Martin J. Gruber
Martin J. Gruber is the Nomura Professor of Finance at New York University Stern School of Business. He is a fellow of both the American Finance Association and the Financial Management Association. He is past president of the American Finance Association and served as Finance Department Chairman at NYU for nine years. His primary research areas of interest include mutual funds; performance management; portfolio construction and analysis; portfolio management; and portfolio theory. The sixth edition of his book, Modern Portfolio Theory and Investment Analysis, is one of the leading texts in graduate schools of business. In addition, he has published six other books in investment analysis and portfolio management. Professor Gruber has written over 100 articles appeared in the Journal of Finance, Review of Economics and Statistics, Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of Business, Management Science, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Operations Research, Oxford Economic Papers and the Journal of Portfolio Management. Professor Gruber has received the Graham and Dodd Award for research in investments and in 2004 was awarded the prestigious James R. Vertin Award by AIMR in recognition of his research notable for its relevance and enduring quality to investment professionals. Professor Gruber received his Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his Master of Business Administration in production management and his Doctor of Philosophy in finance and economics from Columbia University.