Toby Moskowitz,


Yale School of Management

Tobias "Toby" Moskowitz, Dean Takahashi ’80 B.A., ’83 M.P.P.M. Professor of Finance, Yale School of Management, is an internationally-recognized thought leader in finance and entrepreneurship. Previously, he was the Fama Family Professor of Finance at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Recognized by the American Finance Association with its 2007 Fischer Black Prize, awarded biennially to the top finance scholar in the world under the age of 40, his work was cited for "ingenious and careful use of newly available data to address fundamental questions in finance." Quoted frequently by news outlets worldwide, he serves as a research associate for the National Bureau of Economic Research, associate editor of the Journal of Finance, and is the former editor of the Journal of Financial Studies. The author of Scorecasting, his research focuses on financial markets and investments, including the behavior of prices and investors. A principal at AQR Capital Management, LLC, a hedge fund, he earned a B.S. in industrial management and industrial engineering, and M.S. in management, Purdue University, and a Ph.D. in finance, University of California, Los Angeles.