I am a PhD student in Finance at the Rotterdam School of Management at the Erasmus University Rotterdam.
I started my PhD in 2013, after completing my master in Econometrics with a specialisation in Quantitative Finance at the Erasmus School of Economics.
My research is centered around equity issues.
In my research, I investigate how the number of equity issues taking place is affected by liquidity,
whether stereotypes play a role in the IPO market and how efficiently capital is allocated in primary markets around the world.
I have presented my work at the Paul Woolley Centre Conference at the University of Technology Sydney, and the FMA Europe Doctoral Consortium.
- 2016 Aug: Started Research Visit to the Ross School of Business of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
- 2016 Jun: Received a Vereniging Trustfonds Grant
- 2016 Jun: Presented first results of my job market paper at the FMA Europe Meeting 2016 Doctoral Consortium
- 2014 Oct: Presented at the Paul Woolley Centre Conference 2014 at the University of Technology in Sydney
- 2014 Apr: Received a Paul Woolley Centre Travel Grant