ALEXI SAVOV


Associate Professor of Finance

New York University Stern School of Business

asavov@stern.nyu.edu

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Research areas:

Macro finance, financial intermediation, monetary policy, empirical asset pricing, asset pricing theory

Working papers:

Liquidity Creation as Volatility Risk (BibTeX)

(with Itamar Drechsler and Alan Moreira)

   - January 2018

Banking on Deposits: Maturity Transformation without Interest Rate Risk (BibTeX)

(with Itamar Drechsler and Philipp Schnabl)

   - September 2017

Liquidity, Risk Premia, and the Financial Transmission of Monetary Policy (BibTeX)

(with Itamar Drechsler and Philipp Schnabl)

   - Prepared for the Annual Review of Financial Economics

   - December 2017

Publications:

A Model of Monetary Policy and Risk Premia (BibTeX)

(with Itamar Drechsler and Philipp Schnabl)

   - Journal of Finance, forthcoming

   - Slides

The Macroeconomics of Shadow Banking (BibTeX)

(with Alan Moreira)

   - Journal of Finance 72 (6), December 2017, 2381–2432

   - Lead article

   - Online Appendix

   - Slides

The Deposits Channel of Monetary Policy (BibTeX)

(with Itamar Drechsler and Philipp Schnabl)

   - Quarterly Journal of Economics 132 (4), November 2017, 1819-1876

   - Winner, 2015 SFS Cavalcade Best Paper Prize in Corporate Finance

   - Winner, 2016 Glucksman Institute Research Prize for best paper in finance at NYU Stern

Have Financial Markets Become More Informative? (BibTeX)

(with Jennie Bai and Thomas Philippon)

   - Journal of Financial Economics 122 (3), December 2016, 625-654

The Price of Skill: Performance Evaluation by Households (BibTeX)

   - Journal of Financial Economics 112 (2), May 2014, 213-231

   - Online appendix

The Puzzle of Index Option Returns (BibTeX)

(with George Constantinides and Jens Jackwerth)

   - Review of Asset Pricing Studies 3 (2), June 2013, 229-257

   - Online appendix

   - Option portfolio data

Asset Pricing with Garbage (BibTeX)

   - Journal of Finance 66 (1), January 2011, 177-201

   - Winner, 2011 Smith Breeden Prize (Distinguished Paper)

   - Online appendix

   - Wall Street Journal article