Asset pricing, Behavourial economics, Executive compensation, Macroeconomics origins and consequences of scaling behaviour
Professional affiliations and activities
HARVARD UNIVERSITY, Economics department.
Pershing Square professor of economics and finance, 2016- present.
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, Stern School of Business, Finance Department, New York, NY.
Martin J. Gruber Professor of Finance, since 2010. On leave since July 2016.
Professor of finance, 2009-2010
Associate Professor of Finance, 2007-2009
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, Department of Economics, Cambridge, MA.
Rudi Dornbusch Career Development Assistant then Associate Professor of Economics, 2004-7.
Assistant Professor of Economics, 1999 – 2003. Post-Doctoral Fellow, 1998 – 1999.
NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH: Faculty Research Associate, 2010-, Research Fellow, 2002-2010 (Asset Pricing, Economic Fluctuations and Growth)
CENTER FOR ECONOMIC POLICY RESEARCH: Research Fellow, 2009-present (Financial Economics, Macroeconomics)
CONSEIL D’ANALYSE ECONOMIQUE: Member, 2010-
Princeton University: July 2006-2007
New York University: June-August 2001, 2002
University of Chicago: September 1999-June 2000