Assistant Professor and Neubauer Family Faculty Fellow
Bryan Kelly joined the Chicago Booth faculty in 2010 as assistant professor of finance after earning his PhD and MPhil in finance at New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business. His research interests include theoretical and empirical asset pricing; models of tail risk, volatility, and correlation dynamics; and asymmetric information in asset markets. He has received various research awards, including the David M. Graifman Annual Award for best dissertation in finance at NYU Stern, the Herman E. Kroos Award for best dissertation across disciplines at NYU Stern, and the Shmuel Kandel Prize.
Prior to his doctoral studies, Kelly worked in Morgan Stanley’s investment banking division and in the sales and trading division of UBS. He holds an MA in economics from University of California, San Diego, and an AB in economics (with honors) from the University of Chicago.
Kelly previously taught the undergraduate Foundations of Financial Markets course at NYU Stern, for which he received a commendation for teaching excellence.
Kelly joined the University of Chicago faculty in 2010.