Faculty & Research

Erik Loualiche

  • Assistant Professor of Finance

Erik Loualiche is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the MIT Sloan School of Management. 

Loualiche's research focuses on asset pricing and macroeconomics. He has taught applied econometrics, macroeconomics, microeconomics, managerial economics, and investments.

Erik received his BSc and MSc in applied mathematics and economics from the École Polytechnique, and his MA and PhD in economics from Northwestern University.

Current Research Focus:  Erik Loualiche is currently working on the interaction between industrial organization and asset pricing to understand the cross-section of risk-premia.  With co-authors Valentin Haddad (Princeton University) and Matthew Plosser (NYFRB), he is also studying the interaction between sources of macroeconomic risk and corporate finance activity.

Full curriculum vitae

  • "Buyout Activity: The Impact of Aggregate Discount Rates." Haddad, Valentin, Matthew Plosser, and Erik Loualiche. The Journal of Finance. Forthcoming.