Welcome to our New Website
Swedish House of Finance is evolving. We hope that our new digital home will provide you with just the information and news related to finance that you are looking for.
As of June 15, we have merged the two entities Swedish House of Finance and SIFR – Institute for Financial Research into one single organization, with the name Swedish House of Finance at the Stockholm School of Economics. The name SIFR will disappear but their tasks, personnel and expertise remain. In fact, we will continue our work in the same way as before but hopefully in a smarter and more efficient way.
WOMEN IN FINANCE DAY 18th October 2016, Stockholm
Oliver Wyman participants •Dr Astrid Jäkel, Partner and Lead Author of Women in Finance report •Martin Andersson, Partner and former Director of Swedish FSA •Daniela Peterhoff, Partner and contributor to the Women in Finance report Swedish House of Finance participants •Maria Frithz Warg, SSE Senior advisor at SHoF •Kajsa Asplund, researcher at Stockholm School of Economics […]
Magnus Dahlquist leads new programs for investment professionals
In December 2016 and March 2017, Stockholm School of Economics Executive Education launches two new programs for investment professionals: Long Term Asset Management and Quantitative Investment Strategies. Each two-day program will be led by professor Magnus Dahlquist, Swedish House of Finance. The first program, Long Term Asset Management, is designed for people involved in the process […]
Mariassunta Giannetti new Wim Duisenberg Fellow at ECB
Each year, the European Central Bank (ECB) awards fellowships to leading economists. This year, Professor Mariassunta Giannetti at the Swedish House of Finance was awarded a Wim Duisenberg Research Fellowship. She will visit the ECB during the spring to meet with other economists and policy makers and conduct research on issues related to fire sales and […]
Per Strömberg on SVT News
Per Strömberg recently appeared on Swedish news to comment on the government investigation of profits in the welfare sector. Read an article, based on the tv-appearance, about his view on the conclusions of the investigation here.
Magnus Dahlquist publishing in The Review of Financial Studies
Congratulations to Magnus Dahlquist whose paper “Individual Investor Activity and Performance” co-authored together with José Vicente Martinez and Paul Söderlind was recently accepted to The Review of Financial Studies. We look forward to seeing it in print!
Earnings and the Value of Voting Rights
Oguzhan Karakas, Boston College