The Swedish House of Finance was founded by the Stockholm School of Economics and the Institute for Financial Research in 2011, initialized by a government grant from Vinnova to promote research in financial economics in Sweden.
The Center also receives generous financial support from:
Alecta, Annika and Gabriel Urwitz Foundation, Bertil Danielsson Foundation, Handelsbanken, Hans Dalborg Foundation, Jacob Palmstierna Foundation, Jan Wallander and Tom Hedelius Foundation, Johan and Jakob Söderberg Foundation, Kommuninvest, Landshypotek, Länsförsäkringar, Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation, Mistra Financial Systems, Nasdaq OMX Insamlingsstiftelse, Nordea, Riksbanken, Stiftelsen för Finansforskning, Swedbank, Tore Browaldh Foundation, Torsten Söderberg Foundation.
We have formal collaborations with several of the leading institutions for financial research in Sweden:
Royal Institute for Technology, Department of Industrial Economics and Management; Gothenburg University, Center for Finance; Lund University, Knut Wicksell Center for Finance; Stockholm University, Business School; Stockholm University, Department of Economics; Umeå School of Business and Economics; Uppsala University