Christian T. Lundblad
Richard ‘Dick’ Levin
Distinguished Professor of Finance
Associate Dean, Ph.D.
Director of Research, Kenan Institute
of Private Enterprise
Director of the Center
for Excellence in Investment Management
Kenan-Flagler School of Business University of North
Chapel Hill, NC
christian_lundblad (at) unc.edu
Areas of Expertise
- Empirical Asset
Finance & Emerging Markets
Christian Lundblad is the Richard ‘Dick’ Levin Distinguished Professor
of Finance and the Associate Dean of the Ph.D. Program at the University of
North Carolina's Kenan-Flagler Business School. He is also the
Director of Research at the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise and the
Director of the Center for Excellence in Investment Management. Finally, he holds a courtesy appointment
as a Special-Term Professor at the People’s Bank of China School of
Finance, Tsinghua University in Beijing, China.
His research spans asset pricing, investment management, and
international finance, with a specialization in emerging market
development. His research has been published in top academic journals
such as the Journal of Finance, the Review of Financial Studies,
and the Journal of Financial Economics. He served as an Associate Editor for the Journal
of Finance, and now serves at the Journal
of Banking and Finance and Financial
He also served as a financial economist at the Federal Reserve Board in
Washington, D.C., where he advised the Board of Governors on international
financial market developments.
He is also the recipient of the MBA for Executives and OneMBA Teaching Excellence awards.
He received a PhD in financial economics and a master’s degree in
economics from Duke University. He earned his BA in economics and English literature
with highest honors from Washington University in St. Louis.
Washington Post: U.S.
companies feel a chill in China
China Grows Up
Reuters Analysis: Emerging
market investors face year mined with political risks
The Economist: All in the same
Emptor? China's U.S.-listed Firms Run into Trouble
Reuters Analysis: U.S.-China
audit talks seen making only modest progress
Forbes India "Liquidity Lessons from Emerging Markets."