Financial Economics

Project: Network

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Research in Financial Economics at the department covers several areas such as behavioral and household finance, asset pricing, financial risks, and the interaction between the financial sector and the real economy.

Research in behavioral and household finance concerns individuals’ attitudes towards risk and households’ consumption responses to changes in stock market returns and financial shocks. Ongoing projects in asset pricing aim to provide evidence for asset-pricing relationships among firms, and how long- and short-term risk relate to economic information. Other research examines supply-side effects on credit market outcomes and how financial factors affect inter-firm relations.
Effective start/end date1947/01/01 → …