Sebastian Stöckl

News

  • Our paper "PRIX - A risk index for global private investors" (together with Michael Hanke and Martin Angerer) has recently been published in the Journal of Risk Finance (DOI)
  • Our paper "Decision Support for IT Investment Projects - A Real Option Analysis Approach Based on Relaxed Assumptions" (together with Marcel Müller, Steffen Zimmermann and Bernd Heinrich) has recently been published in Business & Information Systems Engineering (DOI)

Information

    • Assistant Professor, University of Liechtenstein (Profile)
    • Project Coordinator, Understanding Pensions in Europe (Homepage)
    • Teaching in BSc, MSc and PhD, as well as in Continuing Education (EMBA)
    • Modul Responsibility for Undergraduate and Graduate Studies
    • Visiting Lecturer at the Ramkhamhaeng University Bangkok, Thailand
    • External Pages: SSRN, Google Scholar, IDEAS, LinkedIn, ResearchGate

Contact Information

University of Liechtenstein, Institute for Financial Services, Chair in Finance

Fuerst-Franz-Josef-Strasse, 9490 Vaduz Liechtenstein

Phone: +423 265 1153 EMail: sebastian.stoeckl[at]uni.li

www.uni.li/sebastian.stoeckl www.sebastianstoeckl.com


About me

I was born in Munich and attended high school there. Afterwards I started my studies of Technical Mathematics (2001) and Business Administration (2003) and graduated from both in 2007. In the same year I passed the FRM exam and briefly worked for the Department of Banking and Finance of the University of Innsbruck. Afterwards in 2008 I did an internship in the Credit Portfolio Risk Department of Credit Suisse and started working as a Research Assistant for Porsche Automobil Holding SE in Stuttgart. I came back to the University of Innsbruck in 2009 and worked as a Research Assistant while completing my PhD in Economics in 2015. In 2010 I followed Michael Hanke (my thesis supervisor) to work for the University of Liechtenstein, where I have worked ever since (starting as Research Assistant, PostDoc and now Assistant Professor). In between I have additionally worked for the Department of Information Systems at the University of Innsbruck.

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