Eric So


Eric So


Eric So is the Sloan Distinguished Professor of Management and an Associate Professor in the Economics, Finance, and Accounting Area of the MIT Sloan School of Management.

His research interests include equity valuation, asset pricing, option markets, security analysts, and limits to arbitrage with a focus on the forces and mechanisms that shape the information content of market prices. 

He holds an MA in economics from Cornell University and a PhD in business administration from Stanford University's Graduate School of Business. Prior to completing his PhD, So worked as a research analyst at the Nasdaq Stock Market in the Economic Research department.


So wins 2020 Jamieson Prize


"A Simple Multimarket Measure of Information Asymmetry."

Johnson, Travis L., and Eric So. Management Science. Forthcoming.

"Time Will Tell: Information in the Timing of Scheduled Earnings News."

Johnson, Travis L., and Eric So. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis. Forthcoming.

"Calendar Rotations: A New Approach for Studying the Impact of Timing using Earnings Announcements."

Noh, Suzy, Eric So, and Rodrigo Verdi, MIT Sloan Working Paper 5666-18. Cambridge, MA: MIT Sloan School of Management, October 2019.

"Voluntary and Mandatory Disclosures: Do Managers View them as Substitutes?"

Noh, Suzie, Eric So, and Joseph P. Weber. Journal of Accounting and Economics Vol. 68, No. 1 (2019): 101243.

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