Adam Jorring is an assistant professor of finance at the Boston College Carroll School of Management. He studies household and firm behavior in consumer credit markets, focusing on how competition, technology, and behavioral biases affect the pricing and allocation of credit. Jorring earned his Ph.D. in financial economics at the University of Chicago’s Department of Economics and Booth School of Business.
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