CFR- Juniorprofessor Dr. Peter Limbach

Department of Business Administration and Finance



Universitätsstraße 24
Gebäude: 101b
Raum: 6 OG, 608
50923 Cologne

+49 (0) 221-470-6966
+49 (0) 221-470-3992

Office hours: by appointment

Curriculum vitae

since 2016Assistant Professor at the Department of Business Administration and Finance, Professorhip for Investments at Centre for Financial Research (CfR)
2012-2016Postdoctoral Researcher at the Chair of Banking and Finance of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
2008-2012Scientific Assistant and Doctoral Candidate at the chair of Banking and Finance of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
2011Visiting Ph.D., Erasmus University of Rotterdam, Netherlands (Host: Prof. Abe de Jong)
2011Conferral of the doctorate rer. pol.: "The Role of Reputation in Corporate Finance: Evidence from Corporate Bonds, Delegated Monitoring, and Corporate Name Changes" at the Karslruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
(Supervisor: Prof. Martin Ruckes, Prof. Werner De Bondt)
2002-2007Study of Economics at the University of Bonn

Main research

  • CEOs and Corporate Governance
  • Intersection of Asset Management and Corporate Finance
  • Law and Finance
  • Reputation

Publications

In international refereed journals:

In german refereed journals:

Other publications:

Working Papers:

  • Does CEO Fitness Matter?
    CFR Working Paper 14-12,Western Finance Association meeting (WFA) 2016, German Finance Association (DGF) 2016, 2nd Edinburgh Corporate Finance Conference, Swiss Finance Association (SGF) 2015 (with Florian Sonnenburg)

Work in Progress:

  • The Role of Reputation in Investment Banking: A Survey
    (with Christian Andres, André Betzer and William L. Megginson)

  • Knowing Me, Knowing You? CEO-Fund Manager Similarity and Stock Selection
    (with Stefan Jaspersen)

Teaching

Lectures

  • "Corporate Governance" SS 2017

Main Seminars

  • "Leaders in Business and Finance: Who they are, why they differ, and how they matter" SS 2017
  • "Leaders in Business and Finance: Who they are, why they differ, and how they matter" WS 16/17