Welcome to the Centre for Finance - CFF!
The Centre for Finance (CFF) received a grant from VINNOVA 2010 to establish one of Sweden’s three new research centers within finance. The Centre is also financed by the business community, the University of Gothenburg and the School of Business, Economics and Law.
CFF's mission is to contribute to a sustainable financial system through:
CFF’s vision is to advance the understanding and practice of financial intermediation and to be the leading Nordic research center in this field, with expertise in great demand. It is also to provide a highly regarded and exciting arena for collaboration among researchers, students, financial practitioners and policy makers.
We gratefully acknowledge the support by the Second Swedish National Pension fund - AP2, Handelsbanken, SEB, SKF, Volvo, the Independent saving banks in Western Sweden - fristående sparbankerna i Västra Sverige and the foundation for the Centre for Finance - Stiftelsen Centrum för finans.
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[14 Jul 2016]
[3 Jun 2016]
The Centre for Finance, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, gave a Doctoral mini-course: "LECTURES IN THEORETICAL BANKING" (4 ECTS) with Professor Anjan Thakor, Washington University in St Louis June 13-17, 2016.
Course Description: The objective of the course was to introduce PhD students and young faculty to the scientific theoretical literature on banking, with a focus on theories of financial intermediary existence, bank liquidity creation, bank capital and financial crises. More info about the doctoral banking course.
We thank all participants in the AP2-CFF conference: "Return Predictability", June 7!
In particular, we thank our speakers: Ian Martin, Marie Briere, Jesper Rangvid, Tim Bollerslev, Ron Kaniel, Erik Hjalmarsson. Link to speakers websites and their papers.
Erik Hjalmarsson's article “Rise of the Machines: Algorithmic Trading in the Foreign Exchange Market” Journal of Finance 69, p 2045–2084. Erik´s coauthors are Alain Chaboud, Ben Chiquoine and Clara Vega.
"Rank matters-The impact of social competition on portfolio choice"
Dijk, Oege; Holmén, Martin; Kirchler, Michael
European Economic Review, 66 p. 97-110
"Do option-like incentives induce overvaluation? Evidence from experimental asset markets"
Holmén, Martin; Kirchler, Michael; Kleinlercher, Daniel
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 40 p. 179-194
"Investment allocation decisions, home bias and the mandatory IFRS adoption"
Hamberg, Mattias; Mavruk, Taylan; Sjögren, Stefan Journal of International Money and Finance, 36 p. 107-130