Spring 2017 Office Hours:
|TR 12:30-1:30 PAM 2115|
Education and Certification:
Shahram's areas of research include i) the efficiency of security prices and sources of mispricing, ii) market structure and firms' financial decisions, iii) economic policy uncertainty, and iv) high frequency trading and its impact on market efficiency and price discovery. Shahram received a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering before earning a Ph.D. in economics from Virginia Tech. He is currently working towards his second Ph.D. in finance.
Shahram has taught several courses including Investments, Financial Concepts & Skills, and International Finance and has received the Meir I. Schneller award and Pamplin Teaching Excellence award from the department of finance for his teaching services. In his free time, Shahram enjoys playing sports, outdoor activities, and traveling.