Andrey D. Ukhov is an assistant professor of finance in the School of Hotel Administration. Professor Ukhov is an expert on a wide range of investments, including preferred stocks, warrants, derivative securities, and convertibles. His research papers have been published in Management Science, the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, the Review of Finance, Quantitative Finance, the Economic History Review, the Journal of Real Estate Research, and other academic journals.
Professor Ukhov is a frequent presenter and discussant at international finance conferences. Prior to joining the School of Hotel Administration, he taught both undergraduate and graduate finance courses at Kelley School of Business; Indiana University; and Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University. He has received numerous teaching awards at Cornell, Indiana, and Northwestern for undergraduate-, master's-, and PhD-level courses.
Prior to becoming an economist, Professor Ukhov studied applied mathematics, mathematical physics, and computer science. He received two US patents for technology inventions. Professor Ukhov earned a bachelor’s degree in economics with distinction, and an MA, MPhil, and PhD in financial economics, from Yale University.