Professor Günter Strobl’s research interests are in corporate finance, market microstructure and asset pricing under asymmetric information. He has written papers on bank regulation, credit rating agencies, earnings manipulation, the money management industry and the specialist system. As part of his research activity, he has published in leading finance journals such as the Review of Financial Studies, the Journal of Financial Intermediation, and Management Science.
Professor Strobl teaches courses in corporate finance and equity capital markets.
Prior to joining the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Professor Strobl was an Assistant Professor of Finance at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He worked as a senior consultant at Ernst & Young, a consultant at EVIS Software GmbH and a financial analyst at Österreichische Investmentgesellschaft mbH, all in Vienna, Austria.
Professor Strobl received his PhD and MA, both in finance, from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School. He earned his MS in business informatics from the University of Vienna.
during the semester:
Thursday 4:30pm until 5:30pm on appointment
|Equity Finance||Master||2017 SS|
|Financial Economics under Asymmetric Information||PhD||2017/2018 WS|