Carnegie Mellon University


Finance focuses on how corporations, governments, and individuals raise funds and allocate resources over time, under conditions of risk or uncertainty.

Financial markets and financial asset prices play a critical role in determining optimal funding and resource allocation decisions and are a central focus of research and teaching in finance at the Tepper School.

Specific study includes savings and investment strategies, financial market regulation, international finance, tax effects, and the banking system.

Faculty Research Spotlight

In our Academic Minds video series, our faculty share insights from their research on wide-ranging business topics.

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Currency Stability Using Blockchain Technology

Bryan R. Routledge, Associate Professor of Finance