Pirinsky’s recent research examines how the organizational structure of markets and firms affect financial contracts, security valuation, and economic outcomes. Before joining GW, he taught in the finance departments of Texas A&M University, Rutgers University, and California State University. His work has been featured in the New York Times, along with several financial journals. He has taught graduate courses in corporate finance and investments and has presented his research at numerous seminars and conferences.
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