Florian Madertoner won three SR best professor of the year awards for his courses in IBA 1, BA 2, IBA 2 and on top of that he also won the award for professor who best adapted to the coronacrisis. More information can be found here.
The paper 'Salience Theory and Stock Prices: Empirical Evidence' by Mathijs Cosemans (co-authored by Rik Frehen) has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Financial Economics.
The paper 'competition among Liquidity Providers with Access to High-Frequency Technology' by Dion Bongaerts (co-authored by Mark Van Achter) has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Financial Economics.
The paper 'Shareholder Governance and CEO Compensation: The Peer Effects of Say on Pay' by Anjana Rajamani (co-authored by Diane Denis and Torsten Jochem) has been accepted for publication in the Review of Financial Studies.
The paper 'Trade Less and Exit Overcrowded Markets: Lessons from International Mutual Funds' by Marno Verbeek (co-authored by Teodor Dyakov and Hao Jiang) has been accepted for publication in the Review of Finance.
The paper 'Time-Varying Inflation Risk and Stock Returns' by Marta Szymanowska (co-authored by Martijn Boons, Fernando Duarte and Frans de Roon) has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Financial Economics.
Daniel Metzger starts as a Full Professor at RSM's Finance Department. His research and teaching interest lies in the areas of Labor and Finance, Entrepreneurship, Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance, Entrepreneurial Finance and Venture Capital, FinTech, Mergers & Acquisitions and Applied Econometrics.
The paper 'Forecasting Success in Equity Crowdfunding' by Peter Roosenboom and Aleksandrina Ralcheva has been accepted for publication in Small Business Economics.
Mathijs van Dijk his professorship has been converted from an Endowed Chair into a Permanent Chair in Financial Markets.
Robin Döttling starts as an Assistant Professor at RSM's Finance Department. Robin has a Ph.D. from University of Amsterdam & Tinbergen Institute . His research and teaching interests lie in the areas of Financial Intermediation, Corporate Finance and Macroeconomics.
Mathijs van Dijk got his paper 'Resurrecting the Size Effect: Firm Size, Profitability Shocks, and Expected Stock Returns' (co-authored by Kewei Hou) accepted for publication in the Review of Financial Studies.
The paper 'Insurers as Asset Managers and Systemic Risk' by Wolf Wagner (co-authored by Andrew Ellul, Chotibhak Jotikasthira, Anastasia Kartasheva and Christian Lundblad) has been accepted for presentation at the European Finance Association Conference (EFA).
The paper ‘Time-Varying Inflation Risk and the Cross-Section of Stock Returns’ by Marta Szymanoska (co-authored by Martijn Boons, Fernando Duarte and Frans de Roon) has been accepted for presentation at the European Finance Association Conference (EFA).
Egemen Genc got his paper 'Do Mutual Fund Investors Overweight the Probability of Extreme Payoffs in the Return Distribution' (co-authored by Ferhat Akbas) accepted for publication in the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis.
Francisco Urzua Infate got his paper 'The Effects of Losing Business Group Affiliation' (co-authored by Borja Larrain and Giorgo Sertios) accepted for publication in the Review of Financial Studies.