The goal of the course is to prepare students to conduct independent research in finance.
Eight times in the semester, each student proposes an interesting & important research question. The student will articulate why the question is important, interesting and original. In particular, the student will lay out the pertinent facts and theory and will sketch implications of progress on the research question. The student will also estimate what it would take to address the question and why it has not been done.
Robert G. Kirby Professor of Behavioral Finance
Gur Huberman is the Robert G. Kirby Professor of Behavioral Finance at Columbia Business School where he has taught since 1989. Prior to that, he taught at Tel Aviv University and at the University of Chicago. Between 1993 and 1995 he was Vice President at JP Morgan Investment Management responsible for research on quantitative equity trading. In that capacity, he also helped develop tax aware strategies for...