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Five new faculty join the Department of Finance

September 30, 2016 //

Francesca Brusa photoFRANCESCA BRUSA
Assistant Professor
Finance

Dr. Francesca Brusa joins the Fox School as an Assistant Professor of Finance.

Her research interests are in the areas of asset pricing and international finance. Her current work focuses on the pricing of currencies across the world, and on the determinants of human capital returns in the United States.

She earned her PhD in financial economics and Master of Philosophy degree in economics from the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom. She received a Master of Science degree in economics and a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from Bocconi University in Italy.


Peter Chinloy photoPETER CHINLOY
Professor of Practice
Finance

Dr. Peter Chinloy joins the Fox School as a Professor of Real Estate in the Finance department. Most recently, he served as a Professor in the department of Finance and Real Estate at American University. At Fox, he also will serve as the Director of Real Estate programs and the to-be-established Real Estate Center.

His area of expertise includes real estate equity and debt pricing, mortgage option structure, managerial economics, real estate finance, and real estate development. More specifically, his interest centers on how real estate works to provide housing, business space, and a livelihood for many individuals. He has published numerous articles in quality refereed journals, including theJournal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, the European Financial Review, and the Journal of Housing Research, among others. Dr. Chinloy presently serves on the editorial boards of Real Estate Economics, the Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, the Journal of Real Estate Research, and the Journal of Housing Research.

He earned his PhD in economics and Master of Arts degree in economics from Harvard University. He attained his Bachelor of Commerce degree in business administration, accounting, and economics from Canada’s McGill University.


Sherry Jarrell photo

SHERRY JARRELL
Associate Professor of Practice
Finance

Dr. Sherry Jarrell joins the Fox School as an Associate Professor of Finance in the Department of Finance.

Dr. Jarrell most recently served as an associate professor of finance and economics at Wake Forest University, where she was the director of the undergraduate program in finance from 2011-2015. At Indiana University, she held a tenure track appointment as assistant professor, where she received an outstanding teaching award. She has served as a visiting professor at Georgia State University, Emory University, and Columbia University.

She earned her PhD in finance and economics from the University of Chicago, where she also attained her Master of Business Administration degree in finance and economics, with a specialization in industrial organization and regulatory economics. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in economics from the University of Delaware.


Mahsa Kaviani photoMAHSA KAVIANI
Research Assistant Professor
Finance

Prof. Mahsa Kaviani joins the Fox School as a Research Assistant Professor of Finance from Canada’s Concordia University.

Prof. Kaviani has served as a visiting scholar New York University’s Stern School of Business since 2015. Her research interests span corporate finance, banking, law and finance, financial market development, and corporate governance.

She is currently completing her PhD in Finance from Concordia University, in a joint doctoral program with Canada’s McGill, HEC, and UQAM Universities. She also attained her Master of Arts degree in economics from McGill, her Master of Business Administration degree in finance from Iran’s Mazandaran University of Science and Technology, and her Bachelor of Science degree in materials engineering from Iran’s Chamran University.


Hosein Maleki photoHOSEIN MALEKI
Research Assistant Professor
Finance

Hosein Maleki joins the Fox School as a Research Assistant Professor of Finance from Canada’s Concordia University.

Prof. Maleki has held the position of visiting scholar at New York University’s Stern School of Business since 2015. His research interests include corporate finance, capital structure, fixed income securities, international finance, and political economy of finance.

He is currently finishing his PhD in Finance from Concordia University, in a joint doctoral program with Canada’s McGill, HEC, and UQAM Universities. He also received his Master of Arts degree in economics from McGill, his Master of Business Administration degree in finance from Iran’s Mazandaran University of Science and Technology, and his Bachelor of Science degree in materials engineering from Iran’s Chamran University.