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back from left: Dr. Sven Panz, Dr. Jascha-Alexander Koch, Abdellatif Bouazi, Timo Schäfer front from left: Jasmin Bajrektarevic, Dr. Benjamin Clapham, Prof. Dr. Peter Gomber, Julian Schmidt, Jens Lausen
The authors Jens Lausen, Benjamin Clapham, Michael Siering, and Peter Gomber have won the 2020 Best Paper Award of the renowned „Journal of the Association for Information Systems” (JAIS) for their publication „Who Is the Next "Wolf of Wall Street"? Detection of Financial Intermediary Misconduct”. JAIS is a leading international journal in Information Systems and included in the AIS Senior Scholars' Basket of Journals (a basket of the eight top journals in our field). We are delighted to receive this award.
Deutsche Börse Capital Markets Academy uses LiveX trading simulation developed by the University of Frankfurt. Deutsche Börse AG's Capital Markets Academy offers participants an innovation in digital training: In the certificate course "Exchange Trader Cash Market", acquired knowledge can be applied directly in a very realistic stock exchange simulation now. More information can be found here.
Scientists develop method to detect fake news – Research team from Göttingen and Frankfurt develops robust approach for detecting market manipulation. Further information can be found in the press statement of the universities Göttingen and Frankfurt.
The team wishes all students, co-operation partners and employees of the university Merry Christmas and a happy new year.
New publication of the chair of e-Finance: Benjamin Clapham, Peter Gomber, Jens Lausen and Sven Panz were able to achieve a considerable publication success with their paper "Liquidity Provider Incentives in Fragmented Securities Markets" forthcoming in the renowned "Journal of Empirical Finance". Further information and the complete paper can be found here.
The Chair of e-Finance
The Chair of Business Administration, especially e-Finance at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration deals with fundamental and current questions regarding electronic financial services and electronic securities trading in particular.
Our activities in research and teaching include all facets of e-Finance, which range from customer interfaces in electronic banking and brokerage over market intermediaries to business models, infrastructure and technical concepts for electronic markets.
With all activities in research and joint projects with our partners in practice, we intend to contribute to the evolution of electronic financial markets. Hereby, we evaluate and develop new market mechanisms, new intermediary relations and opportunities for applying new concepts in IT.
In teaching, we communicate to our students a comprehensive know how and deepened understanding of the economic and technical realities of electronic financial markets. Furthermore, we would like to enable our students to take up ambitious and challenging jobs in the financial industry.