Kenneth Carow is a professor of finance at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business Indianapolis. He teaches courses in corporate finance, financial risk management and financial institutions. His primary research interests include financial institutions and the deregulation of markets.
Carow received his Chartered Financial Analysis designation in 2006 and graduated from Purdue University with a Ph.D. in finance. He has taught at Indiana University, University of Tulsa, Purdue University and Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea.
Areas of Expertise
Banking, debt design, financial institutions, insurance, general finance.