Maximilian Rohrer joined NHH in 2018. He holds a PhD degree from BI – Norwegian Business School (2018) and Master of Science in International Business from NHH – Norwegian School of Economics (2012). His research focusses on in the intersection between Computational Linguistics and Finance. In specific, he studies the content of oral and written disclosure by agents in the financial market place in the context of Corporate Governance and Asset Pricing.
Maximilian is teaching BAN432 - Applied Textual Data Analysis for Business and Finance and FIE401 – Financial Econometrics at the master level at NHH.
|Bjørnland, Hilde C; Nordvik, Frode Martin; Rohrer, Maximilian||Supply flexibility in the shale patch: Evidence from North Dakota||Journal of applied econometrics Volume 36 (3); page 273 - 292; 2021|