Timothy Dombrowski, Ph.D.


Phone: 314-516-6148
Office: 232 Anheuser-Busch Hall
You can download Dr. Dombrowski's CV here. 


Timothy Dombrowski is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. He holds a Ph.D. from Louisiana State University with a major in Finance, minor in Economics, and graduate certificate in Econometrics. He also received a B.A. in Accounting and Mathematics from Saint Leo University. His research focuses on a variety of topics across real estate finance, including risk management in mortgage markets, flood insurance markets, and innovations in financial technology. He has articles published in the Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, Advances in Econometrics, Journal of Housing Research, and others. Dombrowski also takes an active role on campus as the faculty advisor of the Finance Club, which hosts an annual Finance Career Conference as well as other events.


Ph.D. in Finance with Economics Minor, Louisiana State Unversity

Graduate Certificate in Econometrics, Louisiana State University

B.A. Accounting and Mathematics, Saint Leo University

A.A. Pasco-Hernando State College

FINANCE 3500 - Financial Management

FINANCE 3572/6572 - Financial Data Analytics

FINANCE 3574/6574 - AI Applications in Finance

FINANCE 3599 - SIE Exam Prep.

FINANCE 6590 - PMBA Fintech Seminar

Dombrowski, T.P., Ratnadiwakara, D., and Slawson Jr., V.C. (2021), "The FIMA NFIP’s Redacted Policies and Redacted Claims Datasets." Journal of Real Estate Literature, 28:2, 190-212.

Dombrowski, T.P., Pace, R.K. Ratnadiwakara, D., and Slawson Jr., V.C. (2020), "Deductible Choice in Flood Insurance: Who Chooses the Maximum?" Journal of Housing Research, 29:sup1, S144-S169.

Dombrowski, T.P., Narayanan, R.P., and Pace, R.K. (2020), "The Rank-Size Rule and Challenges in Diversifying Commercial Real Estate Portfolios," Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, forthcoming to print. 

Dombrowski, T.P., Pace, R.K., and Narayanan, R.P. (2020), "Mortgage Portfolio Diversification in the Presence of Cross-Sectional and Spatial Dependence," Advances in Econometrics 41: 383-411.