Anders Anderson is Director of the Swedish House of Finance (SHoF). Anderson obtained his doctoral degree in 2004 at the Stockholm School of Economics. He held post-doctoral positions at the Institute for Financial Research (SIFR) and the University of Mannheim before being appointed Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics at the Stockholm University in 2006. In 2009, he returned to SIFR as Deputy Director. He was appointed his current position at SHoF in 2014, and has been teaching the course Behavioral Finance and Trading at the SSE Master program since 2011. Andersons’s research is mainly focused on behavioral and consumer finance, but also include the trading behavior of individual and institutional investors. His research has been published in some of the world’s leading finance journals that has rendered him the 2016 AFBC Black Rock Best Paper Award and the 2018 GFLEC Financial Literacy Research Award.
Education: BA and MSc, Stockholm University; PhD, Stockholm School of Economics.
Anders Anderson, Howard Jones and José Martinez (2019). Measuring the Added Value of Stock Recommendations. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, pp. Forthcoming
Anders Anderson, Forest Baker and David Robinson (2017). Precautionary savings, retirement planning and misperceptions of financial literacy. Journal of Financial Economics, vol. 126, pp. 383-398
Anders Anderson, Anna Dreber Almenberg and Roine Vestman (2015). Risk Taking, Behavioral Biases, and Genes: Results from 149 Active Investors. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance, vol. 6, pp. 93-100
Anders Anderson (2013). Trading and Under-Diversification. Review of Finance, vol. 17(5), pp. 1699-1697
Anders Anderson and Frederic Korling (2012). Bättre reglering av konsumentinformation på området för finansiella tjänster, Financial Markets Committee, Discussion Paper 10
Anders Anderson (2007). All Guts, No Glory: Trading and Diversification Among Online Investors, European Financial Management, Vol. 13, No. 3, pp. 448-471