Assistant Professor of Finance
Area of Expertise:
Asset Pricing, Banking and Financial Institutions, Financial Economics, International Finance
Financial Economics: financial intermediation, financial regulation. Macro Finance: asset pricing, cryptocurrencies, exchange rates. Microeconomic Theory: coordination games, platform design, blockchain
- "ICO versus Credit versus Venture Capital Financing under Stochastic Demand: A comment on 'Entrepreneurial Incentives and the Role of Initial Coin Offerings'", Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control, with R. Garratt, M. van Oordt, 2021
- "Central Bank Digital Currency: Central Banking For All?", Review of Economic Dynamics, with J. Fernandez-Villaverde, D. Sanches, H. Uhlig, 2020
- "Currency Substitution under Transaction Costs", AEA Papers & Proceedings, with H. Uhlig, 2019
- "Some Simple Bitcoin Economics", Journal of Monetary Economics, with H. Uhlig, 2019
Linda Schilling joined Olin Business School as an Assistant Professor in Finance in 2021. Linda received her PhD in Quantitative Economics from the University of Bonn in 2017. Since then, she has been holding positions as Assistant Professor for Financial Economics at the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands and Ecole Polytechnique CREST in Palaiseau, France.
Linda holds a Diplom (equiv. to Masters) in pure mathematics from the University of Bonn and a Master's in financial mathematics from the University of Edinburgh.
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Linda Schilling's Curriculum Vitae
PhD 2017, Bonn Graduate School of Economics
Diplom (equivalent to Bachelor + MPhil) 2011, University of Bonn
MSc 2009, University of Edinburgh ahd Heriot-Watt U