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Adelis Equity Partners supports Swedish House of Finance
Adelis Equity Partners have decided to support and initiate a collaboration with the Swedish House of Finance research center. The intention is to support the business with a total of SEK 500,000 over...
The Swedish Securities Markets Association supports Swedish House of Finance
The Swedish Securities Markets Association continues to support Swedish House of Finance at the Stockholm School of Economics (SHoF) as a partner organization, with a contribution of SEK 500,000 in...
Cheap Trade Credit and Competition in Downstream Markets
Antitrust authorities and scholars in industrial organization should start to consider trade credit besides prices in their decisions. That is the recommendation by Professor Mariassunta Giannetti in...
Women in Finance – with the potential to make a real impact
How can we level the playing field for men and women interested in a career in finance? And what does the situation look like in the finance industry in the Nordics right now?
Stock Returns and Federal Reserve Communications
The effect of central banks on asset markets is very large. Informal communication channels play an important role in this. Here is how the process works.
Ola Bengtsson Award for best Finance PhD paper
We are very happy to announce that Christofer Schroeder from SSE, Department of Economics won the award for Best PhD Paper in the memory of Ola Bengtsson with his paper "Real Effects of credit Supply...
Gustav Martinsson and Per Strömberg will give a presentation (In Swedish) at SNS on their recent report on “Carbon Pricing and how the Firm-Level CO2 emissions are affected"
Congratulations Ramin Baghai, Teacher of the Year 2020 (on BSc level)
The prestigious Teacher of the Year Award 2020 goes to Ramin Baghai! Knowing that it is the students who have voted makes him even happier and more grateful.
Impulsive Consumption and Financial Well-Being: Evidence from an Increase in the Availability of Alcohol
The increased availability of alcohol may harm individuals who have present-focused preferences and consume more than initially planned. Using a nationwide experiment in Sweden, Marieke Bos from the...
Research grants from Swedish Research Council to Professor Per Strömberg
Per Strömberg has been awarded 4.2 million SEK for a research project with KTH about Corporate governance and its effect on CO2 emissions.