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Aleksziev, Peter Alexander

Visiting Teacher
Department of Accounting

Peter Aleksziev holds a PhD from the Stockholm School of Economics. His primary research interests are financial analysis and corporate valuation, in particular under heterogeneous investor beliefs. His dissertation focuses on the importance of segment reporting for financial forecasting and valuation, and value creation in special situations, such equity carve-outs.

Working papers:

Aleksziev, P (2019). Heterogeneous investor beliefs and value creation through equity carve-outs.

Aleksziev, P (2019). On the usefulness of segment disclosures for earnings forecasting.

Aleksziev, P (2019). The role of segment reporting in corporate valuation.

Teaching:

Inledande Redovisning (SSE, BSc in Business and Economics)

Management Control (SSE, Retail Managament BSc)

Corporate Finance (SSE, Retail Management BSc)

Financial Reporting and Financial Markets (Financial modelling project), (SSE, BSc specialization course in Accounting)

Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis (Financial modelling project) (SSE, MSc in Finance course)

Corporate Finance in Global Firms (SSE, MSc In International Business)

Financial Strategy (Teaching Assistant) (University of Chicago Booth School of Business, Executive Education, London and Hong Kong campus)

Entrepreneurial Finance and Private Equity (Teaching Assistant) (University of Chicago Booth School of Business, Executive Education)

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