Goethe University Frankfurt Joins Finance Research Centers Papers

We are pleased to announce the Research Center SAFE at Goethe University Frankfurt, House of Finance has started a Finance Research Centers Papers series within the Financial Economics Network (FEN).

SAFE Working Paper Series


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The Working Paper Series of the Research Center SAFE (Sustainable Architecture for Finance in Europe) presents ongoing research carried out by the Center's researchers. SAFE is dedicated to the analysis of European financial markets and their regulation. The Center brings together an international team of researchers who focus on the finance topic from different disciplinary perspectives such as finance, micro- and macroeconomics, law, marketing, sociology, and financial mathematics. Research in SAFE is organized in the areas of financial institutions, financial markets, macro finance, corporate finance, household finance as well as systemic risk. SAFE is a cooperation of the Center for Financial Studies and Goethe University Frankfurt, based at Goethe University's House of Finance, and gets funding from the research excellence initiative LOEWE of the German State of Hessen.


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Michael C. Jensen
Financial Economics Network