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12 March, 2019
What is sustainable finance?

Ulf Moslener

Basically a financial market is a machine that takes money from investors and distributes it to entre­preneurs that need money for their businesses. Those businesses promise a return to the investors. Depending on the business an in­vestment comes with a certain risk.
What is sustainable finance?
12 March, 2019
Ulf Moslener
The Tragedy of the Horizon: A Mandate for Financial Sector Regulations?
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Oliver Schenker
This time’s the same: Eurozone sovereign and financial sector credit risk
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Prof. Dr. Sascha Steffen
Implications of Financial Innovation for Capital Markets and Household Welfare
22 January, 2019
Grigory Vilkov
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Abschaffung des Bargelds – eine Geisterdebatte
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Banken müssen zu Technologieunternehmen werden
22 January, 2019
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Do Private-Equity Firms Create Value in Cross-Border M&A?
27 July, 2016
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How do Contracts between Firms address Opportunistic Behavior?
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Zacharias Sautner
Expected Correlation and Future Market Returns
18 December, 2018
Grigory Vilkov
Do top executives behave myopically?
25 February, 2016
Zacharias Sautner
The Intended and Unintended Consequences of Financial-Market Regulations
26 January, 2016
Grigory Vilkov
From Physics to Finance
12 November, 2018
Dimitrios Diplaris
Do firms with short-term investors spend less on long-term investment?
25 January, 2016
Zacharias Sautner
How we developed a research paper for a renowned finance journal
19 January, 2016
Fabian Walisch