As of 1 September 2009, Kasper Roszbach will be appointed part-time professor at the Faculty of Economics and Business of the University of Groningen.
He will fill the chair in Banking and Finance.
Roszbach’s specialism is the empirics of banking behaviour and he has published a number of articles in top field journals in banking in a relatively short space of time.
He has many valuable contacts through his post as research director at the Swedish national bank and through the role he plays in international networks and at international conferences.
Roszbach will contribute in particular to the Research Master’s degree programme and to the supervision of PhD students in the field of Banking and Finance.
Kasper Roszbach (1963) studied Political and International Economics at the Erasmus University Rotterdam and General Economics at the University of Rochester (USA).
He gained his PhD in Economics at the Stockholm School of Economics in 1998.
Roszbach became research director of the Sveriges Riksbank (the national bank of Sweden) in 2004.
From 2008 until mid-2009 Roszbach was a special advisor to the crisis group of the Swedish Ministry of Finance.
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