cnacc

Department of Accounting

  • Center for Corporate Governance
Caren Yinxia
Nielsen
Postdoc
,
Postdoc


Room: SOL/C5.07
Tel:
+4538152694
E-mail: cyn.ccg@cbs.dk
Presentation

I hold a PhD in Financial Economics. I am also a guest researcher affiliated with the Knut Wicksell Centre for Financial Studies in Sweden. My research is centered at the financial sector, especially the banking sector, with different projects on bank regulation, market discipline, government bailout, credit markets, and corporate governance. My research also covers portfolio choices and asset pricing with respect to credit risk. Additionally, my new research spans to multidisciplinary projects with management and law experts.

My page: https://sites.google.com/site/carensprofhome

 

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Publications sorted by:
2018
Caren Yinxia Nielsen; Lars Ohnemus / Etablering af mål for egenkapitalforrentning hos banker : Hvad kan aktionærerne forvente som afkast?.
In: Finans/Invest, No. 6, 12.2018, p. 21-26
Journal article > peer review
Caren Yinxia Nielsen; Lars Christian Ohnemus / Targeting Return on Equity : Banks’ Ownership Structure and Risk Taking.
: SSRN: Social Science Research Network 2018, 41 p.
Working paper
Caren Yinxia Nielsen; Lars Christian Ohnemus / Targeting Return on Equity : Banks’ Ownership Structure and Risk Taking.
Paper presented at Young Scholars Nordic Finance Workshops 2018, 2018
Paper
Frederik Lundtofte; Caren Yinxia Nielsen / The Effect of Stricter Capital Regulation on Banks' Risk‐Taking : Theory and Evidence.
In: European Financial Management, 11.11.2018
Journal article > peer review
2015
Caren Yinxia Nielsen / Hidden in the Factors? The Effect of Credit Risk on the Cross-section of Equity Returns?
Lund : Lunds Universitet 2015, 24 p. (Working paper. Department of Economics, Lund University, No. 2011:38)
Working paper
Jens Forssbæck; Caren Yinxia Nielsen / TARP and Market Discipline : Evidence on the Moral Hazard Effects of Bank Recapitalizations.
: SSRN: Social Science Research Network 2015
Working paper > peer review