Dr. Vihang Errunza joined McGill's Faculty of Management in 1976. He had previously been with the Instituto de Adminstracion de Empreasas (INCAE), a Harvard-initiated graduate school of business in Nicaragua, and with the University of California at Berkeley.
In the Finance area, Dr. Errunza teaches such courses as Capital Markets, Portfolio Management, Corporate Finance and Financial Management, while in the International Business area, he teaches International Finance-Macro and Micro, and International Investments. He also conducts advanced seminars on International Finance and Economics.
Dr. Errunza is recognized as a leader in research on asset pricing and portfolio management in emerging markets. His current research emphasizes: the determination of securities' prices in an increasingly integrated world market; money and capital markets; less-developed countries, international finance and the debt crisis; and multinational valuation and risk management. He has authored or co-authored numerous articles, including "Capital Flow Controls, International Asset Pricing and Investor's Welfare" in Journal of Finance and "Emerging Markets: Some New Concepts" in Journal of Portfolio Management. A frequent contributor to many prestigious conferences, he has also addressed a great number of academic and professional associations.
Through his consulting activities, Dr. Errunza has shared his expertise with such organizations as The World Bank Group, Bank of Montreal, Templeton Investment Counsel Inc., Rosenberg-Alpha LP and UNCTAD. He has directed management and executive seminars for a variety of institutions globally and has held senior positions in various associations, journal editorships and university committees in Canada, the US, India and Nicaragua.