Research areas

Researchers: 

  • Anna Linda Adorisio (CBS)
  • Kai Hockerts (CBS)
  • Hossein Asgharian (Lund)
  • Stella Whittaker (CBS) 

Tools/Remarks:

  • Quantative research and cases 

Scope and Output: 

  • Three publications 
  • Seminar

Research Questions: 

  • Can sustainable finance be a part of solving some of the most fundamental challenges of our time, if yes, how?
  • How fast are Nordic financial institutions in integrating  ESG/SDG and do they have any material economic impact either positively or negatively?
  • What financial products should be a focus area if the Nordic financial institutions should achieve a competitive advantage over the next 5 years?    

Researchers: 

  • Caren Yinxia Nielsen (CBS)
  • Therese Strand (CBS) 

Tools/Remarks: 

  • Quantitative research 

Scope and Output: 

  • Two publications 
  • Seminar 

Research Questions: 

  • Can focus on stable and long-term ownership in the financial sector provide a better risk return profile in the future?
  • Could the foundation of a long-term ownership model be a way to present and build sustainable business models in the financial sector, thereby providing the base for a different regulatory regime?

Researchers: 

  • Marc Rapp (Marburg) 
  • Oscar Stolper (Marburg) 
  • Hanne Søndergaard Birkmose (AU) 

Tools/Remarks: 

  • Quantitative research 

Scope and Output: 

  • Two publications
  • Seminar 

Research Questions: 

  • Does financial advice provide any real benefits for normal retail clients in an advanced economy?
  • How can one ensure that retail customers with limited financial knowledge gain access to the equity premium in a balanced, fair and well-informed way? 

Researcher: 

  • Tom Kirchmaier (CBS) 
  • Kalle Johannes Rose (CBS)
  • Hans Fogtdal (HF LAW)  

Tools/Remarks: 

  • Quantitative research 

Scope and Output: 

  • Two publications 
  • Seminar

Research Questions: 

  • Empirical detection mechanisms for suspicious monetary transactions, and problematic actors.
  • The legal dimension of the ‘statistifcation’ of detection.
  • The transposition of the European directive into Danish law.
  • A structural analysis of the systemic breaking points in legislation and process.

Researchers: 

  • Georg Ringe (Hamburg) 
  • Hanne Søndergaard Birkmose (AU) 
  • Marc Rapp (Marburg)
  • Alexandra Andhov (KU) 
  • Marina Bitsch Madsen (AU

Tools/Remarks: 

  • Legal review and analysis 

Scope and Output: 

  • Three publications 
  • Seminar 

Research Questions: 

  • How should financial regulation and compliance regulation be designed in the Nordics and EU in order to secure financial stability and have efficient processes?
  • Do current regulations prevent long-term investments, and if yes, how should it be changed? 

Researchers: 

  • Arturo Bris (IMD) 
  • Marc Rapp (Marburg)
  • Lars Ohnemus (CBS) 

Tools/Remarks: 

  • Quantitative research and development of cases

Scope and Output: 

  • Two publications
  • Seminar

Research Questions: 

  • How do Nordic financial institutions fare in the aftermath of the Crisis and in this new, disruptive financial environment?
  • What is the interest sensitivity of banks performing in a low interest environment?
  • What are the growth and export possibilities of current Nordic financial players? 

Researchers: 

  • Jan Damsgård (CBS) 
  • Jonas Hedman (CBS) 
  • Lars Christensen (External)

Tools/Remarks:

  • Quantitative research and development of cases 

Scope and Output: 

  • Two publications
  • Seminar

Research Questions: 

  • What are the potential implications of a CBDC on central banks’ monetary policy, on financial stability, and on the balance sheets of central banks, commercial banks and the non-banking private sector actors?
  • Why are Nordic central banks not frontrunners in this process? 

Researchers: 

  • Thomas Poulsen (CBS)
  • Niels Westergård-Nielsen (CBS) 

Tools/Remarks:

  • Quantitative research

Scope and Output:

  • Two publications
  • Seminar

Research Questions:

  • What is the economic impact for firms of bank or branch closures?
  • Do Danish (Nordic) citizens and firms have equal access to finance?
  • Which challenges does the online  finance market imply?
  • How should online alternative finance market lending be put in the context of the existing financial markets and legislation and could it provide more equal access to finance?