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Alexander Montag

Assistant Professor

Alexander is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Finance at Indiana University and an Assistant Professor (on Leave of Absence) at the University of Warwick, where he received an award for outstanding contribution to teaching. Alexander’s research interests are entrepreneurial finance, asset management, and private markets. He holds a DPhil in Finance from the University of Oxford. Before commencing his undergraduate studies, Alexander completed a two-year apprenticeship to become a Banking Professional at Deutsche Bank in Hamburg, Germany. His teaching experience covers courses in big data and finance, entrepreneurship, and econometrics at various levels.


Affiliated Researcher

Alexander Montag

Indiana University and University of Warwick
Research interests: Corporate finance, Entrepreneurship, Private equity, venture capital

Some of the questions Alexander Montag tries to answer in his research:

  • How are different sources of capital related to entrepreneurial success?
  • How do startup companies evolve over their life cycle?
Current writings
Published at IFN
Working Papers