Decision analysis, Dodd-Frank Stress Testing, and complex derivative valuation
Dr. Manlapig graduated from the University of Queensland with degrees in both economics (economic statistics) and commerce (corporate finance). He earned two master’s degrees and a doctorate in economics at Columbia University. His graduate school research focused on the economics of speed dating, and he’s interested in matching markets and the behavioral side of economics. He taught economics at Hope College for two years before taking a consulting position at Deloitte Financial Advisory Service, where he specialized in decision analysis, Dodd-Frank Stress Testing, and complex derivative valuation. He joined the Westmont faculty in 2014.