Ilya Strebulaev is a tenured Professor of Finance at the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, and a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research. He graduated from the London Business School with a doctorate in Finance in 2004. He also holds degrees from Lomonosov Moscow State University (B.Sc. Economics) and the New Economic School, Moscow (M.A. Economics).
Ilya is an expert in corporate finance and credit risk. His work includes papers published in the Journal of Finance, the Review of Financial Studies, and the Journal of Financial Economics.Ilya has been awarded the First Paper Prize of the Brattle Award for the best corporate paper published in the Journal of Finance, the Fama-DFA Prize for the best asset pricing paper published in the Journal of Financial Economics, and the Trefftzs Award by the Western Finance Association. He teaches at the MBA, PhD, and executive education programs, and has been awarded the MBA Distinguished Teaching Award at Stanford GSB as well as the inaugural Masters in Management Best Teacher Award at the London Business School.
His most recent work has examined issues of dynamic capital structure, strategic financial decision-making, and empirical estimation of firms’ financing decisions. Ilya teaches the MBA angel and VC investment and decision-making course, the Sloan finance course, and the PhD advanced corporate finance course. When not teaching or doing research, Ilya enjoys reading, traveling, hiking, listening to classical music, and collecting and appreciating fine wine and art.