Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

We wish all members of our research group as well as our cooperation partners and all interested persons in our work a Merry Christmas and all the best for 2023!

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Women in Intermediary Asset Pricing (WIAP) Research Grant for Dr. Aleksandra Rzeźnik

We are very pleased to announce that Aleksandra Rzeźnik, Assistant Professor from the Schulich School of Business at York University in Toronto, will receive our Research Grant! Congratulations! We are looking forward to her visit in the coming year!

Jobs and Opportunities
Internal Seminar 2022

On November 17-18, 2022, our first Internal Seminar took place at the Bildungshaus St. Bernhard in Rastatt.

Past events
Women in Intermediary Asset Pricing (WIAP) Research Grant

We are inviting applications for a research grant of 5000 Euro until 31/08/22. The grant is aimed at (junior) female researchers in the field of asset pricing who are specially interested in the field of intermediary asset pricing. We are looking forward to your application!

Jobs and Opportunities
The first workshops of the research unit take place in May

The first joint workshops of the research unit will take place on May 12-13, 2022. On May 12, there will be a PhD workshop at KIT, bringing together all the doctoral students involved in the research unit. One day later, on May 13, a Methods & Models Workshop will take place, also at KIT. The focus will be on fundamentals and advanced models of intermediary asset pricing as well as solution methods for equilibrium models.

Our research unit gets going

The German Research Foundation (DFG) has established eight new research units. This decision was recommended by the DFG senate and made official by the DFG Major Committee on December 9, 2021. Among these eight units is the research unit "Financial Markets and Frictions - An Intermediary Asset Pricing Approach" with spokesperson Prof. Dr. Marliese Uhrig-Homburg (KIT). This research unit, funded within the D-A-CH cooperation together with the Austrian FWF, is borne by finance researchers from Karlsruhe, Frankfurt, Tübingen, Stuttgart, Münster and Vienna and will be funded with about 3.5 million Euros in the first 4 years.

Our research unit