Assistant Professor of Finance
Area of Expertise:
Asset Pricing, Finance/Investments, Financial Economics, International Finance, Option Pricing
Asset Pricing, Macroeconomics, International Finance
Isaac Kleshchelski's research spans topics in asset pricing, macroeconomics and international finance and especially the linkages between these sub-fields. His recent work examines both theoretically and empirically the effect that risk and Knightian uncertainty has on asset prices. He also investigates the effects of labor market frictions on optimal capital structure decisions. In different work he makes an attempt to rationalize observed exchange rates anomalies through the possibility of rare events in the foreign exchange markets.
Phone: (314) 935-6329
PhD 2008, Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management