Florian Madertoner

Lecturer at Rotterdam School of Management


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Rotterdam School of Management

Florian Madertoner is a Lecturer at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. He holds a degree in Banking- and Finance. Florian’s research interests include Capital Structure Theory, Behavioral Finance, Fraud and the History of Finance.

He is responsible for the Finance part of the course “Introduction to Business”. In addition, Florian teaches Foundations of Finance, Corporate Finance as well as the minor “Money and Banking” in the international bachelor program. In the Master program Finance & Investment Florian is involved in the course “Financial Analysis and Valuation” and the supervision of Master theses.

He has been awarded the "Professor of the Year Award" three years consecutively in 2016, 2017 and 2018 for his undergrad course on Corporate Finance.

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