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Check out the Stern School's new book on post-crisis financial regulation:
"Regulating Wall Street: The Dodd-Frank Act and the New Architecture of Global Finance"
Please go to my research page for lists of my published papers and working papers (with links to PDF files for most of them).
Course materials for my current classes, which may include C15.0002 (Foundations of Financial Markets), C15.0008 (Advanced Corporate Finance), B40.2302 (Corporate Finance) and B40.3161 (Cases in Corporate Finance), are available on the Stern School course management system, Blackboard. I no longer maintain course materials on my own course pages.
Robert Whitelaw is the Edward C. Johnson 3d Professor of Entrepreneurial Finance and Chair of the Finance Department at the Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University. He also held the position of Visiting Associate Professor of Finance at the Anderson Graduate School of Management, UCLA. He has a Ph.D. in finance from Stanford University, Graduate School of Business, and a B.S. in mathematics from MIT.
Professor Whitelaw teaches corporate and managerial finance and investments in the MBA and undergraduate programs and fixed income securities and investments at the executive level. His research interests include the relation between risk and return in the stock and bond markets, stock return predictability, the pricing and hedging of fixed income derivative securities, and risk management. His papers have been published in academic journals such as the Journal of Finance, the Journal of Financial Economics, and the Review of Financial Studies, as well as practitioner journals such as the Financial Analysts Journal, the Journal of Derivatives and the Journal of Fixed Income.
Professor Whitelaw provides consulting services to corporations and financial institutions, specializing in risk management and equity trading. He is also Chief Investment Strategist and a member of the advisory board of IndexIQ, a developer of next-generation indexes.