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. My research typically falls into at least one of three categories: (1) demand-based asset pricing, (2) machine learning in asset pricing, and (3) macroeconomics and finance. 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. Prior to my appointment as an assistant professor, I was an acting assistant professor here at Kelley (analogous to a opt-in post-doc available upon receiving an assistant professor offer).