“Fintech entrepreneurs show why finance masters are not just for bankers.” Read the interview here.
Thank you to everyone who presented, commented, discussed and listened to the great presentations during the Nobel Symposium on Money & Banking, 26 – 28 May in Stockholm. Read a Dagens industri-report by Johanna Jeansson from the conference here (in Swedish). Did you miss the event? Go to the conference site where the filmed presentations and […]
New research by PhD-student Markus Ibert show that fund managers that invest their personal wealth in the very same funds they manage consistently outperform. The managers who invest a lot in their own funds do particularly well. Fund managers, contrary to fund investors, know about their ability – or more often lack thereof – and invest […]
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Alexander Ljungqvist, an internationally renowned professor specializing in corporate finance, entrepreneurship, and capital markets research, has been recruited to the Stockholm School of Economics and appointed to the Stefan Persson Family Chair in Entrepreneurial Finance. Alexander Ljungqvist most recently held the Ira Rennert Chair in Finance and Entrepreneurship at New York University’s Stern School of […]
We are very happy to announce that Olga Obizhaeva and Jan Starmans will join Swedish House of Finance on August 1, 2018. Olga Obizhaeva is joining us from the London School of Economics and her job market paper is titled “Fundraising in the Hedge Fund Industry”. Jan Starmans is joining us from London Business School […]
Bo Becker, professor at the Stockholm School of Economics since 2013, has been appointed to the Gösta Olson Chair in Financial Economics. Bo Becker holds a PhD from the University of Chicago and a master’s degree from SSE. He has previously been Assistant Professor at Harvard Business School and the University of Illinois. Bo Becker […]
Professors Dahlquist and Strömberg recently handed in their respective reports commissioned by the Norwegian Finance Ministry on the management of the government pension fund. Magnus Dahlquist joint with Bernt Arne Odegaard of Stavanger University analyzed the active management style of the fund. They advised sticking with the current set up rather than changing to a […]
Forskare anslutna till Swedish House of Finance lämnade den 8 februari in ett remissyttrande till Finansdepartementet angående premiepensionssystemet. Hela yttrandet finns att läsa här: Remiss Ett tryggt och mer hållbart premiepensionssystem (Dnr Fi2017:04798:FPM)
We are grateful for the support to the conferences BI-SHoF Asset Pricing and Financial Econometrics and the Global Corporate Governance Colloquia from the Jan Wallander and Tom Hedelius Foundation as well as the Tore Browaldh Foundation. They are also supporting the national PhD workshop in finance.