Juhani Linnainmaa is a partner and advisor of Research Affiliates, a global asset manager dedicated to profoundly impacting the investment community through its insights and products. The firm creates investment strategies and tools based upon award-winning research, and delivers these solutions in partnership with some of the world’s premier financial institutions. Juhani focuses on strategic research, product development, and thought leadership. Recent research with Research Affiliates includes Three Blunders that Plague Factor Investing, Factor Momentum, and Reports of Value’s Death May Be Greatly Exaggerated.
Juhani is also a professor of Business Administration at Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business and a research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, Massachusetts. From 2006 to 2016, he was on the faculty of University of Chicago. Juhani conducts research on asset pricing, investments, and finance.
In 2019, he received the Q Group’s Jack Treynor Prize for superior academic work for his research on factor momentum. In 2018, Juhani won the Amundi Smith Breeden Prize for best article from the Journal of Finance for his paper on asset pricing and financial advisors. Previously, he earned the Marshall E. Blume Prize (2016) and the CFA Society & Hillsdale Canadian Investment Research Award (2015).
Juhani received a BA and MSc from the Helsinki School of Economics, and PhD from the Anderson School of Management at UCLA.