Elisabeth Kempf is an Associate Professor of Finance at the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business. Her primary research interest is in empirical corporate finance. Her research has explored the behavior and incentives of financial analysts and economists as well as issues related to corporate governance. Her work has been published in the Review of Financial Studies and in the Journal of Financial Economics. She holds a Ph.D. in finance from Tilburg University (Netherlands). Prior to her Ph.D. studies, she worked as an analyst at Deutsche Bank. Elisabeth Kempf joined Chicago Booth in 2016 as an Assistant Professor of Finance. Her primary research interest is in empirical corporate finance. Her research has explored biases and career concerns of financial analysts as well as issues related to corporate governance. Her work has been published in the Review of Financial Studies and the Journal of Financial Economics, and has been covered in major news outlets such as Bloomberg and CNBC. Kempf holds a Ph.D. in finance from Tilburg University (Netherlands), an M.Sc. in finance from HEC Paris (France), and a B.Sc. in business administration from the University of Mannheim (Germany).