Research at the ICF
ICF Fellows are constantly producing new and exciting research in the field of financial economics. Our research covers a wide range of asset pricing and corporate finance topics including hedge funds, real estate, pension plans, corporate governance, mutual funds, derivatives, and much more.
ICF researchers have also published more than 100 books related to the field of financial economics. From New York Times best-sellers to textbooks covering the basics of finance and accounting, ICF researchers are uncovering the history of financial instruments, predicting presidential elections, and tackling an extensive variety of research topics that impact scholars and practitioners alike.
In addition to pursuing scholarly research, the ICF sponsors a number of conferences and events each academic year that bring together the academic community along with students and practitioners to explore new breakthroughs in the field of finance. Recent conferences on behavioral science, China, and investment management have brought together experts from all over the world.
During the academic year, the ICF also sponsors a weekly finance and accounting seminar series that provides distinguished scholars with an opportunity to present their latest research in a vibrant, stimulating academic environment.