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Dr. Georg Peter

Current Activity
Georg Peter is Assistant Professor at the Chair of Business Administration, Banking and Financial Management. Georg teaches various courses in the Bachelor's, Master's and Continuing Education Programms. His main areas of research include empirical finance, market microstructure and exchange rate management.
Education
2010 — 2013

Chartered Financial Analyst Program (CFA)

2008 — 2011

Doctorate in social and economic science (Dr.rer.soc.oec)

2003 — 2008

Diploma in Business Administration (Mag.rer.soc.oec)

Career
since 2012

Assistant professor at the Chair of Business Administration, Banking and Financial Management at the University of Liechtenstein

2011 — 2012

Research assistant at the Chair of Business Administration, Banking and Financial Management at the University of Liechtenstein

2008 — 2011

Research assistant at the Chair of Banking and Finance at the University of Innsbruck

Awards
2011

WHU Finance Award: Best Paper

2010

Research Grant D. Swarovski

2006

Honor Diploma of the University of New Orleans Summer School

2005 — 2006

Grant of Achievement from the University of Innsbruck

2003

Matura mit Auszeichnung am Bundesgymnasium Feldkirch

Memberships
since 2011

Continuing Education Officer in the board of the Liechtenstein Society of Investment Professionals (LSIP)

Reviewer Services
since 2013

Journal of Banking and Finance

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  • Angerer, M., Dünser, M., Kaiser, L., Peter, G., Stöckl, S., & Veress, A. (2019). What drives our Beer Consumption? In Search of Nutrition Habits and Demographic Patterns. Applied Economics, 51(41), 4539-4550. (ABDC_2016: A)

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  • Angerer, M., Peter, G., Stöckl, S., Wachter, T., Bank, M., & Menichetti, M. (2018). Bid-Ask Spread Patterns and the Optimal Timing for Discretionary Liquidity Traders on Xetra. Schmalenbach Business Review : ZFBF, 70(3), 209-230. (VHB_3: B)

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  • Fernández-Amado, O., Gächter, M., Larch, M., & Peter, G. (2013). Does monetary policy determine stock market liquidity? New evidence from the euro zone. Journal of Empirical Finance, 21, 54–68. (ABDC_2016: A; ABS: 3; ISI: 1.489; ISI: 0.979; VHB_3: B)

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  • Bank, M., Larch, M., & Peter, G. (2012). Investors' Compensation for Illiquidity - Evidence from the German Stock Market. International Journal of Economic Research, 9(2), 381-408. (ABDC_2016: C)

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  • Bank, M., Larch, M., & Peter, G. (2011). Google search volume and its influence on liquidity and returns of German stocks. Financial Market and Portfolio Management, 25, 239-264. (ABDC_2016: B; VHB_3: C)

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  • Angerer, M., Dünser, M., Kaiser, L., Peter G., Stöckl, S., & Veress, A. (2013). What drives our beer consumption? - In search of nutrition habits and demographic patterns. Paper presented at the 3rd Beeronomics Conference 2013, York (United Kingdom).

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  • Peter, G. (2011). Monetary Policy and its Impact on Stock Market Liquidity. Paper presented at the Midwest Finance Association Conference, Chicago.

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  • Peter, G. (2011). Monetary Policy and its Impact on Stock Market Liquidity. Paper presented at the Campus for Finance, WHU Vallendar.

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  • Peter, G. (2011). Google Search Volume, Trading Activity and the Liquidity of Stocks. Paper presented at the Forschungsseminar für Doktoratsstudenten, Innsbruck.

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  • Peter, G. (2010). Public Attention, Adverse Selection, and the Pricing of Stocks. Paper presented at the Midwest Finance Association Conference, Las Vegas.

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  • Peter, G. (2010). Public Attention, Adverse Selection, and the Pricing of Stocks. Paper presented at the Campus for Finance, WHU Vallendar.

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  • Peter, G. (2008). Information Asymmetries, Bid-Ask-Spreads and the Pricing of Stocks. Paper presented at the Austrian Working Group on Banking and Finance (AWG), Wien.

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  • Angerer, M., & Peter G. (2015). Regulation of retail gasoline prices.

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  • Bank, M., & Peter, G. (2011). Public Attention, Adverse Selection, and the Pricing of Stocks.

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  • Peter, G. (2011). Determinants of Financial Market Liquidity and its Impact on Asset Pricing. , University of Innsbruck, Innsbruck.

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