NFI Chaired Professor of Finance
The core of my research investigates topics in household finance. The first theme of my work concerns the role experiences play in explaining financial decisions. The second theme is about investment mistakes, i.e., investor behavior that departs from the normative prescriptions of finance theory. Outside household finance, I am working on understanding the characteristics of corporate decision-makers.
I teach the Behavioral Finance course at BI. This elective is open to students in the BBA program. In my previous role at London Business School, I taught the Behavioral Finance and Equity Investment Management electives.