Botir Kobilov is a John M. Olin Fellow in Empirical Law and Finance. He is a second-year PhD student at Harvard Business School. His current work focuses on issues of corporate governance; behavioral biases, beliefs and expectations that influence financial decisions of capital markets participants; and how information and its disclosure plays an important role in mitigating them.
Botir is also a teaching fellow for courses taught at Harvard Law School and Harvard Business School.
Botir holds Master’s degree in Economics from Duke University. Earlier in his career, Botir worked as a lead economist at the Central Bank of Uzbekistan.