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EDHEC Business School, Associate Professor in Finance, September 2018 - present
Research Fellow Swedish House of Finance Stockholm School of Economics, 2020
CEPR Research fellow, 2020 - present
CEPR Research associate, 2016 - 2020
HEC Paris, Associate Professor in Finance, September 2016 - August 2018
Bocconi University, Assistant Professor in Finance, September 2011 - August 2016
Tilburg University, Ph.D. in Finance, 2011
1. Dimmock, S., R. Kouwenberg, O. Mitchell, and K. Peijnenburg (forthcoming) Household Portfolio Underdiversification and Probability Weighting: Evidence from the Field, Review of Financial Studies.
2. Eisele, A., T. Nefedova, G. Parise, and K. Peijnenburg (2020) Trading out of sight: An Analysis of Cross-Trading in Mutual Fund Families, Journal of Financial Economics, 135, 359-378.
3. Parise, G. and K. Peijnenburg, (2019) Noncognititive Abilities and Financial Distress: Evidence from a Representative Household Panel. Review of Financial Studies, 32, 3884-3919.
4. Peijnenburg, K. (2018) Life-Cycle Asset Allocation with Ambiguity Aversion and Learning. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 53, 1963-1994.
5. Peijnenburg, K., T. Nijman, and B. Werker (2017) Health Cost Risk: A Potential Solution to the Annuity Puzzle. The Economic Journal, 127, 1598-1625.
6. Dimmock, S., R. Kouwenberg, O. Mitchell, and K. Peijnenburg (2016) Ambiguity Aversion and Household Portfolio Choice Puzzles: Empirical Evidence. Journal of Financial Economics, 119(3), 559-577. Top 25 most cited articles in JFE since 2016 onwards.
7. Bütler, M., K. Peijnenburg, and S. Staubli (2017) How Much Do Means Tested Benefits Reduce the Demand for Annuities? Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, 16, 419-449.
8. Peijnenburg, K., T. Nijman, and B. Werker (2016) The Annuity Puzzle Remains a Puzzle. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. 70, 18-35.
9. Dimmock, S., R. Kouwenberg, O. Mitchell, and K. Peijnenburg (2015) Estimating Ambiguity Preferences and Perceptions in Multiple Prior Models: Evidence from the Field. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 51, 219-244.
10. Anantanasuwong, K., R. Kouwenberg, O. Mitchell, and K. Peijnenburg, Ambiguity Attitudes about Investments - Evidence from the Field.
11. Breaking Bad: How Health Shocks Prompt Crime? S. Andersen, and G. Parise
Work in progress
12. Experiments in Household Finance. S. Andersen, S. Dimmock, and K. Nielsen.
Google citation count
March 2021: 662