A strong global economy relies upon professionals who have a mastery of how to allocate money to its highest valued use. The study of finance provides students with an in-depth understanding of how businesses raise and invest capital, how individuals allocate their savings among different investment alternatives, and how markets function to equate the demand for capital by firms and the supply of capital by investors.
Drexel LeBow’s Finance Department boasts an award-winning group of faculty members who are leading researchers and dedicated teachers. A ranking of research publications names LeBow’s finance faculty among the top 66 worldwide.
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Malenko’s research interests include Corporate governance; boards of directors; shareholder voting
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Koch’s research interests include institutional investors, and in particular, the causes and consequences of peer effects among institutions