5807 South Woodlawn Avenue
Chicago, IL 60637
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research interests are in the fields of Financial
Economics, Asset Pricing, and Derivatives.
Since 2011, he is at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business as a Visiting Professor of Finance, where he teaches Investments (35000).
Professor Buraschi has held
positions previously at London Business School and
Imperial College London Business School where he
still serves as Chair of Finance; until 2011 he was
the Director of the Master in Finance, and the
Director of the Master in Risk Management and
Financial Engineering at Imperial.
He earned his PhD from The University
of Chicago specializing in Financial Economics and
Econometrics. His current research projects focus on
four themes of finance:
His work has been published by several journal including The Journal of Finance, The Journal of Financial Economics, Review of Financial Studies, Journal of Derivatives and The Journal of Banking and Finance.
Buraschi is the recipient of the following awards:
- The 2012 NYSE Euronext Award – "Dynamic Networks and Asset Prices" (Best Paper Award).
- The 2010 Inquire Europe Award for his work "No Place to Hide: Correlation Risk and the Cross-Section of Hedge Fund Returns" with Kosowski and Trojani.
- The 2010 Q-Group Award for his work "Macroeconomic Uncertainty, Difference in Beliefs and Bond Risk Premia" with P. Whelan.
- The 2006 Inquire Europe Award for his work "Correlation Risk and Optimal Portfolio Choice" with Porchia and Trojani.
- The 1999 WFA Award for Best Paper in Investments.
- The Teacher of the Year Award (Innovation in Teaching) at London Business School; Dean Teaching Award at Imperial College London in 2007.