Robert Wosnitzer

by JCE August 6, 2020

Robert Wosnitzer joined New York University Stern School of Business as a Clinical Assistant Professor in 2015. Professor Wosnitzer’s research focuses on financial cultures, ethics, derivatives and regulation. His work studies the social and cultural histories of trading credit instruments and derivatives, and he is a founding member of the Cultures of Finance Group at NYU’s Institute for Public Knowledge. His current research projects engage with the social logics of derivatives, as well as exploring the potential of blockchain technologies to recalibrate the social and political registers. Prior to joining NYU, he traded and placed debt instruments with institutional clients for over a decade at firms including Lehman Brothers and Wells Fargo Capital Markets.