seems that most of them going to industry instead of academia
actually, my research interest is AI/ machine learning in Finance, not financial economics.I think their PhD in Finance is relatively new, it's a program hosted by their business school and it includes many courses in economics and asset pricing. I think the goal of this PhD is to place people in academia. If I'm not mistake, BU economics program is has good placement, so It would seem right that their PhD in Finance be able to place students in great departments too, but that's just pure speculation at this point.
then this program may not be appropriate for you.actually, my research interest is AI/ machine learning in Finance, not financial economics.
thanks for sharing.then this program may not be appropriate for you.
you might to look at schools with great machine learning and mathematical finance programs.
On top of my head I know IIT's Finance PhD program (business school) has a faculty there who focuses on what you're looking for: Matthew Dixon | IIT Stuart School of Business | Illinois Institute of Technology
so the phd in management science is their phd in finance, if you look at the content it's straight up a phd in finance.thanks for sharing.
I just checked on their website. It seems that they only offer Ph.D. in Management Science, Finance Concentration.