Carey Business School
Kevin Frick, PhDProfessor Carey School of Business
Kevin Frick has worked on the economic evaluation of interventions to limit the incidence of blindness and visual impairment as well as to limit the impact of the conditions. He applied his expertise in studies focusing on the economic impact of conditions related to the eye (and other areas of health) and the cost-effectiveness of preventing and treating the same.
- Business of Health
- Eye Disease
Nagpurnanand Prabhala, PhDProfessor of Finance and Francis J. Carey, Jr. Carey School of Business
Prabhala's work on India focuses on banks, financial intermediaries, and corporate finance in India. His prior and ongoing research includes work on credit scoring and its adoption by Indian banks, bank runs, the use of robo-advisors for wealth management, lowering frictions in consumer credit search, retail lending under fairness criteria, the impact of regulations and government programs such as laws to strengthening creditor rights, priority sector lending programs to aid small businesses, and PMJDY, a large-scale financial inclusion program.
Alessandro Rebucci, PhD, MSAssociate Professor Carey School of Business
Alessandro Rebucci is an Associate Professor in Finance and Economics at the Carey Business School, holding a joint appointment with the Economics Department of the Krieger School of Art and Science. Prof. Rebucci is a NBER Faculty Research Fellow (International Finance and Macroeconomics Program), a CEPR Research Fellow (International Macroeconomics and Finance Programme), and a Research Fellow at the Center for Urban & Real Estate Management, Globalization of Real Estate Network (University of Zurich) and the Centre for Applied Financial Economics (University of Southern California). He is Associate Editor for the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, the Journal of Banking of Finance, the Journal of International Money and Finance, and Economia (the Journal of the Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association--LACEA). Prof. Rebucci had Visiting Scholar Positions at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, the Central Bank of Finland, and the IMF Research Department. Before joining Carey, Prof. Rebucci held research and policy positions at the Inter-American Development Bank (2008-2013) and the International Monetary Fund (1998-2008). His research interests include international finance and banking, and more recently the study of the diffusion and impact of COVID-19.
Emilia Simeonova, PhDProfessor Carey School of Business
Dr Simeonova is an applied economist who works at the intersection of health and behavioral economics. She has a special interest in children's development and the impact of policies on long-term health and economic outcomes of children. Dr. Simeonova has done research on the determinants of adherence with medication and the effects of COVID-19 on communities.
- Business of Health
- Digital Health
Richard Smith, PhDVice Dean of Education and Partnerships, Professor of Practice Carey School of Business
I am a research fellow at ISB. Human Capital Development. Retention in India; Book Chapters on Talent Management in India; Leadership in India; Monthly column in the India HR publication, People Matters.