Andrei Gonçalves’ research interests span topics in asset pricing, macro-finance and corporate finance.
His current projects focus on understanding the ways in which corporate policies and asset prices interact, linking firm cash flows and fundamentals with their risks and discount rates.
His teaching interests include topics in investments and corporate finance.
Dr. Gonçalves received the Michael J. Barclay Young Scholar Best Paper Award for the best young scholar solo-authored paper from the Financial Research Association in 2017 for his paper “Can Reinvestment Risk Explain the Dividend and Bond Term Structures?”
He received his PhD in finance and MA in economics from The Ohio State University. He also earned a master’s degree in quantitative finance from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and undergraduate degrees in actuarial science and statistics from the Federal University of Minas Gerais in Brazil.