Assistant Professor of Finance
Bernard Herskovic’s research covers a wide range of disciplines, from idiosyncratic volatility of stock returns to endogenous network formation in an environment of information acquisition. His most recent research shows that changes in input-output network are sources of systematic risk reflected in equilibrium asset prices. This work is the starting point for future research projects that apply network theory into asset pricing and financial economics.
Sizing Up the Measurable Good of Affirmative Action
An economic model sets aside who loses and focuses on efficiency and overall growth