Stanislav Sokolinski

Assistant Professor of Finance and Economics, Rutgers Business School


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I am a financial economist studying asset management and financial intermediation. My recent work focuses on incentives and pricing in mutual fund industry, impact of passive investments and angel financing of entrepreneurs.




Harvard University, Ph.D in Economics (2011-2017)
Hebrew University, M.A. in Financial Economics (2008-2010)
Hebrew University, B.A. in Economics and Accounting (2005-2008)

Research Experience

Asset Management
Financial Intermediation
Entrepreneurial Finance

Teaching Experience

Entrepreneurial Finance (MBA)
Financial Management (MBA, undergraduate)