Take on some of the most challenging financial issues through multifaceted research and teaching to impact the world’s financial markets.
Develop a deep understanding of the statistical tools and methods used in theoretical modeling and empirical testing. Examine issues in finance research using economics, mathematics, decision theory and statistics.
Work with faculty who are ranked among the most productive researchers by the Academy of Management Journal, as well as by top scholarly journals within their discipline. Our faculty:
Using the economics of uncertainty as applied to financial decisions and a wide range of statistical tools, researchers in finance study three basic areas:
Four young men from diverse backgrounds meet at UB in the mid-1970s while working toward their doctoral degrees. They each began their careers at top schools and ended up changing the culture at universities across the country. Learn more about E. Han Kim, PhD ’75, Stanley J. Kon, PhD ’76, Cheng-Few Lee, PhD ’74 (economics), and Lemma W. Senbet, PhD ’76, who credit their extraordinary careers to two mentors: Frank Jen, professor emeritus, and Andrew Chen, former associate professor, in the UB School of Management.
School of Management
University at Buffalo
347 Jacobs Management Center
Buffalo, NY 14260-4000
To speak to a faculty member directly about the PhD in Management program, contact Veljko Fotak, associate professor, Finance Department, and Feng (Jack) Jiang, associate professor, Finance Department.