Keith earned his PhD in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley and his Bachelors of Arts in Economics from Harvard. Prior to coming to DePaul, he was a Whitebox Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Yale School of Management and a Lecturer of Economics at Yale. His research interests include financial decision making, investor behavior, and behavioral finance. He has published his research in the academic journals Management Science, the Journal of Financial Markets, and Financial Management among others, and he has presented his research at international conferences such as the European Finance Association Annual Meetings and the Netspar International Pension Workshop.
Keith teaches courses at DePaul in Behavioral Finance and Investments. His teaching has been recognized with the Allyn Young Teaching Prize at Harvard and the QIC Excellence in Teaching Award at DePaul. He also serves as a judge in the annual Driehaus Portfolio Competition. Keith lives in Oak Park with his wife and two children.
Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley 2008
B.A. Harvard College 2003