About the Bendheim Center for Finance
The Bendheim Center for Finance was established in 1998 to encourage interdisciplinary research in finance, primarily from a quantitative or mathematical perspective. The research activities of the center are directed toward the study of financial markets and asset prices, the financial structure of firms, banks and other financial intermediaries, and the linkages between financial economics and other fields, such as engineering, operations research, mathematics, computer science, psychology and public policy.
The Center offers an Undergraduate Certificate in Finance (introduced in the Fall of 1999), a Master in Finance (introduced in the Fall of 2001), and hosts approximately 20 Ph.D. students who work with its faculty.
The Advisory Council for the Bendheim Center is comprised of a group of distinguished leaders in the financial industry.
Please see our Annual Report published yearly for more Center related information.
On September 24, 2010, the Bendheim Center for Finance celebrated its 10th Anniversary -- please click here to see photos from a decade of leadership in finance education and research and the day-long conference featuring faculty of the program.
The Bendheim Center for Finance is located in the former Dial Lodge.