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Nasser Arshadi

Nasser Arshadi, PhD
Department of Finance and Legal Studies

Nasser Arshadi

Nasser Arshadi is a professor of finance at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. He received his Ph.D. in financial economics from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.  He has published extensively in leading economics and finance journals on capital markets and the microeconomics of corporations with an emphasis on assessing and managing risk. He has published two books on financial intermediation (Prentice Hall) and insider trading (Kluwer Academic Publishing). Currently, he is a senior editor of Technology and Innovation, the journal of National Academy of Inventors. He also serves on the editorial board of Public and Municipal Finance. He has served as an economist and policy analyst at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System in Washington, DC, and as a consultant to the American Bankers Association (Washington, DC), Treasury Management Association (Washington, DC), Securities Industry Automation Corporation (NYC), Deutsche Financial Services (St. Louis), and Commerce Bancshares (St. Louis). He is a member of the board of directors of the Center for Emerging Technologies (CET), serving on its executive committee.

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Ph.D., Financial Economics, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, NE 

     Major Fields: Quantitative Economics, Investment, Corporate Finance, Banking


FINANCE 6540 - Financial Institutions and Markets (syllabus)
FINANCE 6590 - Seminar in Finance: Venture Capital & Private Equity (course description)

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