Talina Sondershaus

Welcome to my website! I am Assistant Professor in Financial Economics at the Department of Economics at  Lund University School of Economics and Management (Sweden), and affiliated researcher of Norges Bank (Norwegian Central Bank)

My research interests lie within empirical banking, climate finance and household finance.  I conduct research on borrowing and lending behavior (corporate lending, household borrowing) and loan trading in the context of financial market regulation, monetary policy and climate change.


Email: talina.sondershaus@nek.lu.se

News

June 2024: I became Assistant Professor in the Finance Group at the Department of Economics at Lund School of Economics and Management.

Feb 2024: Submit your paper to our conference on Crypto and Fintech in Lund! Submission deadline is May 1, 2024,  see call for papers. 

Nov 2023:  My JMP "The Effect of Asset Encumbrance on Bank Behavior: Evidence from the Introduction of Covered Bonds in Norway", joined work with with Jin Cao and Ragnar Juelsrud, is now R&R at the Journal of the European Economic Association (JEEA).

Oct 2023:    I received the Best Discussion Award at the Workshop on Banking Research Münster for my discussion of the paper "CBDC and the Shadow of Bank Disintermediation: US Stock Market Insights on Threats and Remedies" by Beckmann et al.

May 2023:   New version of  "Targeted asset purchases and business dynamism" is now online.

Feb 2023:    Our paper "CLOs' trading of brown loans when climate change draws attention" is now published on SSRN.

Sep 2022:    I am  PI in the project "The effect of buy-now-pay-later on consumers" funded by the Swedish innovation agency Vinnova 

Jan 2022:     I received the IWH Best Paper Award  for my single-authored paper "Spillovers of asset purchases".