Jeffrey Busse joined Emory University and Goizueta Business School in 1998. His research focuses on investments, with an emphasis on mutual funds. Jeff received his Ph.D. from New York University, where he was an instructor from 1996-1998. Jeff has worked for Ford Motor Company, American Express, and Honeywell.
Ph.D.New York University1998
MBAUniversity of Chicago1992
BScUniversity of Minnesota1987
May 18, 2016InvestopediaManagers of concentrated funds have outperformed the main holdings in larger traditional funds because the stocks they bet on have outperformed those key holdings more the more broadly diversified fund group.
December 8, 2014Emory BusinessJeff Busse, associate professor of finance, and Jim Minnick 99EvMBA, founder and CEO of eVestment, first crossed paths in 1998. Busse was teaching his first Emory course—International Finance—and Minnick was finishing his Evening MBA and planning the Cobb County, GA-based business that is now one of the largest institutional investment data and analytics companies in the world. Busse and Minnick caught up recently over coffee in the Oxford Building’s living room on the Emory campus...