Robert (Bob) Dittmar is a Professor of Finance at the Ross School of Business, Universityof Michigan.  Prior to joining the University in 2003, he taught at the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University.  Professor Dittmar received his Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina in 2000.

Professor Dittmar’s research focuses on issues in asset pricing, with emphases on the pricing of fixed income securities, understanding cross-sectional differences in expected equity returns, and the information in option prices for underlying equities.  Recent work examines the risk of default implicit in the prices of nominal and inflation-protected U.S. Treasury securities and the impact of intratemporal substitution between consumption goods on expected equity returns.

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