Georgios Koimisis

Assistant Professor, Economics & Finance

I am the Gabriel Hauge Assistant Professor of Economics at the O' Malley School of Business of Manhattan College. I received my Ph.D. in Economics (with concentration in Finance) from The City University of New York, Graduate Center.  Prior to my doctoral studies, I worked in the industry as a business analyst and research associate. My research interests span across topics of financial economics, asset pricing and economic growth & development.


Ph.D. in  Economics, The City University of New York, Graduate Center

Courses Taught

ECON203 Microeconomics

ECON204 Macroeconomics

ECON301 Intermediate Price Analysis

ECON305 Money, Banking & Finance

ECON334 International Economics

FIN416 Options & Futures

MBAF530 Foundations of Economics

MBAL645 Macroeconomics & Finance for Managers

  • Research
    • Asset Pricing
    • Microeconomic Theory
    • Economics of Uncertainty
    • Risk Theory
    • Wealth Inequality
    • Systemic Risk
  • Professional Experience and Memberships


    • American Economic Association
    • Financial Management Association
    • American Risk and Insurance Association
    • Eastern Finance Association
    • Western Economic Association International
  • Honors, Awards, and Grants

    Salih Neftci Memorial Award, Best Macro-Finance Paper 2018-19

    Conference Travel Grant 2017-18

    CUNY GC Doctoral Research Student Grant, 2017-18

    CUNY GC Doctoral Research Student Grant, 2015-16

    Salie Mae Bank Award, 2015-16

    CUNY GC Grad Fellowship, 2014-15

    Gerondelis Foundation Fellowship, 2013-14