Alexander Ljungqvist, finance educator. Member of Western Finance Association, American Finance Association.
Ljungqvist, Alexander Arrived in United States, 2000. Son of Peter Jans and Cecilia Ljungqvist.
Master of Science, Lund University, Sweden, 1989—1992. Master of Philosophy, Oxford University, England, 1992—1994. Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, Oxford University, 1992—1996.
Master of Arts, Oxford University, 1995.
Finance fellow Merton College, Oxford, England, 1995—2000. Lecturer management studies Oxford (England) University, 1995—2000. Assistant professor finance New York University, 2000—2005, associate professor finance, 2005—2008, director Berkley Center, since 2005, professor finance, since 2008.
Research professor finance, 2007—2009. Ira Rennert chair finance, since 2009. Associate consultant Oxera Ltd., Oxford, 1996—2000.
Program director Salomon Center New York University, since 2003. Director research Berkeley Center New York University, since 2005. Associate editor Review of Finance Studies, 2007—2008, editor, since 2008.
Member of Western Finance Association, American Finance Association.
Recipient Centers for Disease Control and PreveRecipient Centers for Disease Control and Prevention award, New York University, 2002, 2002, Glucksman prize, 2002, 2003, 2007-2008, Argentum prize, Norway, 2009, Barclays Global Investors prize, Sydney, 2007, Ewing Marion Kauffman Prize Medal for Distinguished Research in Entrepreneurship, 2011. Scholar Michael Hansen stipendium, Michael Hansen Kollegium, 1989-1990. Eric Nylander scholar, Utlandsvenskarnas Foerening, 1989-1990, Citicorp scholar, Citicorp, 1992-1994, Wallenberg scholar, Wallenberg Foundation, Sweden, 1990, 1992-1993, Nuffield College scholar, Nuffield College, Oxford, 1995.