Andreas Neuhierl

Assistant Professor of Finance

Andreas Neuhierl

Andreas Neuhierl

Andreas Neuhierl joined the Olin Business School in 2020. He received his PhD and MS in Finance from Northwestern (Kellogg). Prior to joining Olin, he was on the faculty of the university of Notre Dame and held visiting appointments and the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago. His research interest include empirical asset pricing, financial econometrics, macroeconomics and commodity markets. Specifically, recent research has examined the role of monetary policy for equity markets and the use of machine learning methods for financial prediction problems.

Area of Expertise

Econometrics, Monetary Policy, Asset Pricing, Finance/Investments


  • Ph D 2015, Northwestern University
  • Dr. rer. pol. 2009, University of Ausburg
  • Diplom 2005, University of Ausburg

Selected Publications

  • "Dissecting Characteristics Nonparametrically", Review of Financial Studies, Issue 5, 2326-2377, with Joachim Freyberger, Michael Weber, 2020
  • "Monetary Policy Communication, Policy Slope, and the Stock Market", Journal of Monetary Economics, 140-155, with Michael Weber, 2019
  • "Arbitrage Portfolios", Review of Financial Studies, 2813-2856, with S. Kim, R.A. Korajczyk, 2021
  • "Market Reaction to Corporate Press Releases", Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 1207-1240, with Anna Scherbina, Bernd Schlusche, 2013
  • "Data Snooping and Market-Timing Rule Performance", Journal of Financial Econometrics, 550-581, with Bernd Schlusche, 2011
  • "Frequency Dependent Risk", Journal of Financial Economics, 644-675, with R.T. Varneskov, 2021