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Professor Kristian Rydqvist

Zurack Professor of Finance and Economics
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Kristian Rydqvist, Zurack Professor of Finance and Economics, Binghamton University School of Management
ECGI Research Associate (2002) :

Biography    

Education and employment

• 2002- Zurack Professor of Finance and Economics, SUNY Binghamton.
• 1997-2002 Professor, Norwegian School of Management.
• 1996 (fall) Visiting Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
• 1995-1996 Visiting Associate Professor, Indiana University.
• 1993-1995 Visiting Associate Professor, Carnegie-Mellon University.
• 1989 (fall) Visiting Scholar, University of Michigan.
• 1988-1993 Assistant Professor, Stockholm School of Economics.
• 1987-1988 Post-Doctorate Fellow, Northwestern University.
• 1984-1987 Ph.D., Stockholm School of Economics.
• 1980-1983 Civilekonom, Stockholm School of Economics.

Service

• Guest Editor for the European Finance Review and Chairman of the EFA 2002 Symposium ”Taxation and Financial Markets” (with Bjarne Astrup Jensen).
• Associate Editor of the Emerging Markets Review (since 2000) and the Journal of Banking and Finance (since 2001).
• CEPR fellow (since 2000).
• Member of the program committee for European Finance Association (since 1997), Western Finance Association (since 1998), European Financial Management Association (2002), and European Economic Association (2002).


Research Interests
Auctions
Proxy voting
Tax arbitrage

ECGI Working Papers (Click title for more details)
The Evolution of Aggregate Stock Ownership - A Unified Explanation ECGI Finance Working Paper 263/2009 September 2009
Do Shareholders Vote Strategically? Voting Behavior, Proposal Screening, and Majority Rules ECGI Finance Working Paper 031/2003 November 2003

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