Mrdjan Mladjan received his PhD in Economics, Finance, and Management from the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona. During his PhD studies he was a visiting scholar at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. He holds a BSc in Economics degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and was a master student of quantitative finance at the University of Belgrade.
Mrdjan’s research and teaching focuses on corporate finance and firm valuation, the real effects of economic and financial crises, as well as various interactions between the economic and financial system and the society as a whole.
Areas of Research
Corporate Finance, Macroeconomics and Macrofinance, Financial and Economic History, Finance and Society
- Economics of Financial Crises
- Empirical Corporate Finance
- Finance and Economics of M&As
- Fundamentals of Corporate Valuation