Assistant Professor of Finance Joins NBER's Asset Pricing Program

The National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) has appointed Assistant Professor Frederico Belo a faculty research fellow in its Asset Pricing Program. The appointment is recognition of Belo work on the intersection of macroeconomics and asset pricing.

NBER's Asset Pricing Program examines the sources and nature of fluctuations in the prices of financial assets including stocks, bonds, and foreign currency. In addition, members of the program analyze the international transmission of fluctuations in asset prices.

As a faculty research fellow, Belo will join an exclusive group of top economists and gain access to NBER conferences as well as additional feedback for and wider distribution of his research.

Belo, a Carlson School faculty member since 2006, earned his PhD in Economics from the University of Chicago.