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Martin Szydlowski is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota. His research examines how agency conflicts influence firm investment, capital structure, and the optimal mix of managerial incentives. He also studies the impact of ambiguity aversion on incentive contracts. Martin is teaching corporate finance to both undergraduate and PhD students. He holds a PhD in Economics from Northwestern University and a Diplom from the University of Mannheim, Germany.
Incentives, Project Choice, and Dynamic Multitasking. 2013
On the Smoothness of Value Functions and the Existence of Optimal Strategies (joint with Bruno Strulovici). 2012
Ambiguity in Dynamic Contracts. 2012
FINA 4221 Principles of Corporate Finance Sec. 001
FINA 4221 Principles of Corporate Finance Sec. 002
FINA 4221 Principles of Corporate Finance Sec. 003
FINA 4221 Principles of Corporate Finance Sec. 004
FINA 8812 Corporate Finance I Sec. 002
FINA 8812 Corporate Finance I Sec. 001
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PhD, 2013EconomicsNorthwestern University
Diplom, 2007EconomicsUniversity of Mannheim
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