University of Missouri
Columbia, MO 65211
PhD, University of Georgia, 2016; MS, University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, 2011; BS Khulna University, 1997.
Abed Rabbani, PhD, CFP®, is an assistant professor in the Department of Personal Financial Planning at the University of Missouri. After completing a Bachelor of Science degree at Khulna University in Bangladesh, he moved to Australia where he earned a Master of Applied Science at James Cook University. He later came to the United States where he earned a Master of Science in Economics and Marketing at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff and a PhD. in Financial Planning at the University of Georgia. He teaches personal financial planning curriculum in employee benefits and retirement planning, as well as risk management and insurance. His research is focused primarily on financial risk tolerance, financial knowledge, and financial wellness. He is the lead investigator on the Investment Risk Tolerance Assessment program and a partner administrator of 2020 Study on Collegiate Financial Wellness (SCFW).