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Finance Research Seminar

The Finance Research Seminar is hosted by the Institute for Finance and has the objective to present current research ideas and research projects, in order to defend them in front of an expert audience and get professional feedback. By implementing various methodical approaches, the seminar contributes to the qualification of the scientific staff.


Target Audience

The seminar is intended for research assistants and scientific staff from the Institute for Finance, for PhD and Master‘s students of the University of Liechtenstein as well as interested employees from companies situated in the Principality of Liechtenstein and in its surrounding area.



Presentations will be held by a mix of faculty members of the University of Liechtenstein as well as researchers from other leading universities. Employees from other companies are also welcome to hold presentations if they are involved in research.

If you are interested in holding a presentation, please contact:

Ass.-Prof. Sebastian Stöckl (phone +423 265 11 53,



External participants are kindly requested to registerfor the Seminar.
For registration and any questions concerning the organization, please contact : 
Anna-Maria Cornal (phone +423 265 13 49,

Internal participants do not have to register.


The Finance Research Seminar will take place on Tuesdays from 5.00 – 6.00 pm during the lecture weeks.

Summer term 2019

Tuesday, 26 March 2019
Speaker: Maximilian Bredendiek (VGSF
A Coskewness Mimicking Factor With Conditioning Information
Host: Sebastian Stöckl / Chair in Finance

Tuesday, 09 April 2019
Speaker: Sascha Füllbrunn (Radboud University)
Topic: Responsibility and Limited Liability in Decision Making for Others - An experimental consideration
Host: Sebastian Stöckl / Chair in Finance


Tuesday, 07 May 2019
Speaker: Calin Valsan (Bishop's University)
Topic: State Capacity, Self-Righteousness, and Intolerance towards the Informal Economy
Host: Prof. Dr. Marco J. Menichetti / Chair in Business Administration, Banking and Financial Management

Tuesday, 21 May 2019
Speaker: Alexander Kupfer (University of Innsbruck)
Topic: On the Persistence of Norms and Values: On the Persistence of Norms and Values: The Case of Corporate Cash Holdings in reunified Germany
Host: Sebastian Stöckl / Chair in Finance

Tuesday, 28 May 2019
Speaker: Christian Skov Jensen (Bocconi University)
Topic: tba
Host: Sebastian Stöckl / Chair in Finance


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