Kerry Siani


Kerry Siani

Support Staff

Get in Touch



Academic Groups

Academic Area

Kerry Siani is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the MIT Sloan School of Management.

Siani does research on capital markets and their interaction with policy and the real economy. Her recent work uses empirical methods to study how unconventional monetary policy affects corporate bond markets, and how the growing importance of institutional investors in financing firms affects financial fragility and the transmission of monetary policy.

Siani holds a BA from Harvard University, an MBA from Harvard Business School, an MPA-ID from Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and a PhD in finance from Columbia University. 


"Bond Market Stimulus: Firm-Level Evidence from 2020-21."

Darmouni, Olivier and Kerry Siani, MIT Sloan Working Paper 6720-20. Cambridge, MA: MIT Sloan School of Management, February 2022.

"Corporate Bond Issuance and Bank Lending in the United States."

Darmouni, Olivier and Kerry Siani. European Economy: Banks, Regulation, and the Real Sector (2021).

"Reclassification at Facebook (2016-2017)."

Wei Jiang and Kerry Yang. In Columbia CaseWorks, Case ID: 180310, March 2018.

"Fraunhofer: Five Significant Innovations."

Diego A. Comin, J. Gunnar Trumbull, and Kerry Yang. In Harvard Business School Supplement 711-058, Boston, MA: March 2011.

"Fraunhofer: Innovation in Germany."

Diego A. Comin, J. Gunnar Trumbull, and Kerry Yang. In Harvard Business School Case 711-022, Boston, MA: March 2011.

Recent Insights

Ideas Made to Matter

9 new researchers join MIT Sloan faculty

The new faculty joining MIT Sloan in 2022 are experts in finance, system dynamics, technological innovation, and more.

Read Article