MIT Sloan School of Management
2017 MFM Fellow
Anton Petukhov is a fourth-year PhD student in financial economics at MIT Sloan School of Management. Prior to joining MIT, he received his master's of science degree from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology and master of arts from New Economic School.
His research interests cover a broad set of questions related to asset pricing and financial economics. His current projects focus on the interaction of labor market and asset pricing and effects of macroeconomic releases on assets prices. In another project (joint with Hui Chen and Jiang Wang) he studies effects of circuit breakers on trading activity and price determination.