Ruben Cox is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the Erasmus School of Economics (ESE).
Ruben specializes in behavioral economics with applications to consumer finance and governance of financial markets.
Ruben combines his appointment at ESE with that of Senior Supervision Officer and Project Manager at the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM). AFM supervises conduct on financial markets and Ruben was part of the Capital Markets division, prior to joining the Expert-team in (Consumer) Financial Behavior. He has been involved in the redesign and implementation of supervision-strategies accross a variety of domains.
His research is published in Real Estate Economics, Urban Studies and Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics. He presented at a number of international meetings, including the FMA, AREUEA and ARES conferences and gave seminars at the Ministry of Finance and Dutch Central Bank.
He teaches corporate finance and business valuation and taught a variety of courses on behavioral finance, real estate finance, and research methods in the past.
R.H.G.M. Cox & P.C. de Goeij (2017). Gedragseffecten van investeringsreclames en de rol van de toezichthouder. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 102 (4746), 92-94.
R.H.G.M. Cox & J.C.C. Cloe-de Vos MSc (2017). Gedragseconomische aspecten bij de ontwikkeling, informatieverstrekking en distributie van financiële producten. Tijdschrift voor Compliance, 2017-3, 157-160. doi: https://denhollander.info/artikel/14367