Aleksandar Šević is an Associate Professor at the Trinity Business School of Trinity College Dublin. From 2010 to 2020, he was the Director of the Masters in Finance Program, which was ranked fifth in 2020 in Ireland and the United Kingdom by the “Financial Times” magazine. Since 2021, he has been the Director of the Masters in Risk Management Program. Before he started working at Trinity College, Aleksandar was a lecturer at the Newcastle University Business School (New South Wales), in the Commonwealth of Australia.
He completed his Bachelor’s studies at the Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade, within the study program Finance, banking and insurance. After completing his studies, he got a job at the Economics Institute, where he worked until going to Singapore to get his PhD. He completed his two-year Master’s studies in the field of International relations at the Graduate School of International Relations of the International University of Japan, in Niigata Prefecture. He defended his PhD thesis in finance at Nanyang Business School from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore in 2003.
Aleksandar is the assistant editor of the magazine “Finance Research Letters”. He published his works in domestic and foreign journals, such as “International Review of Financial Analysis”, “Journal of Business Research”, “Economics of Enterprise”, “Accounting”, “Yugoslav Banking”, “Journal of International Money and Finance”, “Journal of Multinational Financial Management”, “Research in International Business and Finance”, “Annals of Operations Research”, “Technological Forecasting and Social Change”, “International Journal of Finance and Economics”, “Journal of International Financial Markets”, “Institutions and Money”, “Managerial Finance” and “Finance Research Letters”. In addition, he holds the CFA charter (since 2005) and the CAIA charter (since 2013).