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Academic Area

  • Finance
  • School

  • Busch School of Business
  • Expertise

  • Technical Analysis
  • Algorithmic Trading
  • Cryptocurrency
  • Life-cycle Investing
  • Catholic Faith-based Investing
  • Before joining The Catholic University of America, Dr. Svogun received his PhD in Economics from Fordham University’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, where he taught undergraduate Economics and Statistics for four years as a graduate student. Since joining The Busch School in Fall 2020, Dr. Svogun has taught Introduction to Finance, Corporate Finance and Advanced Corporate Finance, which cover topics such as the time value of money, ratio analysis, valuing of stocks and bonds, corporate tax policy and implications of tax on corporate structure.

    Dr. Svogun has published research in the fields of technical analysis, cryptocurrency and life-cycle investing in journals such as International Review of Financial Analysis, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, and Applied Economics. Recent work has also included study on the implementation of the most recently updated United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) Socially Responsible Investing Guidelines in investing decisions. Dr. Svogun has presented his research at many conferences including the annual conference of the Eastern Economic Association, Southern Economic Association, Southwestern Finance Association, and as an invited speaker at the International Conference on Computational and Financial Econometrics.