Barney Hartman-Glaser is an Assistant Professor of Finance at UCLA Anderson School of Management. Prior to joining UCLA Anderson, he was an assistant professor at the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. He received his Ph.D. in finance and real estate from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley. Professor Hartman-Glaser's research applies contract and game theory to financial and real estate markets. Recently, he conducted research on the consequences of private information in mortgage markets in which he showed that mortgage-backed securities issuers may cash-in on their reputations by selling low-quality assets.
Professor Hartman-Glaser has also written on the incentives of mortgage originators to screen for good borrowers. He showed that requiring originators to retain an equity "tranche" is the most effective way to encourage good behavior.
At Duke, Professor Hartman-Glaser taught real estate finance and core corporate finance. He teaches Foundations of Finance at UCLA Anderson.
Stanford University: graduated with Honors in Mathematics, 2003
Fisher Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics Fellow 2005-2009
White Foundation Dissertation Fellow 2009-2010
Institute for Business and Economics Research Mini-grant 2010
Fisher Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics Research Grant 2010-2011