Department of Finance

The Department of Finance aims to produce financial research, teaching and communication of international standard and of relevance for the Danish society

Henrik Ramlau-Hansen is the new chairman of the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority
The FRIC'16 Conference on Financial Frictions took place August 22-23, 2016 - see the pictures from the conference here
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The Department of Finance

The Department of Finance is an international department that consists of 32 faculty members in Finance and 5 faculty members in Statistics as well as 8 administrative staff. The Department of Finance researches in all financial issues, including issues related to financial markets, securities pricing, risk management and corporate finance. At the Department of Finance, we offer highly qualified teaching within an extensive number of both the full-time and the part-time programs available at Copenhagen Business School. Furthermore, the Department runs a successful PhD Program with 24 PhD students of different nationalities currently enrolled. The Department of Finance organizes a number of seminars every semester, please see Upcoming Finance Seminars above for more information.

Recent publications

Measuring Systemic Risk, Viral Acharya, Lasse Heje Pedersen, Thomas Philippon, and Matt Richardson, The Review of Financial Studies, forthcoming.

Sovereign credit risk, liquidity, and ECB intervention: Deus ex machina?, Loriana Pelizzon, Marti G. Subrahmanyam, Davide Tomio, and Jun Uno, Journal of Financial Economics, forthcoming.

Early Option Exercise: Never Say Never, Mads Vestergaard Jensen and Lasse Heje Pedersen, Journal of Financial Economics, forthcoming.

Mortgage Risk and the Yield Curve, Aytek Malkhozov, Philippe Mueller, Andrea Vedolin, and Gyuri Venter, Review of Financial Studies, forthcoming.

Skill and Luck in Private Equity Performance, Arthur Korteweg, and Morten Sørensen, Journal of Financial Economics, forthcoming.


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