- Programme: PhD in Finance
Minsoo Kim is a PhD Candidate in Finance. His primary research interests are in the areas of financial intermediation, empirical asset pricing, and international finance. His current work focuses on how mutual fund flow risk and liquidity risk affect asset prices, supplemented by another project that explores the real effects of foreign debt flows across different countries.
Before joining the PhD program, Kim was a full-time research professional at the Fama-Miller Center for Research in Finance at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Kim received a MS in Statistics from the University of Chicago and a BBA in Business Administration (Minor in Statistics) and a BA in Education from Korea University.
- Financial intermediation
- Empirical asset pricing
- International finance