Simon Bonde is a fourth year PhD student at the Department of Finance. In the autumn 2014 he was a visiting PhD student at the University of California, Berkeley. He has a Bachelor of Science in Economics and Management and an International Master of Science in Quantitative Economics from Aarhus University. His primary research focuses on developing models for the investment and consumption decisions of individuals over the life cycle. The main objective in his current research is to study the importance of bond-stock correlation risk and the implications of this risk for the optimal investment decisions. His other interests are the pricing of derivatives, numerical methods in finance, and corporate valuation.
Several master student group projects on corporate valuation and mutual funds’ performance.
A couple of bachelor's projects on corporate valuation and investment theory.
Other teaching activities
Financial Markets and Instruments (Fall 2013), Teaching assistant
Capital Market Theory (Fall 2015), Teaching assistant
Grading written exams in statistics and regression analysis (spring 2014, spring 2015, fall 2015)