Research Fellows

Jin-Chuan Duan 

Jin-Chuan Duan
Director of Risk Management Institute and Cycle & Carriage Professor of Finance
National University of Singapore
Jin-Chuan Duan has an MBA from the University at Albany and a Ph.D. in finance from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Duan is internationally known for his pioneering work on the GARCH option pricing model. His current research focuses on developing pricing theory and devising numerical and statistical techniques for time-series based pricing models.


John Kensinger
Professor of Finance, University of North Texas
John Kensinger has more than two dozen publications, with research interests including financial engineering, real options, corporate governance, innovative organizational forms, and employee ownership, as well as business history


Kajal Lahiri
Distinguished Professor of Economics and Health Policy, Management & Behavior, and the Director of the Econometric Research Institute
Kajal Lahiri has extensive research experience with the IMF, the World Bank, the Social Security Administration, and the U.S. Department of Transportation.


Bing Liang
Professor of Finance, University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Bing Liang’s research interests include Hedge Funds and derivative securities.


Gregory Noronha
Russell Endowed Professor of Finance
Gregory Noronha earned his Ph.D. in finance at Virginia Tech in 1990. He is a CFA® charter holder. His research interests include investments and corporate finance.


Emery Trahan
Professor of Finance at Northeastern University
Emery Trahan’s current research interests include valuation, value-based management, corporate control, mergers and acquisitions, financial strategy, and applied corporate finance. His research focuses around how corporate policy decisions impact company value.

russ Russ Wermers
Associate Professor of Finance, Robert H. Smith School of Business University of Maryland
Russ Wermers' research interests include the measurement and attribution of the performance of asset managers