a Bradley Foundation Research Fellowship and received the D.P. Jacobs Prize for the Most Significant Paper in the Journal of Financial Intermediation.

She has been a member of the editorial board of the Review of Financial Studies and the Journal of Financial Markets. She received her Ph.D. from Stanford University.


Administrative Faculty
Martin Lariviere

Martin Lariviere 

MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS & DECISION SCIENCES; OPERATIONS
Professor of Managerial Economics & Decision Sciences, Kellogg School of Management
Academic Director of the Certificate Program for Undergraduates

Professor Martin A. Lariviere joined the faculty at the Kellogg School of Management in 2000. Professor Lariviere’s research has focused on applying economic analysis to operations management problems. Much of his work has focused on supply chain contracting, examining how contract terms can improve supply chain performance. He has also studied how the behavior of self-interested customers impacts service operations. He received his PhD from Stanford University. Prior to joining Kellogg, he was an Associate Professor at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.

Kathleen Hagerty Kathleen Hagerty 

FINANCE
First Chicago Professorship in Finance, Kellogg School of Management
Academic Director of Financial Economics Certificate

Kathleen M. Hagerty holds the First Chicago Professorship in Finance and was Senior Associate Dean: Faculty and Research from 2005-2010.
Professor Hagerty has published widely in finance and economics journals. Her work has studied the micro-structure of securities markets, disclosure regulation, insider trading regulation and the effectiveness of self-regulatory organizations. She received a Bradley Foundation Research Fellowship and received the D.P. Jacobs Prize for the Most Significant Paper in the Journal of Financial Intermediation.

She has been a member of the editorial board of the Review of Financial Studies and the Journal of Financial Markets. She received her Ph.D. from Stanford University. 
Michael J. Fishman Michael Fishman

FINANCE
Senior Associate Dean: Curriculum and Teaching
Norman Strunk Professor of Financial Institutions

Michael Fishman is the Norman Strunk Professor of Financial Institutions. Professor Fishman has published widely in finance and economics. His research focuses on financial market regulation and contracting. Recently, he has investigated insider trading, disclosure regulations, the role of self-regulatory organizations, and long-term financial contracting. He has won a number of research awards including the Smith Breeden Prize, awarded by the American Finance Association. .
Certificate Program for Undergraduates
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