Finance Seminar and Lunch

  • The Finance Seminar is regularly held on Fridays from 11:10am to 12:30pm at the School of Management (Evans Hall, 165 Whitney Avenue) in room 4200, unless otherwise noted on the seminar schedule.

  • The Finance Lunch (Econ 769a/b), jointly organized by the School of Management and the Economics Department, is regularly held on Tuesdays from 11:35am to 12:50pm at the School of Management (Evans Hall, 165 Whitney Avenue) in Room 4410, unless otherwise noted on the seminar schedule.

  • Note to Econ students: Presenting in the Finance Lunch counts to fulfill the "prospectus workshop requirement" for advancement to candidacy (see https://economics.yale.edu/graduate/requirements).

  • Note to SOM Finance students: Students must present each semester starting in their 3rd year.

Mailing List

To receive announcements about the Finance Seminar and Lunch, contact Nick Barberis and Eduardo Davila directly.

Finance Courses Academic Year 2020/2021

Economics Department

  • General Equilibrium Foundations of Finance and Macroeconomics I. Econ 530a.

    • John Geanakoplos. Fall.

  • General Equilibrium Foundations of Finance and Macroeconomics II. Econ 531b.

    • Eduardo Davila. Spring. (It will not be offered in 20/21, it will be offered in 21/22)

School of Management

  • Financial Economics I, MGT 740 / Econ 670.

    • Stefano Giglio and Jonathan Ingersoll. Fall.

  • Continuous Time Methods, MGT 743.

    • Jonathan Ingersoll. Fall.

  • Household Finance, MGT 744.

    • James Choi. Spring. Offered every two years. (It will not be offered in 20/21, it will be offered in 21/22)

  • Behavioral Finance, MGT 745 / Econ 672.

    • Nicholas Barberis. Spring.

  • Financial Crises, MGT 746 / Econ 674.

    • Gary Gorton and Andrew Metrick. Spring.

  • Empirical Asset Pricing, MGT 747.

    • Bryan Kelly. Fall.

  • Empirical Corporate Finance, MGT 748.

    • Kelly Shue. Spring. (It will not be offered in 20/21, it will be offered in 21/22)

  • Empirical Methods, MGT TBD.

    • Paul Goldsmith-Pinkham. Spring.

PhD Students are welcomed to take for credit or audit any of the courses in their second year or later in their studies. PhD Students can contact Nick Barberis and Eduardo Davila with questions.