Sarah Draus is Assistant Professor at the Finance Department of Rotterdam School of Management at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. Her research interests lie in the area of theoretical market microstructure of financial markets, information economics as well as industrial organization. Her work has been presented in major international conferences (including the WFA meeting and the Annual Central Bank Workshop on the Microstructure of Financial Markets). Dr. Draus holds a PhD in Finance from the University Paris-Dauphine. She held a position at the Center for Studies in Economics and Finance of the University of Naples Federico II before joining the Erasmus University.
Erasmus University Rotterdam RSM - Rotterdam School of Management Department of Finance
Work in Progress (4)
S.R. Draus (2019). Exchange Competition and Order Splitting.
S.R. Draus & M. Van Achter (2019). Circuit Breakers and Market Runs.
S.R. Draus, M. Van Achter & D. Zvilichovsky (2019). Information, Rebalancing and Circuit Breakers.
S.R. Draus (2019). The introduction of a transparent segment: the case of the Prime Standard on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
S.R. Draus (2014). The Certification Role of Listings.