Research Associate, Cambridge Centre for Finance (CCFin) and Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance (CERF)
BA (Shahid Beheshti University), MSc, PhD (Warwick Business School)
Dr Motahari has acted as a consultant for various asset management companies in the City, assisting them in using the latest academic insights to devise proprietary trading strategies in equity markets.
Empirical asset pricing; market mispricing and anomalies; trading strategies; behavioural finance; artificial intelligence and machine learning in finance.
Mehrshad Motahari is a member of the Finance subject group.
Bartram, S.M., Branke, J., De Rossi, G. and Motahari, M. (2021) “Machine learning for active portfolio management.” Journal of Financial Data Science, 3(3): 9-30 (DOI: 10.3905/jfds.2021.1.071)
Bartram, S.M., Branke, J. and Motahari, M. (2020) Artificial intelligence in asset management. Charlottesville, VA: CFA Institute Research Foundation.
Kumar, A., Motahari, M. and Taffler, R. (2020) “Skewness preference and market anomalies.” Social Science Research Network Working Papers Series, No.3166638. (Available online via the SSRN)
Motahari, M. (2020) “Geographic heterogeneity, local sentiment, and market anomalies.” Social Science Research Network Working Papers Series, No.3277128. (Available online via the SSRN)