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The missing risk premium in exchange rates
Congratulations Magnus Dahlquist whose paper ”The missing risk premium in exchange rates” written with Julien Pénasse, University of Luxembourg, has been accepted for publication in the Journal of...
Trading costs are lower than previously thought
That market liquidity – the cost of trading – influences asset prices and trading strategies is well known, but it is difficult to measure. A new paper by Björn Hagströmer, accepted for publication in...
A glance back at 2020 - The SHoF Annual Report
The impact of financial education
New evidence shows that financial education makes a difference for firm performance. Assistant professor Diogo Mendes recent experiment in Mozambique gives new insight that can be especially useful...
“The job market is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity”
Congratulations Andreas Johansson who recently accepted a position as Associate Senior Lecturer at the Department of Economics at Lund University after being on the job market during the 2020 – 2021...
Research Analyst Position at Swedish House of Finance
The Swedish House of Finance at the Stockholm School of Economics (SHoF) is accepting applications for one or two full-time pre-doctoral research analyst positions in the field of household finance....
Call for papers: Money Markets in a New Era of Central Bank Policies
Deadline for submissions: April 15th 2021
Swedish House of Finance is looking for a Front Desk Coordinator
The importance of academic role models
Congratulations Adam Altmejd on a great new paper - O Brother, Where Start Thou? - recently accepted for publication in the Quarterly Journal of Economics.
Tomas Björk has left us
Our dear colleague and friend Tomas Björk, professor of finance at SSE, passed away on Sunday after a period of illness.