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Adam Jørring

Assistant Professor




Adam Jørring is an assistant professor of finance at Boston College Carroll School of Management. He studies household and firm behavior in consumer credit markets, and how technological advances and behavioral biases affect the pricing and allocation of credit. He received his Ph.D. in financial economics, a joint degree from the University of Chicago Department of Economics and the Chicago Booth School of Business. Prior to graduate school, Professor Jørring worked for Goldman Sachs and the Danish Central Bank.

Selected Appointments and Awards

  • The Theodore W. and Esther Schultz Fellowship, University of Chicago, 2017
  • The BFI Macro Financial Modeling Fellowship, University of Chicago, 2017
  • The Sherwin Rose Fellowship, University of Chicago, 2014