Jonas Nygaard Eriksen is an Associate Professor at the Department of Economics and Business Economics, Aarhus University, and a research fellow at the Danish Finance Institute (DFI). He holds a PhD in Economics and Business Economics from Aarhus University (2015).
Jonas is the programme coordinator for the MSc. in Finance master’s degree programme at Department of Economics and Business Economics, Aarhus University, and teaching coordinator for finance courses at the HA/BSc programmes.
Jonas' research interest revolve around asset pricing, return predictability, climate finance, and exchange rates. He is particularly interested in understanding risk premia in financial markets and their behavior both over time and in the cross section. For example, he has studied bond risk premia and their predictability and how predictability itself can change with fundamental variables such as the business cycle. He has recently done work on the influence of monetary policy announcements on the equity premium and stock betas and on understanding the drivers of house prices using subjective expectations. Jonas has recently become interested in climate finance.
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Jonas is teaching a master’s course in Asset Pricing offered both for MSc. in Finance and oecon students at the Department of Economics and business Economics, Aarhus university. The course is 10 ECTS and deals with both theoretical and empirical aspects of asset pricing. He also teach an introductory finance course to HD students. In addtion, Jonas undertakes supervision of bachelor theses, master theses, and topic reports as well as Ph.D. supervision.
Jonas has previously taught (or co-taught) the following courses