The research of the Chair of International Finance covers various fields of Finance. Research papers are regularly published in the leading finance journals, such as the Journal of Finance, the Journal of Financial Economics, and the Review of Financial Studies. Chair members present their work at the prime international conferences (American Economic Association, American Finance Association, European Finance Association, Western Finance Association).
The main fields of research include:
Further Research Interests:
More information on the current Finance Seminar of the Area Banking, Finance & Insurance:
In the research seminar doctoral students and faculty (mainly from the Chair of International Finance and sometimes from other finance chairs) present their current ongoing work. The focus is on work in progress rather than finished papers.
This fall semester (HWS 2019), the internal research seminar will take place on 23 October 2019, in room SO115 (in the morning) and in room 409, L9, 1–2 (in the afternoon). You can find the program here:
|Fabian Gamm||Who is driving intraday and overnight returns?|
|10:00–10:45||Santanu Kundu||Angels for Corporate Innovation|
|10:55–11:55||Chiayi Yen||Understanding the Macroeconomic Impact of Illiquidity Shocks in the US|
|14:00–15:15||Fabian Brunner||The Power of Prices – Information, Trade and Salient Returns|
|15:15–15:45||Santanu Kundu||Diving Deep into Arbitrage Trading|
The Chair of International Finance is part of the Area Banking, Finance, and Insurance at the University of Mannheim. It has first-class facilities, internationally renowned faculty and conducts research in all areas of modern finance. More information about the research of the Area is provided on the homepage of the Area Banking, Finance, and Insurance.
von Lilienfeld-Toal, U., Ruenzi, S. (2008): Warum Manager Aktien ihres eigenen Unternehmens halten, European Value Investor, Vol. 1, S. 18 – 20.
Ber, S., Kempf, A., Ruenzi, S. (2006): The German Mutual Fund Market, Greg N. Gregoriou (Hrsg.): Performance of Mutual Funds – An International Perspective, Palgrave Macmillan.
Kempf, A., Ruenzi, S. (2004): Die Qual der Wahl – Eine empirische Untersuchung zur Abhängigkeit des Status-Quo Bias von der Alternativenanzahl im Fondsmarkt, Matthias Bank/
Ruenzi, S. (2006): Optimale Gestaltung von Fondsfamilien: Organisation und Intrafirmenwettbewerb, in: Beiträge zur betriebswirtschaftlichen Forschung, Band 112, Deutscher Universitäts-Verlag, Wiesbaden.