Christopher Hansman is an Assistant Professor of Financial Economics. He holds a BS in Mathematics and Economics from the University of Chicago and a PhD in Economics from Columbia. Dr. Hansman focuses on empirical research in household finance and public economics.
Gupta A, Hansman C, 2021, Selection, leverage, and default in the mortgage market, The Review of Financial Studies, ISSN:0893-9454
et al., 2020, Vertical integration, supplier behavior, and quality upgrading among exporters, Journal of Political Economy, Vol:128, ISSN:0022-3808, Pages:3570-3625
Hansman CJ, Hjort J, Leon G, 2018, Interlinked firms and the consequences of piecemeal regulation, Journal of the European Economic Association, Vol:17, ISSN:1542-4766, Pages:876-916
Gupta A, Hansman C, Frenchman E, 2016, The Heavy Costs of High Bail: Evidence from Judge Randomization, The Journal of Legal Studies, Vol:45, ISSN:0047-2530, Pages:471-505
Conti G, Hansman C, 2013, Personality and the education–health gradient: A note on “Understanding differences in health behaviors by education”, Journal of Health Economics, Vol:32, ISSN:0167-6296, Pages:480-485