Adam Tejs Jørring is a PhD candidate in financial economics at the University of Chicago Department of Economics and The University of Chicago Booth School of Business. His research agenda is centered on the intersection of macroeconomics and household finance.
In one project, using micro-level data, Adam studies how household frictions and limited financial market participation affect the transmission mechanism of monetary policy. In another project, he studies how financial engineering can lower the cost of capital for medical R&D.
Before starting his PhD, Adam worked for Goldman Sachs and the Danish Central Bank.
Jørring holds a bachelor of science in economics from the University of Copenhagen.