Finance (FIN)

Provides rigorous development at the highest levels of theoretical and empirical research in financial theory and practice, exploring topics within asset pricing, market microstructure, risk management, etc. Please note that this area of specialization requires their doctoral students to complete the graduate-level microeconomics sequence and econometrics sequence at UMD’s Department of Economics. Applicants should have completed the equivalent of three semesters of calculus, a semester of linear algebra, and a semester in differential equations.

FIN Faculty Coordinator: Mark Loewenstein

Shuaiqi LiLondon School of Economics
Jingming XueSouthern Methodist University
Stefano CollinaCornerstone Research, Washington D.C.
Bo HuGeorge Mason University
Donald BowenLehigh University
Wen ChenChinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzen
Xiaoyuan HuCornerstone Research, San Francisco
Anne DuquerroyBank of Paris
Danmo LinUniversity of Warwick
Austin StarkweatherCornerstone Research, Washington, D.C.
Kyung Hun BaeUNIST, Korea
Benjamin MunyanVanderbilt University
Jeongmin LeeWashington University in St. Louis
Wei LiJohns Hopkins University
Anshuman SinhaWorld Bank
Nitin KumarIndian School of Business
Onur TosunCardiff University
Su LiU.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Katie MoonColorado University, Boulder
Michael PadhiUniversity of Maryland
Matthew KozoraU.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Tugkan TuzunFederal Reserve Board of Governors
Yue XiaoFederal Reserve Bank, San Francisco
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