I am an Associate Professor of Finance and Scientia Fellow Alumni in the School of Banking and Finance, the University of New South Wales. My work focuses on empirical industrial organisation at the firm and market level. I am particularly interested in understanding the role of and determinants of women participation in innovation and in the international aspect of differences across countries and disciplines. Additional current and past work covers international finance and empirical methods.
I was an Assistant and Associate Professor at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University from 2008-2016. I was a Marie Curie research fellow for the period 2009-2011 and a research fellow at the Duisenberg School of Finance from 2010-2014. My work has been published in top finance and economics journals and has been presented at the AEA, AFA, WFA, EFA, FIRS among many other conferences. I have visited for extended periods Haas School of Business (UC Berkeley), Jones Graduate School of Business (Rice University), and the National University of Singapore.
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There are currently no measures to prevent Russian market participants or economic entities from using cryptocurrencies to circumvent economic sanctions
Rapid advances in technology are creating new business opportunities in the finance industry, while shifts in consumer behaviour have led to an increase in ESG investments
Bitcoin’s price is volatile and it is extremely likely it will decrease in value over the next six months, says Elvira Sojli, Associate Professor of Finance in the School of Banking and Finance at UNSW Business School
The market is filled with irrational exuberance when it comes to Bitcoin, and this could affect whether or not the cryptocurrency becomes a legitimate form of payment in the near future, says UNSW Business School's Elvira Sojli