Sturla Lyngnes Fjesme is a Professor of Finance at the Oslo Business School at Oslo Metropolitan University. Sturla’s main research interests are in the areas of Corporate Finance, Financial History, and Asset Pricing. Sturla has presented his research at international conferences such as the American Finance Association Annual Conference (AFA) and published in journals such as the Journal of Financial Economics, the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, the Economic History Review, and Financial Management. Sturla has also won multiple awards and scholarships such as the annual Carol Johnston Award for Teaching Excellence and the Norwegian Central Bank Investment Management (NBIM) publication bonus. See http://sturlafjesme.com/
Publications and research
Fjesme, Sturla Lyngnes; Hannah, Leslie; Moore, Lyndon (2023). Informed investors, screening, and sorting on the London capital market, 1891-1913. Explorations in economic history (EEH) .
Fjesme, Sturla Lyngnes; Galpin, Neal; Moore, Lyndon (2020). Rejected Stock Exchange Applicants. Journal of Financial Economics . Vol. 139.
Fjesme, Sturla Lyngnes
Retail investor experience, asset learning, and portfolio risk-adjusted returns.
Finance Research Letters
Fjesme, Sturla Lyngnes; Galpin, Neal; Moore, Lyndon (2019). British IPO directors, 1891-1911. Business History .
Fjesme, Sturla Lyngnes (2019). Hvem er smartest på Oslo Børs?. Praktisk økonomi & finans . Vol. 35.
Fjesme, Sturla Lyngnes (2019). Informed trading by non-financial companies. Applied Economics Letters .
Fjesme, Sturla Lyngnes (2019). Foreign Market Portfolio Concentration and Performance. Financial Management .
Fjesme, Sturla (2018). Laddering IPO Shares. European Journal of Finance .
Fjesme, Sturla; Galpin, Neal; Moore, Lyndon (2018). An Efficient Market? Going Public in London, 1891-1911. The Economic History Review .
Fjesme, Sturla (2018). When do Investment Banks use IPO Price Support?. European Financial Management . Vol. 25.
Fjesme, Sturla Lyngnes; Norli, Øyvind (2011). Initial public offering allocations. ISBN: 978-82-8247-029-2. 100 p. Handelshøyskolen BI.