Paolo Sodini is Professor of Finance at the Stockholm School of Economics. He is the director of MiDa – the Institute for Micro Data at SSE and SHoF and one of the founders of the European Network of Household Finance. His research focuses on Asset Pricing and Household Finance.
He has published in top economics journals such as the Journal of Political Economy, the American Economic Review, the Quarterly Journal of Economics and the Journal of Finance. Sodini has been teaching Fixed Income and Investment at Bachelor, Master and Executive level. Currently he is teaching “Fixed Income and Derivatives Markets” in the SSE MSc in Finance, and “Fixed Income Instruments and Markets” for the DFF diploma at IFL.
Education: PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Paolo Sodini, Laurent E. Calvet, Claire Celerier and Boris Vallee (2022). Can Security Design Foster Household Risk-Taking? Journal of Finance, Forthcoming
Paolo Sodini, Laurent Bach and Laurent Calvet (2020). Rich Pickings? Risk, Return, and Skill in Household Wealth, with L. Bach and L. Calvet, American Economic Review. vol. 110, pp. 2703-47
Paolo Sodini with S. Betermier and L. Calvet (2015). Who are the Value and Growth Investors?. Journal of Finance, vol 72, pp. 5-46
Paolo Sodini and Laurent Calvet (2013). Twin Picks: Disentangling The Determinants of Risk Taking in Household Portfolios. Journal of Finance, vol 69, pp. 867-906
Paolo Sodini and Luigi Guiso (2013). Household Finance: an Emerging Field. Handbook of the Economics of Finance, edited by Constandinides, G., M. Harris and R. Stulz, Elsevier
Paolo Sodini and Luigi Guiso (2012). Consumers and Financial Markets. Efter finanskrisen – några perspektiv på finansmarknaden