News

07.02.2018

FAZ Reports on Research Results

One of the leading German daily newspapers, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) features an article on our recent research results. Please find the article here.[more]

29.01.2018

Handelsblatt and Spiegel Online Report on Research

The German daily business newspaper Handelsblatt and news website Spiegel Online report on a new survey study by Alexandra Niessen-Ruenzi and Stefan Ruenzi that analyzes the determinants of career choices of female and male...[more]

26.01.2018

Paper accepted by Review of Financial Studies

The paper “Financial Advice and Bank Profits” by Stefan Ruenzi (with Daniel Hoechle, Nic Schaub, and Markus Schmid) has been accepted for publication by the Review of Financial Studies.[more]

11.01.2018

Paper accepted by Economics Letters

The paper “Momentum and Crash Sensitivity” by Stefan Ruenzi and Florian Weigert has been accepted for publication by Economics Letters.[more]

15.09.2017

Paper now published in Journal of Financial Economics

The paper "Tail Risk in Hedge Funds: A Unique View from Portfolio Holdings" by Vikas Agarwal, Stefan Ruenzi, and Florian Weigert has now been published in the Journal of Financial Economics in Vol. 125, Issue 3, p....[more]

05.09.2017

BAI Research Award for “Financial Advice and Bank Profits”

Stefan Ruenzi received the research prize of the German alternative investments foundation (Bundesverband Alternative Investments) for his paper “Tail Risk in Hedge Funds” (joint with Vikas Agarwal and Florian Weigert).[more]

30.08.2017

Paper accepted by Management Science

The paper “Sex Matters – Gender Bias in the Mutual Fund Industry” by Alexandra Niessen-Ruenzi and Stefan Ruenzi has been accepted for publication by Management Science.[more]

11.07.2017

Best Paper Award for “Financial Advice and Bank Profits” by Stefan Ruenzi

Stefan Ruenzi received the Engelbert Dockner Memorial Prize for the best paper presented at the 2017 WU Gutmann Center Symposium for the paper “Financial Advice and Bank Profits” (joint with Daniel Hoechle, Nic Schaub, and Markus...[more]