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Professor Kaustia new Head of Department for the Dept. of Finance

Professor Markku Kaustia started as the Department Head in August 2016.

The Department has a teaching staff of 15 and a total headcount of 34. "The exciting developments for the current academic year include recruiting in the international market for professors, significant changes to the curricula of our degree programs, and Academy of Finland projects", says Kaustia about what lies ahead.

Professor Kaustia teaches capital market investments at the M.Sc. and MBA programs, as well as behavioral finance at the M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs. 

Professor Markku Kaustia at the Department of Finance's web pages.

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