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Associate Professor

Greg Buchak

Faculty Fellow
Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR)

Associate Professor of Finance
Stanford Graduate School of Business

Greg Buchak is an Associate Professor of Finance at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Buchak earned his PhD in Financial Economics at the University Chicago’s Department of Economics and Booth School of Business. He also received a JD from the University of Chicago Law School. Before graduate school, he was a quantitative trader and portfolio manager at Goldman Sachs and the Royal Bank of Canada. He received a BA in Mathematics and a BS in Economics at the University of Pennsylvania.

Buchak’s primary research field is in corporate finance. He is interested in issues related to financial technology, financial intermediation, consumer finance, and the interplay between the evolving industrial organization of the financial sector, regulation, and technological progress.

Focal Areas: Housing and Infrastructure, Innovation and Technology, Money and Finance, Politics and Media, and Regulation and Competition


Ph.D. in Financial Economics, University of Chicago 2019
J.D., University of Chicago Law School, Highest Honors 2019
B.S., Economics; B.A., Mathematics, University of Pennsylvania 2009