Adjunct Assistant Professor
Affiliation: NYU Abu Dhabi
Education: BSFS Georgetown University, MPhil Columbia University, PhD Columbia University
Research Areas: CSR, Gender, Valuation Techniques, SSC
Alicja Reuben holds a BSFS from Georgetown University and PhD in Management from Columbia University. Her dissertation employed historical data, experimental and qualitative methods to study sociolegal actors. Her primary stream of research focuses on analyzing managerial determinants of financial, corporate social responsibility, and shared service center outcomes. Besides her work involving financial instruments and Islamic finance, Alicja also holds a systemized interest in gender.
Spanning these broad fields of research Alicja uses experimental and historical data methodologies to study prosecutors and equilibrium behavior of individuals. She recently published “Banks Asset and Liability Valuation in the New Regulatory Environment: A Game Theory Perspective” in the Journal of Banking Regulation as well as “Corporate Social Responsibility: An Experimental Analysis” in the Eurasian Economic Review with co-authors.