Chair of International Financial Markets

Research

 

Our current research interests center on the interactions between financial markets and firm behavior, empirical asset pricing, market microstructure as well as the economics of intellectual property rights.

 

On the methodological front, research at the Chair of International Financial Markets is currently biased towards theoretically grounded empirical analyses (cross-sectional, time-series and panel). Yet, we do not exclude the use of other research designs inasmuch as these match the question(s) taken up in a research project. The aim of our research strategy is to provide evidence on a number of issues that are both of interest to academics and practitioners.