Richard C. Green
Rick Green is the Richard M. and Margaret S. Professor of Financial Economics at Carnegie Mellon University, where he has served on the faculty since 1982.
Rick received his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin and has been a Visiting Professor at the Stockholm School of Economics and the University of British Columbia.
Rick’s research concerns the effects of risk and taxation on the pricing of financial assets, financial intermediation, and corporate decision making. His articles have appeared in numerous finance and economics journals, and have won awards from the American Association of Individual Investors, the Chicago Quantitative Alliance, the Q-Group, TIAA-CREF (Samuelson Award), and the American Finance Association (Distinguished Paper, Smith Breeden Award).
Previously a Co-Editor of the Review of Financial Studies, Rick was also Associate Editor of several professional journals in finance, as well as Editor of the Journal of Finance.
Rick has served as President of the Western Finance Association, Vice President of the Society for Financial Studies, and President of the American Finance Association.