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Sam Kruger

Assistant Professor

Department:     Finance

Research Areas:     Asset Pricing, Finance - Corporate, Real Estate Finance

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Biography

Sam Kruger is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business. His research interests include corporate finance, asset pricing, and real estate.

ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP & AWARDS

2019

McCombs Research Excellence Grant

2018

University of Texas Society for Teaching Excellence

2017

McCombs Research Excellence Grant

2016

McCombs Research Excellence Grant

2015

McCombs Research Excellence Grant

Publications

Samuel Kruger and Gonzalo Maturana. 2021. Collateral Misreporting in the Residential Mortgage-Backed Security Market. Management Science 67(4), 2729-2750.

Samuel Kruger. 2021. High Aversion to Stochastic Time Preference Shocks and Counterfactual Long-Run Risk in the Albuquerque et al. Valuation Risk Model. Critical Finance Review 10(3), 383-408.

John M. Griffin, Samuel Kruger, and Gonzalo Maturana. 2021. What Drove the 2003-2006 House Price Boom and Subsequent Collapse? Disentangling Competing Explanations. Journal of Financial Economics 141(3), 1007-1035.

John M. Griffin, Samuel Kruger, and Gonzalo Maturana. 2019. Do Labor Markets Discipline? Evidence from RMBS Bankers. Journal of Financial Economics 133(3), 726-750.

John M. Griffin, Samuel Kruger, and Gonzalo Maturana. 2019. Personal Infidelity and Professional Conduct in 4 Settings. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) 116(33), 16268-16273.

Samuel Kruger. 2018. The Effect of Mortgage Securitization on Foreclosure and Modification. Journal of Financial Economics 129(3), 586-607.