My students will find me to be highly approachable. Financial planners need to be people you trust, and I believe that starts in the classroom.

My research focuses on three primary areas: Performance evaluation across different stages of the financial planning process; Examination of the association between financial well-being, welfare dependency and health among underserved populations; and identification of factors that improve financial decision making among transitioning young adults and the elderly households.

My current research in progress includes: Measuring the value of financial advice across the different stages of the financial planning process; examining factors that are associated with greater financial resilience among households recovering from an adverse financial event; and determining the association between household financial decision making and their food insecurity as well as food purchase behavior.

Learn more about Swarn Chatterjee.

Swarnankur Chatterjee
College of Family and Consumer Sciences
Housing Research Center
Athens, GA
Education: 
Ph.D., Texas Tech University