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Charline Uhr


Associate Professor

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Charline Uhr CV

Areas of expertise

  • Household Finance
  • Behavioral Finance
  • Risk and Ambiguity
  • Financial Intermediation
  • Investments & Portfolio Allocation

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Charline Uhr is an Associate Professor at the Department of Economics and Business Economics, Aarhus University, and a research fellow at the Danish Finance Institute (DFI). She holds a doctoral degree from the Goethe University in Frankfurt (2021).


Charline's research interests include household finance, behavioral finance, and financial markets. Her empirical research focuses on contributing to better understanding private investors' decision-making on the stock market. She is particularly interested in financial advice, investment biases, and decision-making under ambiguity. That includes, for example, projects on whether private investors need and follow financial advice or how they react to ambiguity in financial markets.  

More information and details about her research is available at her personal website.

Teaching activities

Charline is teaching a master's course in Financial Intermediation that is offered for MSc. in Finance students and open as an elective course to other students at the Department of Economics and business Economics, Aarhus university. Financial Intermediation is a 10 ECTS course that covers players and institutions in financial systems, financial crises, bank regulation, and bank management. A particular focus is set on recent research findings in the area of financial intermediation and FinTech. 

In addition, Charline supervises bachelor theses, master theses, and seminar or internship reports. 

Charline has previously taught (or co-taught) the following courses

  • Corporate FinTech
  • Introductory courses in finance
  • Seminar on Personal Finance


Charline actively collaborates with partners from the industry. She has worked with banks, brokerages, and associations, and the result of these cooperations are several well-published research papers.

She has received a grant from the Inge-Lehmann program on her project "Help needed? Private investors and financial advice" over the period from 2024 to 2027.

Selected publications

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