Think-tank between science and practice in finance.
In this section we show contributions based on scientific studies covering the topics financial markets, risk manangement and decision making under uncertainty in a very broad context. The spectrum which we cover here is meant to be broad and highly interdiscilplinary. This is also the reason why we show here, e.g., a contribution from the field of molecular biology investigating decision making under uncertaintiy already by the smallest living entities on earth.
Scientific article in the field of molecular biologie (2023)
Conrad B, Iseli C, Pirovino M (2023). Energy-harnessing problem solving of primordial life: Modeling the emergence of catalytic host-nested parasite life cycles. PLoS ONE 18(3): e0281661. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0281661
This scientific contribution is inspired from problems of risk management in the financial markets.
Short Research Note No.1-2013
"Uncertainty relations of events: Position and event density are complementary in case of normal distributions."
Working Paper No.1-2013
"How Can Knowledge Structures Determine Price Fluctutations? An Inquiry into Philosophy and Finance."
Working Paper No.1-2011
"What is the fair price for information in capital markets? Outline of a realistic aggregate capital markets theory explaining bubbles and trading away from equilibrium by means of Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism."