Richard J. Kish is the Allen C. DuBois Distinguished Professor. His current research interests include fixed-income securities (mortgage, treasuries, corporates, and catastrophe bonds); green financing, and policy (water, plastics, and EVs). He also investigates alternative financing (reverse mortgage, crowdfunding, and payday lending). His other recent research interests include real options, mergers and acquisitions, and financial education. Professor Kish has published papers on these topics in journals including Financial Review, Journal of Real Estate Practice and Education, Review of Economics and Finance, Finance Letters, Journal of Investing, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, and Applied Financial Economics. He teaches courses in fixed-income securities and investments.