Deutsche Bank Doctoral Fellows


The Deutsche Bank Doctoral Fellowship for 2014-16 is awarded to Jonathan Pinder.


Jonathan Pinder is a PhD student in the Department of Economics. His research focuses on the implications of incorporating financial intermediaries into macroeconomic models, and the possible consequences of policy including macroprudential regulation. He has a BA in Economics from Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge, and a MSc and MRes (both in Economics) from the London School of Economics.




The review panel has also decided to renew the fellowship of Hoyong Choi for a further year. He will therefore join Jonathan as Deutsche Bank fellow for 2014-15.

Hoyong Choi 

Hoyong Choi is a third year PhD student in the Department of Finance and has been a member of the FMG since 2012. Prior to joining LSE, he worked at Korea Investment & Securities after graduating from Yonsei University. Hoyong’s research interests include asset pricing, fixed income and financial econometrics. In his paper ‘Information in (and not in) Treasury options’, he examines term premia in the US Treasury markets using a novel approach that incorporates information in Treasury options into affine dynamic term structure models.



Please note: this information shown here was correct when the fellowship was awarded in April 2014.

Details of previous Deutsche Bank fellows are available here.|