Robert G. Kirby Professor of Behavioral Finance
Columbia Business School
Professor Huberman teaches in the Finance and Economics division of Columbia Business School, where his recent courses have included Finance Theory II (Ph.D. level) and Behavioral Finance. He also serves as a Research Fellow at the Center for Economic Policy Research (2006 - present). Prior to joining the Columbia faculty, Professor Huberman was Senior Lecturer and Associate Professor at Tel Aviv University (1986-1990) and was Assistant and Associate Professor of Finance and Management Science at the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business (1980-1988).
From 1993 through 1995, Professor Huberman was Vice President at JP Morgan Investment Management, where he developed and implemented quantitative investment strategies in equities and equity derivatives.
Professor Huberman’s published work is widely read and cited and covers a broad range of topics in finance and economics. He serves as Associate Editor for Rivista Bancaria - Minerva Bancaria (2012 - present), Associate Editor for the International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Finance (2004 - present), and previously was Managing Editor of the International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Finance (1998 - 2004).
Education: B.S. (Mathematics), Tel Aviv University (1975); M.S. (Mathematics), University of British Columbia (1977); Ph.D. (Operations Research), Yale University (1980)
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