Konrad Raff is an associate professor of finance at NHH. Previously, he was on the faculty at VU University Amsterdam and held a visiting fellowship at the Institute for Financial Research in Stockholm. He earned a PhD in economics from Toulouse School of Economics. His research centers on corporate governance and corporate finance.
Burkart, Mike and Konrad Raff, 2015. Performance Pay, CEO Dismissal and the Dual Role of Takeovers, Review of Finance.
Ali C. Akyol, Konrad Raff, Patrick Verwijmeren, 2017. The elimination of broker voting in director elections. Finance Research Letters, (21), 34-39.
Raff, Konrad and Linus Siming, 2017. Knighthoods, Damehoods and CEO Behaviour, Journal of Corporate Finance, forthcoming.
Raff, Konrad and Patrick Verwijmeren: "Learning from Other Firms' Investments: Corporate Governance and Firm Entry."
Raff, Konrad: "Information Externalities in Corporate Governance".
Akyol, Ali, Raff, Konrad and Patrick Verwijmeren: "The Elimination of Broker Voting in Director Elections".
Konrad Raff teaches corporate finance at the master's level.