prof.dr. (Ingolf) I Dittmann

prof.dr. (Ingolf) I Dittmann

Professor of Corporate Governance and Managerial Accounting

Full professor Erasmus School of Economics Business Economics
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam

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Ingolf Dittmann is a professor of corporate governance and managerial accounting at the Erasmus School of Economics (ESE). Professor Dittmann's major areas of interest lie in corporate finance, corporate governance, executive compensation and behavioural finance.He is a member of both ERIM and the Tinbergen Institute. He chaired the research project "Explaining Stock Options in Executive Compensation" that is financed by a vidi  grant from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, NWO (2006-2010). Moreover, he currently chairs the research project “Inferring Preferences from Managerial Compensation Data” that is financed by a vici (2013-2017) grant from NWO. Earlier career roles include that of visiting scholar at the University of California in San Diego. Professor Dittmann received his PhD from Dortmund University and his Habilitation (a second German degree) from Humboldt-University at Berlin. Please take a look at his personal website in: 

  • Ingolf Dittmann (2008) - The Structure and Level of Executive Pay - Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam (EUR)

  • Felix Lamp & Ingolf Dittmann (2013) - Persistent Optimism or Pessimism in Analysts' Earnings Forecasts: Can an Individual Bias Correction Improve the Consensus Forecast?

Seminar Advanced Corporate Finance: Corp

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master, master
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  • Patrick Verwijmeren

    Empirical Essays on Debt, Equity, and Convertible Securities
  • Dan Zhang

    Essays in Executive Compensation
  • Shuo Xia

    Empirical corporate finance and corporate governance

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