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Faculty Research, Publications and Thought Leadership

Accomplishments in Research, Teaching, Writing and more

Blake LeBaronProfessor Blake LeBaron is a part-time visiting researcher at the Office of Financial Research in the U.S. Treasury department, where he is currently working to build multi-agent simulations to better understand financial stability. Separately, he presented new research at the Annual Conference on Computational Economics and Finance in Bordeaux, France in Summer 2016. 

Debarshi NandyProfessor Debarshi Nandy is working on a new paper about student loans entitled, "Student Debt and Personal Portfolio Risk." The paper indicates that "Student debt may reduce investment in risky assets, thus affecting the long-term wealth of individuals, and may also have repercussions for the broader economy."

Professor Robert Carver recently spoke at the SAS Institute at the JMP Discovery Summit, with a talk entitled "Speeding Up the Dirty Work of Data Analytics."

Professor Nader Habibi recently presented a talk at Brigham Young University on overeducation in the Middle East, and spoke with their radio station as well. 

Professor Tibor Toth recently spoke at the WPI Energy Symposium and at the Harvard Business School Energy Symposium, the latter on a panel entitled "Energy Storage Driving Grid Optimization." 

Professor Elif Sisli Ciamarra published a paper entitled "Executive Compensation and Risk Taking: The Impact of Systemic Crises," which was recently included in the book The Financial Crisis. 

Learn more about our faculty, who are experts in business, economics and finance. 

Read about recent faculty publications including several award-winning books