Room: T301 (School of Business building, 3rd floor)
Office hours: By appointment only
“PhD studies hurt mental health, but less than you think”, 2022, with Matti Keloharju, Dagmar Müller, and Joacim Tåg
“What do the portfolios of individual investors reveal about the cross-section of equity returns?”, 2022, with Sebastien Betermier, Laurent Calvet, and Jens Kvaerner
“Scammed and scarred: Effects of investment fraud on its victims”, 2021, with Ville Rantala and Petra Vokata
“CEO health”, Leadership Quarterly, forthcoming, with Matti Keloharju and Joacim Tåg
“Social interaction in the family: Evidence from investors’ security holdings”, Review of Finance, forthcoming, with Elias Rantapuska and Matti Sarvimäki.
“What prevents women from reaching the top?”, Financial Management, forthcoming, with Matti Keloharju and Joacim Tåg.
“Are CEOs born leaders? Lessons from traits of a million individuals”, 2018, Journal of Financial Economics, with Renée Adams and Matti Keloharju.
“Formative experiences and portfolio choice: Evidence from the Finnish Great Depression”, 2017, Journal of Finance, with Elias Rantapuska and Matti Sarvimäki.
“IQ and mutual fund choice”, 2016, Management Science, with Mark Grinblatt, Seppo Ikäheimo, and Matti Keloharju.
“Stock ownership and political behavior: Evidence from demutualizations”, 2016, Management Science, with Markku Kaustia and Sami Torstila.
“Peer performance and stock market entry”, 2012, Journal of Financial Economics, with Markku Kaustia.
“Do investors buy what they know? Product market choices and investment decisions”, 2012, Review of Financial Studies, with Matti Keloharju and Juhani Linnainmaa.
“Do investors overweight personal experience? Evidence from IPO subscriptions”, 2008, Journal of Finance, with Markku Kaustia.
“Do retail incentives work in privatizations?”, 2008, Review of Financial Studies, with Matti Keloharju and Sami Torstila.
“Which investors leave money on the table? Evidence from rights issues”, 2008, Review of Finance, with Elias Rantapuska.