Current Paolo Zannoni Research Associates
Will Everett is finishing his bachelor degree in Mathematics and Economics at Brigham Young University. While at BYU, he served as a teaching assistant and research assistant to Professor Brian Boyer. He has worked on projects researching private equity and option pricing. Will is interested in understanding market tail risk and effects of central bank policy on rare event pricing. He is looking forward to getting exposure to new topics during his stay at Yale SOM.
Gen Li is assisting Yale SOM professors with their research in corporate finance, behavioral finance and asset pricing. Gen finished his Master of Finance degree at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD). Supervised by Professor Joey Engelberg and Professor Allan Timmermann while at UCSD, he also participated in several finance research projects in behavioral finance and financial econometrics. He served as a teaching assistant to Professor Harry Markowitz. Gen has broad research interests in finance, such as behavioral finance, financial econometrics and asset pricing. He is also exploring interests in other topics including corporate finance, and the banking sector.
Read the ICF blog post that Gen wrote detailing the positive experiences he has had at Yale over the last two years as a Paolo Zannoni Research Associate assisting several faculty members with their research needs, being exposed to new and diverse financial research fields, attending classes, and making lifelong friends.
Gen has provided research assistance on the following working papers:
- “Female Representation in the Academic Finance Profession” by Heather Tookes and Mila Getmansky Sherman
- “The Gender Gap in Housing Returns,” by Paul Goldsmith-Pinkham and Kelly Shue
Previous Paolo Zannoni Research Associates
Current ICF Research Associates
Yi holds a MS degree in Financial Engineering from New York University, and a BS degree in Finance from Wuhan University. She has a wide range of research interests in finance area, including asset pricing, behavioral finance, and fintech, particularly with technical methodologies.
Previous ICF Research Associates
Tania Diaz Bazan
While with the ICF, Tania worked on the history of global infrastructure with Professors William Goetzmann and Geert Rouwenhorst. Infrastructure requires capital intensive long-term investment. Using historical financial research data, she helped the center investigate the financing of infrastructure projects over the long term. The study is envisioned as an interdisciplinary and international collaboration.
5/05/20: Dawn Blossoms Plucked at Dusk” (朝花夕拾)—My Life at Yale (written by Gen Li)