Department of Finance

Elias Rantapuska

Elias Rantapuska, photo by Evelin Kask

Associate Professor of Finance

Room: T308 (School of Business building, 3rd floor)
Office hours: Mondays 14-15

Tel: +358 40 353 8419
Email: [email protected]
Skype: eliasrantapuska

Experience

Aalto University
- Associate Professor of Finance (with tenure) 9/2018 -
- Assistant Professor of Finance 7/2010 - 8/2018

McKinsey & Company
- Senior Associate 8/2006-6/2010

Helsinki School of Economics
- Assistant, Researcher, and Assistant Professor of Finance 1/2002-8/2006

J.P. Morgan 
- Intern 6/2002-8/2002

Research

Irrevocable Commitments and Tender Offer Outcomes with Tomi Fyrqvist and Sami Torstila.

"Why Does Portfolio Choice Correlate across Generations?", 2017. With Samuli Knüpfer and Matti Sarvimäki.

"Does Short-Term Hunger Increase Trust and Trustworthiness in a High Trust Society?", 2017. With Riitta Freese, Kaisa Hytönen and Iiro Jääskeläinen. Frontiers in Psychology, 07 November 2017.

“Formative Experiences and Portfolio Choice: Evidence from the Finnish Great Depression”, 2017. With Samuli Knüpfer and Matti Sarvimäki. Journal of Finance 73 (1), 133-166. Featured in the EconomistInternet Appendix.

"Does mood affect trading behavior?", 2016. Journal of Financial Markets 29, 1-26, 2016 (with Markku Kaustia). Internet appendix.

“Mutual fund and share ownership in Finland”, Finnish Journal of Business Economics 61, 178-198, 2012. With Matti Keloharju and Samuli Knüpfer.

“Rational and behavioral motives to trade: Evidence from reinvestment of dividends and tender offer proceeds”, Journal of Banking and Finance, 36(8), 2366–2378, 2012. With Markku Kaustia.

“Which investors leave money on the table? Evidence from rights issues”, Review of Finance, 12(4), 701-733, 2008. With Samuli Knüpfer.

“Ex-dividend day trading: Who, how and why? Evidence from the Finnish market”, Journal of Financial Economics, 88(2), 355-374, 2008.

Teaching

Capstone: Valuation

Master's thesis

Office hours

Mondays 14-15

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