Laurie Krigman

Laurie Krigman

Education & Credentials

  • BA, Economics – William Smith College
  • MBA, Finance – Syracuse University
  • Ph.D., Finance – University of Colorado



Laurie Krigman is an Associate Professor of Finance and holder of the Peter Black Senior Term Chair at Babson College. Prior to joining Babson College, she was an Assistant Professor of Finance at the University of Arizona. She has taught courses at both the graduate and undergraduate levels on such topics as valuation, corporate finance, and financial management. She also served as Portfolio Manager for Trinity Investment Management Corporation, where she managed and invested portfolios employing quantitative investment modeling.

Professor Krigman has published peer-reviewed articles on the financial markets in the Journal of Finance, Review of Financial Studies, Journal of Financial Economics, and the Journal of Business. She is an Associate Editor of the Review of Finance and Accounting, has presented her research at numerous universities and conferences around the world, and has served on conference program committees. She is a member of the American Finance Association, Financial Management Association, and the Western Finance Association. Her current research interests include the topics of investment banking, regulation of markets, and conflicts of interest in capital markets.

In addition to her academic activities, Professor Krigman provides consulting services to the legal profession, primarily on issues relating to publicly traded securities. She has submitted expert reports and provided testimony regarding such topics as market efficiency, securities valuation, loss causation, and damages.