Andreas Neuhierl is visiting from the University of Notre Dame where he is an assistant professor of finance. He joined Notre Dame in 2015 after receiving his PhD and MS in finance from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. His research interest include empirical asset pricing, macroeconomics and financial econometrics. Specifically, recent research has examined the role of monetary policy for equity markets, liquidity frictions in commodity markets and the use of machine learning methods for financial prediction problems.
Prior to his doctoral studies, Neuhierl worked in investment management in Germany. He also holds a Diplom in business economics (with distinction) from the University of Augsburg.
Neuhierl teaches introductory finance both at Notre Dame and Booth. Outside of academia, he enjoys running, cycling, swimming and reading.
2019 - 2020 Course Schedule