Hanna Setterberg holds a Ph.D in Accounting from Stockholm School of Economics and a Bachelor degree in Political Science from Stockholm University. Her main research interests relates to the relation between stock market prices and accounting information, especially how the quality of the reported earnings affects how market participants react to this information. Another ongoing research project has to do with insider trading. She teaches financial accounting, financial analysis and corporate valuation in the Bachelor and Masters programs, as well as in Exective Education programs.
In 2012, Hanna was awarded the Jan Wallander Scholarship, a 3-year full time post-doc scholarship given for outstanding thesis.
Setterberg, H. (2011), The Pricing of Earnings. Essays on the Post-Earnings Announcement Drift and Earnings Quality Risk, PhD thesis, Stockholm School of Economics.
Tax Noncompliance and Insider Trading, (forthcoming in Journal of Corporate Finance), joint with J-P Kallunki, J. Mikkonen and H. Nilsson
Analysts' Earnings Adjustments and Changes in Accounting Standards, joint working paper with F. Ecker, T. Hjelström and P. Olsson
IQ and insiders’ trading in inside and outside stocks, joint working paper with J-P Kallunki, J. Mikkonen and H. Nilsson
Relevance and Reliability of Unexpected Earnings Signals, single authored working paper
Earnings quality and the implied cost of equity capital - the Swedish case, single authored working paper
- Financial Reporting and Financial Markets (Course 631, BSc in Business & Economics).
- Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis (Course 3310, Msc in Finance).
- Tutor of Bachelor Thesis (Course 639)
- Tutor in Thesis in Accounting and Financial Management (Course 3350, Msc in Accounting and Financial Management).
- Group Accounting and Corporate Valuation (Executive MBA).