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The goal of the Spängler IQAM Research Center - a cooperation between Spängler IQAM Invest, the Vienna University of Technology and the Vienna University of Economics and Business - is to advance the practical application of cutting-edge academic findings in asset and risk management strategies. The Spängler IQAM Research Center aims to be a leading platform for academics, practitioners and the public in the area of asset management. To achieve this, we promote know-how in the area of finance and also organise events such as investment seminars and talks.
An illustrious Advisory Board
Our illustrious Advisory Board, with distinguished financial economists from American and European elite universities, actively supports us. The Advisory Board consists of experts who advise us on choosing and implementing research projects.
The Spängler IQAM Research Centre Advisory Board comprises distinguished financial economists from American, British, French, German and Austrian universities. The Spängler IQAM Research Centre invites top economic experts to Austria for various events such as investment talks and seminars. Among the eminent members of the Advisory Board are Jan Pieter Krahnen, who, in his capacity as a member of the Issing Committee, advised the German government during the preparations for the G-20 summit and is also a member of the Academic Advisory Team at the German Ministry of Finance in Berlin; Lucrezia Reichlin, former Director for Research at the European Central Bank and currently professor at London Business School, who developed a model for short-term macro-forecasting, which is used by most of the world’s central banks today; as well as Doron E Avramov (Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Amit Goyal (University of Lausanne and Swiss Finance Institute), Neal Stoughton (Vienna University of Economics and Business) and Raman Uppal (EDHEC Business School). The Spängler IQAM Research Centre Management consists of Thomas Dangl and Josef Zechner.
f.l.t.r.: Prof. Dr. Neal Stoughton; Prof. Dr. Jan Pieter Krahnen; Prof. Raman Uppal, Ph.D.; Prof. Lucrezia Reichlin, Ph.D.; Prof. Amit Goyal, Ph.D.; Prof. Doron E. Avramov, Ph.D.