Joseph Kalmenovitz

I am an Assistant Professor of Finance at the Simon Business School (University of Rochester). 

I will be visiting UC Berkeley in spring 2024.

Before joining Simon, I was a faculty member at Drexel University and a senior law clerk at the Supreme Court of Israel. I graduated from New York University in May 2020 with a PhD in Finance.  

My research is about the economics of regulation: understanding how regulation affects economic decisions. I investigate this topic using advanced empirical methods and novel data sets. My papers have been published in the Journal of Finance, the Review of Financial Studies, and the Journal of Law and Economics. I received the Rising Scholar Award (2022) and the John W. Ryan Award (2023). 

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(I do not disclose R&R status) 


(including by co-authors) 

Western Finance Association (WFA); American Law & Economics Association (ALEA); American Finance Association (AFA); SFS Cavalcade North America; NYU-Penn Law & Finance Conference; Society for Institutional & Organizational Economics (SIOE); Eastern Finance Association (EFA); Bretton Woods Accounting and Finance Ski Conference; FMA Napa Finance Conference; Financial Engineering and Banking Society; FMA Europe; FMA Applied Finance Conference; Hebrew University; China Europe International Business School (CEIBS); Tilburg University; Maastricht University; Queen's University; Stanford University; Columbia University; Harvard University; Rochester University; Fordham University; Texas A&M University


Note to Google: my academic name is Joseph Kalmenovitz. My first name can be spelled Yosef or Yoseph, and my last name Kalmenoviz, Kalmenovitch, Kalmanovitz, Kalmanoviz, or Kalmanovitch. In Hebrew, my native language, it is spelled יוסף קלמנוביץ