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Michael Troege has been teaching Finance at ESCP Europe since 2000. Professor Troege received a master in Mathematics from the Ludwig Maximilians Universität München in 1993. He then obtained a DESS in Finance from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris and in 1999 a Ph.D. in Financial Economics from Humboldt Universität Berlin. Prior to joining ESCP Europe he was research associate at the Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin (WZB) a government sponsored think tank and visiting scholar at J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University.
Professor Troege’s research focuses on game theory and commercial banking. In particular, he is studying the competitive interaction of banks in credit markets. In this context he has participated as expert in the European Commission’s Sector Inquiry in Retail banking published in 2007. His articles have been published in a variety of academic and practitioner-oriented journals including the Journal of Mathematical Economics, Games and Economic Behaviour, Journal of Economics, European Journal of Finance, International Journal of Industrial Economics, Annales d'Economie et de Statistiques and EC Competition Policy Newsletter. Professor Troege is also an active referee for a number of academic journals including the International Journal of Industrial Economics, Manchester School, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, European Management Journal.
In addition to his academic research, Professor Troege has served as a consultant specializing on the intersection of antitrust and finance. He also regularly participates in training programs for banks and multi-national corporations on a range of investment, financing, and valuation issues.
Professor Troege teaches the Financial Institution Management Course as well as advanced Corporate Finance classes and participates in a variety of Executive Education programmes.

Personal web page: https://sites.google.com/view/michaeltroege/

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18 publications

Journal Article

2019

HERNANDO-VECIANA, A., M.TROEGE

Cheap Talk and strategic Rounding in LIBOR Submissions

REVIEW OF FINANCIAL STUDIES

Journal Article

2018

PHUNG, T. H. G., M.TROEGE

Can Foreigners Improve the Profitability of Emerging Market Banks? Evidence from the Vietnamese Strategic Partner Program

EMERGING MARKETS FINANCE AND TRADE, 54(7), pp. 1672-1685

Journal Article

2018

ROE, M., J., M.TROEGE

Containing Systemic Risk By Taxing Banks Properly

YALE JOURNAL OF REGULATION, 35 (1), 181-231

Journal Article

2017

TROEGE, M., R.AMIR, J., Y.JIN

Free Trade versus Autarky under Asymmetric Cournot Oligopoly

REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS, 1-20

Journal Article

2016

AMIR, R., J., Y.JIN, G.PECH, M.TROEGE

Prices and Deadweight Loss in Multi-Product Monopoly

JOURNAL OF PUBLIC ECONOMY THEORY, Vol. 18, Issue 3, 16 p.

Journal Article

2015

KOBRAK, C. P., M.TROEGE

From Basel to bailouts: forty years of international attempts to bolster bank safety

FINANCIAL HISTORY REVIEW, pp. 133-156 (23 p.)

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2015

PHUNG, T. H. G., M.TROEGE

Improving Efficiency of Emerging Market Banks: A Matter of Ownership, Control, or Getting One’s Hands Dirty?

In: Managing in Recovering Markets, S. Chatterjee, N.P. Singh, D.P. Goyal, Narain Gupta Springer, 2198-7246, 327-342

Journal Article

2011

HALMENSCHLAGER, C., A.MANTOVANI, M.TROEGE

Demand Expansion and Elasticity Improvement as Complementary Marketing Goals

MANCHESTER SCHOOL (THE), Vol. 79, Issue 1, pp. 145-158 14 p.

Journal Article

2011

HERNANDO-VECIANA, A., M.TROEGE

The insider's curse

GAMES AND ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR, Vol.71, Issue 2, pp.339-350 12p.

Journal Article

2011

AMIR, R., M.TROEGE

On the Effects of Banks' Equity Ownership on Credit Markets

ANNALS OF FINANCE, Vol. 7, Issue 1, pp. 31-52