October 4, 1963 |
Brown University 2004-2011
Yale University 2000-2005
|Alma mater||University of Chicago, PhD 1991
University of Chicago, MBA 1988
Columbia University, BA 1985
|Doctoral advisor||Milton Harris (thesis advisor)|
|Known for||Financial economics
His research has focused on financial economics and informational cascades. Publications include articles in academic journals and the popular press,[which?] in addition to a Corporate Finance textbook. He was previously on the faculty of the Yale School of Management, and Brown University's economics department (Professor of Financial Economics).
Professor Welch is twice a recipient of the Michael Brennan Award. As of 2014[update], he ranks 50th by downloads on SSRN. In 2006, he ranked 54th on the Web of Science list of "Most-Cited Scientists in Economics & Business"; in 2007, he ranked 57th.
- Sushil Bikhchandani, David Hirshleifer & Ivo Welch (1992). "A Theory of Fads, Fashion, Custom, and Cultural Change as Informational Cascades". Journal of Political Economy 100 (5): 992–1026. doi:10.1086/261849.
- "Ivo Welch at IDEAS". IDEAS. Retrieved August 2013.
- Ivo Welch (October 6, 2008). Corporate Finance: An Introduction (United States ed.). Prentice Hall. p. 1128. ISBN 978-0321277992. (Out of print.)
- Welch, Ivo (2011). Corporate Finance (2nd ed.). Ivo Welch. ISBN 978-0984004959.
- SSRN Author Page
- "Most-Cited Scientists in Economics & Business". Web of Science. 2006.
- "Most-Cited Scientists in Economics & Business". Web of Science. 2007.
- Amazon.com Editorial Reviews (2008). "About the Author (Ivo Welch)". Corporate Finance: An Introduction. Retrieved August 2013.
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