Michael Kisser joined NHH in 2010. Kisser’s research activities focus on corporate financing and investment decisions, cross-sectional stock returns, corporate pension risk and financial stability issues relating to securitization and credit rating agencies.
He obtained his Ph.D. in Finance in 2010 from the Vienna Graduate School of Finance. During his studies, he visited both the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund and worked as a co-author on the IMF’s Global Financial Stability Report.
|Kisser, Michael, Kiff, John||A shot at regulating securitization||Journal of Financial Stability Volume 10 (1), page 32 - 49, 2014|
|Kisser, Michael||The Real Option Value of Cash||Review of Finance Volume 17 (5), page 1649 - 1697, 2013|
Michael Kisser teaches corporate finance and international finance at the masters' level, portfolio management and advanced valuation in the executive program.