Research Interests: operations research, economics, finance
Gerry Tsoukalas is an assistant professor at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. His research interests lie at the interface of operations, economics and finance. His recent work focuses on market systems and the supply/demand of liquidity at the market microstructure level.
Professor Tsoukalas completed his undergraduate studies in France, receiving degrees in Physics from UPVII and Engineering from ISAE-Supaero. He also holds a S.M. in Aeronautics & Astronautics from MIT and was previously a doctoral exchange scholar at the MIT Sloan School of Management. He completed his doctoral studies in the Management Science & Engineering Department at Stanford University.
Professor Tsoukalas has experience working with a variety of firms in the financial services industry. Previously, he was a structured products trader at Morgan Stanley in London. He has also consulted for proprietary investment firms and has held stints in several international banks, including Barclays Capital and Societe Generale.