Peter Rathjens, Ph.D.
Peter Rathjens has the overall responsibility for Arrowstreet's investment products and chairs the firm's Investment Committee.
From 1998 to 1999, Peter was the Chief Investment Officer, and from 1995 to 1999, the Director of Global Investments at PanAgora Asset Management.
oversaw all of PanAgora's
investment strategies, with particular responsibility for the global strategies, including Global Asset Allocation, International Equities, and Emerging Market Equities
Prior to that, he
directed PanAgora's research team since 1992.
In that role, he
was responsible for coordinating and overseeing all the research undertaken at PanAgora
Peter started his career in quantitative asset management at Colonial Asset Management where he built quantitative models for forecasting and managing active equity portfolios.
previous work experience includes jobs at Data Resources and Lehman Bros.
, where he
built economic forecasting models.
Peter's academic career included positions as an Instructor at Princeton University and as an Assistant Professor and Adjunct Professor at Brandeis University.
publications include papers in the Journal of Forecasting
and in the Review of Economic and Statistics.
Peter received his Ph.D. and MA in Economics from Princeton University in 1990, and a B.A. in Economics and Mathematics from Oberlin College in 1981.
John Campbell works with Peter Rathjens
and Tuomo Vuolteenaho to formulate Arrowstreet's
Tuomo Vuolteenaho works with John Campbell, John Capeci, and Peter Rathjens
to advance Arrowstreet's
research agenda, focusing on new signals and strategies based on both academic public-domain and proprietary quantitative research.