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Haas School of Business

Biography

Haas School of Business
Assistant Professor

Education
PhD, Economic Analysis and Policy, Stanford University
MS, Financial Mathematics, Stanford University
BS, Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, and Economics
 
Positions Held
At Haas since 2011
2011- present, Assistant Professor, Haas School of Business
2009 – 2011, Assistant Professor, Kellogg School of Management
Current Research and Interests
- Financial Economics - Information Economics - Dynamic Games - Contract Theory

Selected Papers and Publications
- Breakthroughs, Deadlines, and Self-Reported Progress: Contracting for Multistage Projects (with C.R. TaylorAmerican Economic Review, [forthcoming] - An Information-Based Theory of Time-Varying Liquidity (with B. DaleyJournal of Finance, 2016, [71(2): 809-870] - Adverse Selection, Slow Moving Capital, and Misallocation (with W. Fuchs and D. PapanikolaouJournal of Financial Economics, 2016, [120(2): 286-308] - Signal or Noise? Uncertainty and learning about whether other traders are informed (with S. BanerjeeJournal of Financial Economics, 2015, [117(2): 398-423] - Market Signaling with Grades (with B. DaleyJournal of Economic Theory, 2014, [151: 114-145] - Waiting for News in the Market for Lemons (with B. DaleyEconometrica, 2012, [80(4): 1433-1503]

Teaching
- MBA-203: Core Finance - EMBA-203: Introduction to Finance for Executives - PHD-297: Topics in Dynamic Adverse Selection

Honors and Awards
Sloan Sports Analytics Conference Research Papers Prize (Second Place), 2016
Excellence in Refereeing Award, The Review of Economic Studies, 2014
Club 6 (MBA and EMBA), Fall 2015
Fisher Center Grant, 2014
Hellman Fellows Award, 2013
Club 6 (MBA and PhD), Spring 2012
Excellence in Refereeing Award, American Economic Review, 2012

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