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.
Leading international academics meet in Stockholm to debate corporate governance research
Anders Anderson and David Robinson publishing in the Journal of Financial Economics
Congratulations to Anders Anderson, Director of the Swedish House of Finance and David Robinson, member of the Advisory Board whose paper “Precautionary savings, retirement planning and misperceptions of financial literacy” was recently accepted to the Journal of Financial Economics. The paper can be found here.
Conference program grant
We gratefully acknowledge a contribution of SEK 650,000 from Jan Wallander and Tom Hedlius Stiftelse to our conference program in financial economics. Thanks to the grant, we have been able to host the 2016 international Corporate Governance Conference Colloquia and the 2016 Swedish House of Finance / BI Asset Pricing Conference: both of which took place at […]
Irina Zviadadze publishing in the Journal of Finance
Congratulations to Assisstant Professor Irina Zviadadze whose paper “Term Structure of Consumption Risk Premia in the Cross Section of Currency Returns” was recently accepted to the Journal of Finance.
Hans Dalborg award to Gustav Martinsson
Gustav Martinsson, Associate Professor in Financial Economics at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) and Visiting Research Fellow at the Swedish House of Finance received the 2016 Hans Dalborg award. The award is for Martinsson’s research on access to finance and corporate innovation, which has resulted in papers published in Journal of Finance and European […]
Regulation of the welfare sector
Professor Per Strömberg, Martin Andersson, Oliver Wyman and Johan Eklund, Entreprenörskapsforum wrote on Di Debatt May 25 about regulation of the welfare sector. To read their article (in Swedish), follow this link to Di Debatt.
Seminar - Title TBA
Andrea Buffa, Boston University