Dr. Jonathan Reuter is an associate professor of finance at Boston College’s Carroll School of Management. His research focuses on the behavior of both individual investors and financial institutions, including mutual funds, investment banks, and the financial media. His ongoing research projects study the outsourcing of portfolio management in the U.S. mutual fund industry (a practice know as subadvising) and the determinants of individual retirement behavior.
Prior to joining the faculty at Boston College, Professor Reuter spent five years as an assistant professor of finance at the University of Oregon, where he was named the Laura and Abbott Keller Distinguished Research Scholar and received both the Business Advisory Council Undergraduate Teaching Award (Winter 2007) and the James E. Reinmuth M.B.A. Teaching Excellence Award (2007-2008).
After receiving his Ph.D. in economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2002, Professor Reuter spent one year as a postdoctoral research fellow at the MIT Entrepreneurship Center. His research has been published in the Journal of Finance and the Quarterly Journal of Economics.