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Carter Davis

I am an Assistant Professor of Finance at Indiana University Kelley School of Business. I graduated from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business with a PhD in finance. I primarily do empirical asset pricing research. I apply tools from machine learning, nonparametric statistics, and demand system estimation frameworks in order to understand some of the market forces that influence returns and risk. I teach Intermediate Investments and Cryptoassets to undergraduate finance majors here at Kelley. Previous to this, I worked as a teaching assistant for Eugene Fama, George Constantinides, Lubos Pastor, and Samuel Hartzmark.