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Researchers and Teachers
Finance Research Seminar
Internal Research Seminars
Area Banking, Finance and Insurance
Now Hiring: Student Research Assistant (Prof. Dr. Stefan Ruenzi)
The Chair of International Finance is currently looking for a research assistant. We intend the new student assistant to start in April 2023 (depending on your availability). Details can be found in the job description.
Infosession for the Gap Year in Finance
30.01.2023: Infosession about the Gap Year 2023/
2024 (in German). For registration and more information, please follow this link. The application process for the gap year 2023/
2024 will start in autumn 2022. For further questions please contact Stefanie Burgahn.
Paper accepted at AFA Annual Meeting 2022 in Boston, Massachusetts
The paper “Locked-in at Home: Female Analysts' Attention at Work during the COVID-19 Pandemic” (Mengqiao Du) has been accepted for presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Finance Association 2022 in Boston, Massachusetts.
Paper accepted by The Journal of Finance
The paper “The perception of dependence, investment decisions, and stock prices” by Michael Ungeheuer and Martin Weber has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Finance. You can download the paper here.
Paper accepted by The Review of Financial Studies
The paper “Advertising, Attention, and Financial Markets” by Stefan Ruenzi (with Florens Focke and Michael Ungeheuer) has been accepted for publication by the Review of Financial Studies. You can download the paper here.
Papers accepted at AFA and AEA Annual Meeting 2020 in San Diego, CA
The two papers “As California Goes, so Goes the Nation? Board Gender Quotas and the Legislation of Non-Economic Values” (Felix von Meyerinck, Alexandra Niessen-Ruenzi, Markus Schmid and Steven Solomon) and “Unobserved Performance of Hedge Funds” (Vikas Agarwal, Stefan Ruenzi and Florian Weigert) ...
Paper accepted by Review of Financial Studies
The paper “Financial Advice and Bank Profits” by Stefan Ruenzi (with Daniel Hoechle, Nic Schaub, and Markus Schmid) has been accepted for publication by the Review of Financial Studies.
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