Georgios Skoulakis graduated with a PhD in Finance from Northwestern University in 2006. His research interests cover topics in asset pricing, computational methods in economics, financial econometrics, and portfolio choice. His recent work concentrates on portfolio selection problems under parameter and model uncertainty, factor models used in asset pricing, and panel data econometric models. Prior to his studies in Finance, he graduated with a BS in Mathematics from the University of Athens, Greece and a PhD in Statistics from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. His teaching interests include econometrics, investments, and asset pricing theory.