Corporate Debt Burdens Threaten Economic Recovery After COVID-19
In an article with Ulrich Hege Professor of Toulouse School of Economics and Pierre Mella-Barral Professor of Toulouse Business School, Professor Bo Becker recently examined how corporate debt burdens...
How staying home for a few weeks can start a recession
As the US begins to take increasingly drastic steps to combat the spread of coronavirus, it’s important to be prepared for the economic consequences of these measures.
Only winners. Enhanced default pension allocation
How can we improve the one-size-fits-all default pension fund model? An article recently published in the Journal of Finance explored the optimal asset allocation for a default fund, and found an...
Sustainable Finance conference highlights
Watch the highlight from our recent Sustainable Finance conference.
Alexander Ljungqvist new board member of Sixth Swedish National Pension Fund
Alexander Ljungqvist, Stefan Persson Family Chair in Entrepreneurial Finance, recently joined Swedish House of Finance and the Stockholm School of Economics from New York University’s Stern School of...
With a flair for finance
“Today, I’m painfully aware of my past mistakes.”
Robot traders good news for retail investors
Four questions about high-frequency traders to Björn Hagströmer, visiting research fellow at Swedish House of Finance and Associate Professor at Stockholm University.
How do we prevent the next financial crisis?
“Well-intended reforms may sow the seeds for the next financial crisis.” Marcus Opp is on a mission to capture economic trade-offs of financial regulation.
An important piece of Swedish history
From the start in 1968 at the Stockholm School of Economics, the financial database FinBas has served both academics and practitioners. It has since grown into a complete history of the Swedish stock...
The e-krona project
The Riksbank in a society with no cash. Watch the seminar with Stefan Ingves about the role of the Riksbank in a changing market for payments and the e-krona project.