Excellent harvest for Household Finance specialist Professor Kim Peijnenburg!

Written on 22 April 2019.

Kim Peijnenburg who joined EDHEC Business School in September 2018 as Professor of Finance has recently published three papers in leading journals, the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (October 2018), Review of Financial Studies (forthcoming), co-authored with Gianpaolo Parise (EDHEC), and the Journal of Financial Economics (forthcoming) co-authored with Alexander Eisele, Tamara Nefedova and Gianpaolo Parise .

Her latest publication in the Journal of Financial Economics explores the impact of ambiguity aversion on portfolio choice using a household survey. Kim and her co-authors find that cross-trades are used either to opportunistically reallocate performance among trading funds or to reduce transaction costs for both counterparties.

Prior to EDHEC, Kim was a faculty member at HEC Paris and Bocconi University. She is a research affiliate at the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) and a fellow of the Network for Studies on Pensions, Aging, and Retirement (Netspar). Kim is a recurring visiting scholar at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and visits regularly Copenhagen Business School and Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.

She has been awarded research grants from the Pension Research council/TIAA in the United States, Netspar in The Netherlands, the Centre for Pension Superannuation in Australia, and the European Savings Institute in France. She is a programme committee member of the Adam Smith Workshops and the Netspar International Pension Workshop. Kim has presented her work at numerous international conferences such as the Western Finance Association, the SFS Cavalcade, and the European Finance Association and at universities around the world including the London School of Economics, Melbourne University, and the University of Zurich. She regularly discusses papers of peers at top conferences and referees for leading journals such as the Journal of Finance and the Review of Financial Studies.



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