Nikola Gradojevic received the Ph.D. degree in financial economics from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada, in 2003. Currently, he is a Professor of Finance in the Department of Economics and Finance at the University of Guelph.
During his career he took positions at the University of British Columbia, Bank of Canada, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, IÉSEG School of Management, Lakehead University, and in the private sector as a consultant in the financial and mining industries. He has held or still holds visiting appointments at Rouen Business School in France, University of Bologna in Italy, University of Essex (The Centre for Computational Finance and Economic Agents) in the United Kingdom, Mediterranean School of Business in Tunisia, Faculty of Economics in Montenegro and University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences in Serbia. He is currently a Senior Fellow at the Rimini Center for Economic Analysis in Italy.
Dr. Gradojevic’s research interests include Empirical Asset Pricing, Market Microstructure, High-Frequency Finance, International Finance, Risk Management, Entropy, Wavelets, Artificial Intelligence (e.g., neural networks and fuzzy logic), Technical Trading, Asset Price Volatility, Bubbles and Jumps.