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Emiliano S. Pagnotta

Emiliano S. Pagnotta

Joined Stern 2009

Leonard N. Stern School of Business
Kaufman Management Center
44 West Fourth Street, 9-81
New York, NY 10012

E-mail epagnott@stern.nyu.edu
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Emiliano Pagnotta joined New York University School of Business as an Assistant Professor of Finance in the Fall of 2009.

Professor Pagnotta's research interests lie at the intersection of market microstructure, asset pricing, and the industrial organization of financial markets. His recent studies examine the effects of speed and trading fragmentation on asset prices and social welfare; the effect of central clearing reforms on prices and liquidity; and the consequences of recent financial regulations on market performance.

Professor Pagnotta earned his B.A. in Economics from Buenos Aires University, Argentina; his M.A. in Economics from Universidad de San Andres, Argentina; and his Ph.D. from the Economics Department at Northwestern University.

Research Interests

  • Industrial organization of financial markets
  • Information economics
  • Empirical analysis of equity trading

Courses Taught

  • Foundations of Financial Markets

Academic Background

B.A., Economics
Buenos Aires University

M.A., Economics
Universidad de San Andres

Ph.D., Economics
Northwestern University

Awards & Appointments

The Smith Richardson Foundation Grant ($50,000) 2010
Northwestern University Dissertation Year Fellowship 2008
Northwestern University Robert Eisner Memorial Fellowship 2007
Northwestern University Distinguished Teaching Award 2007
Northwestern University Fellowship 2004
Universidad de San Andres Graduate School of Economics Fellowship 2003
U. of Buenos Aires School of Economics Gold Medal (highest GPA, 1 out of 278) 2002

Related Research

Areas of Expertise


  • Asset Management
  • Financial Exchanges and Clearing Houses
  • Financial Regulation
  • High Frequency Trading
  • Securities Markets
  • Stock Market
  • Volatility Market