Matthias Raddant

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Matthias is a researcher in the Department for Knowledge and Communication Management. He is also a resident scientist at Complexity Science Hub in Vienna. He holds a doctoral degree in quantitative economics from Kiel University. Before joining Danube University, Matthias held positions as assistant professor at Kiel University, and as a post-doctoral researcher at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy.

At Kiel University, Matthias has been teaching in the quantitative finance program. He served as the acting head for the research area Financial Markets and Macroeconomic Activity at the Kiel Institute from 2013 to 2014. He was also a visiting researcher to Keio University in 2018.

Matthias’ research focuses on risk in the financial sector, asset pricing models, financial integration, corporate boards, and economic networks. He currently works on complex networks in economics and finance, including aspects of sustainability and the management of mineral resources.

His work has been published both in economic as well as interdisciplinary journals. He is an associate editor for the journal SN Business and Economics. Matthias has provided expert statements for newspapers and TV formats. He has contributed to policy advice for the general public, to ministries, and the European Parliament.

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Publications (Extract Research Database)

Raddant, M.; Takahasi, H. (2022). Interdependencies of female board member appointments. International Review of Financial Analysis, 81: 10.1016/j.irfa.2022.102080

Raddant, Matthias; Takahashi, Hiroshi (2022). Corporate boards, interorganizational ties and profitability: the case of Japan. Empirical Economics: 10.1007/s00181-021-02062-y

Raddant, Matthias; Kenett, Dror Y. (2021). Interconnectedness in the global financial market. Journal of International Money and Finance, 110: 10.1016/j.jimonfin.2020.102280

Raddant, Matthias; Wagner, Friedrich (2021). Multivariate GARCH with dynamic beta. The European Journal of Finance: 10.1080/1351847x.2021.1882523

Steinbacher, Mitja; Raddant, Matthias; Karimi, Fariba; Camacho Cuena, Eva; Alfarano, Simone; Iori, Giulia; Lux, Thomas (2021). Advances in the agent-based modeling of economic and social behavior. SN Business & Economics, 1(99): https://doi.org/10.1007/s43546-021-00103-3

Raddant, Matthias; Milakovic, Mishael; Birg, Laura (2017). Persistence in corporate networks. Journal of Economic Interaction and Coordination, 12(2): 10.1007/s11403-015-0165-5

Raddant, Matthias; Wagner, Friedrich (2017). Transitions in the stock markets of the US, UK and Germany. Quantitative Finance: 10.1080/14697688.2016.1183812

Fiedler, Salomon; Jansen, Nils; Raddant, Matthias (2017). The corporate sector purchase programme (CSPP): Challenges and future prospects. European Parliament, Monetary Dialogue of the European Parliament, Brussels

Karimi, Fariba; Raddant, Matthias (2016). Cascades in Real Interbank Markets. Computational Economics, 47(1): 49-66

Raddant, Matthias; Wagner, Friedrich (2016). Phase transition in the S&P stock market. Journal of Economic Interaction and Coordination, 11(2): 229-246

Fiedler, Salomon; Gern, Klaus-Jürgen, Raddant, Matthias; Stolzenburg, Ulrich (2016). Financial market fragmentation in the euro area: State of play. Monetary Dialogue of the European Parliament, Brussels

Raddant, Matthias (2016). The response of European stock markets to the Brexit. Kiel Policy Brief, 100

Raddant, Matthias (2014). Structure in the Italian overnight loan market. Journal of International Money and Finance, 42: 197-213

Alfarano, Simone; Milakovic, Mishael; Raddant, Matthias (2013). A note on institutional hierarchy and volatility in financial markets. European Journal of Finance, 19(6): 449-465

Kenett, Dror Y.; Raddant, Matthias; Lux, Thomas; Ben-Jacob, Eshel (2012). Evolvement of uniformity and volatility in the stressed global financial village. PlosOne, 7(2): 10.1371/journal.pone.0031144

Kenett, Dror Y.; Raddant, Matthias; Zatlavi, Lior; Lux, Thomas; Ben-Jacob, Eshel (2012). Correlations and dependencies in the global financial village. International Journal of Modern Physics, 16: 13-28

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