Robin Greenwood is the George Gund Professor of Finance and Banking at Harvard Business School. At HBS he is the Faculty director of the Behavioral Finance and Financial Stability project, co-chairs the Business Economics PhD program, and serves as Finance Unit Head. He is a member of the Financial Advisory Roundtable of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economics Research.
Robin’s research is in behavioral and institutional finance, with a particular focus on “macro-level” market inefficiencies such as asset price bubbles. He has also coauthored research on the role of government and central banks in the debt markets. His research awards include the 2015 Brattle Group Distinguished Paper for an outstanding corporate finance paper published in the Journal of Finance, and the inaugual 2014 Jack Treynor Prize awarded by the Institute for Quantitative Research in Finance.
Robin received a Ph.D. from Harvard in Economics, and B.S. degrees in Economics and Mathematics at MIT. He has taught in both years of the MBA curriculum as well as the PhD program.
Hosts Jeremy Schwartz and Jeremy Siegel broadcast LIVE from the Jacobs Levy Conference 2018 in NYC. They speak with Nobel Prize winning economist Robert Shiller, and Robin Greenwood, the George Gund Professor of Finance and Banking at Harvard Business School.