Luis Viceira is the George E. Bates Professor at the Harvard Business School and Senior Associate Dean for Executive Education.
At Harvard Business School Professor Viceira teaches in the area of Capital Markets and Investment Management and in his capacity as senior associate dean, he oversees the activities and management of more than 120 program offerings for executives.
He is a faculty research fellow for the National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, Massachusetts, a fellow of the TIAA-CREF Institute in New York, a member of the Asset Allocation Advisory Board at Norges Bank Investment Management in Oslo and London, a trustee of Milton Academy in Milton, Massachusetts, and a director of MAPFRE USA in Webster, Massachusetts.
An award-winning researcher, he is interested in the study of asset allocation strategies for long-term investors, asset valuations, household finance, international finance, and innovation in asset management. He has authored multiple articles published in leading academic and practitioner finance journals, book chapters, and numerous Harvard Business School case studies. He is also the author of Strategic Asset Allocation (with John Y. Campbell).
His research has received several awards recognizing its contributions to the theory and practice of asset management. He holds a bachelor degree from the Universidad Autonoma in Madrid, and a M.A. degree and a Ph.D. from Harvard University. Professor Viceira has been a member of the faculty of the Harvard Business School since 1998.