Stewart C. Myers-Horn Family Professor of Finance
Schoar's current research focuses on the areas of consumer finance, entrepreneurial finance, and new financial technologies.
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Robert C. Merton (1970) Professor of Financial Economics
Parker has contributed broadly to research on household finance, FinTech, financial markets, macroeconomics, and public policy.
Class of 1947 Career Development Assistant Professor
Choukhmane studies households' saving and investment decisions, focusing on retirement saving. His current research examines the determinants of household portfolio choice, racial disparities in retirement saving, and the long-term effect of nudges.
Jon D. Gruber Career Development Professor
Farboodi's research focuses on the economics of big data; how big data technologies have changed trading strategies and financial outcomes.
Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Professor of Management
Kogan works on topics in asset pricing and macro-finance. His recent projects focus on the creative destruction aspects of technological progress.
Albert and Jeanne Clear Career Development Professor
Palmer's research focuses on how households and credit markets respond to periods of significant upheaval.
Victor J. Menezes (1972) Career Development Assistant Profes
Schmidt’s research seeks to offer a richer picture of risks faced by financial market participants, especially risks affecting labor/entrepreneurial income, and to shed new light on economic mechanisms linking financial markets and the real economy.
School of Management Distinguished Professor
Shroff’s primary research interest concerns whether and why accounting disclosures such as audited financial statements, management forecasts, and press releases affect the corporate financing and investing policies of public and private companies.
Louis E. Seley Professor of Applied Economics
Tavneet Suri is the Louis E. Seley Professor of Applied Economics and a Professor of Applied Economics at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Her expertise is in the role of technology in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Franco Modigliani Professor of Financial Economics
David does research on behavioral economics, with a focus on expectation formation and moral preferences. He uses a mix of field data, experiments, and surveys.
Sloan Distinguished Professor of Management
Tucker's research interests lie in how technology allows firms to use digital data and machine learning to improve performance, and in the challenges this poses for regulation.
Associate Professor of Finance, LSE
Makarov earned his PhD at MIT Sloan and is a Professor of Finance at the London School of Economics. His research interests include Asset Pricing, Cryptocurrencies, DeFi and Financial Markets.
Assistant Professor of Finance, Olin Business School
Meeuwis is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis. His research interests include Asset Pricing, Household Finance, and Macroeconomics.
MIT School of Management Distinguished Professor of Finance
Merton’s current research focuses on three areas: 1) Lifecycle investing and retirement funding solutions, 2) Measuring and monitoring macrofinancial (systemic) risk, and 3) Financial innovation and the dynamics of financial institutional change.