Behavioral Finance and Contract TheoryDr. Pascal Kieren
Phone: +49 6221 54 2951
Office hours by appointment (by email)
My research interests concern belief formation in financial markets, investor behavior, and experimental methods for expectation measurement.
I teach the courses on Corporate Finance in the B.Sc. program (in the summer term), and Asset Pricing in the M.Sc. program (winter term). For details consult the course overview of moodle.
Kieren, P., Müller-Dethard, J., and Weber, M. (2022). Risk-Taking and Asymmetric Learning in Boom and Bust Markets. Review of Finance, forthcoming.
Kieren, P., and Weber, M. (2021). When Saving is Not Enough – Wealth Decumulation in Retirement. Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, forthcoming.
Kieren, P., and Weber, M. (2021). Experiments in Finance – From No to Maybe to Yes! In: E. Haruvy and S. Füllbrunn (eds.), Handbook of Experimental Finance, 17–25 Edward Edgar Publishing.
Kieren, P., Müller-Dethard, J., and Weber, M. (2021a). Can Agents Add and Subtract when Forming Beliefs? Evidence from the Lab and Field.
Kieren, P. and Weber, M. (2021). Expectation Formation under Uninformative Signals.
Kieren, P., Müller-Dethard, J., and Weber, M. (2021b). The Portfolio Composition Effect.