Terry Moon

Assistant Professor

My research fields are in public economics and corporate finance. My current projects study the effects of capital gains taxes on firms’ investment and the spillover effects of political patronage on the allocation of bank credits in private markets. I am also interested in how firms’ market power affects their investment, capital structure, and employment decisions.

I received my Ph.D. in economics from Princeton University and B.A. in economics and mathematics from Cornell University.

To learn about my research, visit my website.