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W!E TALK about Gender Differences in Finance with Prof. Dr. Christine Laudenbach

  • Wann 14.06.2023 von 18:00 bis 19:00
  • Wo Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Fakultät, Spandauer Str. 1, 10178 Berlin, Heilig-Geist-Kapelle
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In recent studies, it has been observed that men tend to have higher levels of financial education and confidence in their investing abilities compared to women. However, financial advisers have the potential to bridge this gap. But do financial advisers treat male and female clients equally? What are the effects of gender-based stereotyping? And are there different patterns in how men and women implement financial advice?

These are the intriguing questions that Prof. Dr. Christine Laudenbach and her co-authors address in their working paper “Gender differences in financial advice“ which Prof. Laudenbach will present at the kick-off event of our "W!E TALK" event series on Wednesday, 14th June.

We, The Women in Economics Initiative e.V. and the student initiative Women in Economics @ HU, would like to cordially invite you to join us for this exciting presentation and subsequent discussion!


Sparkling wine reception afterwards (with kind support of the Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Gesellschaft an der HU e.V.) 




W!E TALK is to be a biannual event series organized by Women in Economics @ HU in collaboration with The Women in Economics Initiative e.V. The aim is to create a platform for accomplished women economists to share their experiences, discuss their work, and shed light on crucial topics they are passionate about. 


Prof. Dr. Christine Laudenbach is Professor of Finance at Goethe University and Director of the Household Finance Department at the Leibniz Institute for Financial Research SAFE in Frankfurt, and we are very honored to welcome her as our guest speaker for the evening. Her research expertise lies in behavioral economics and household finance, with a particular focus on financial decision-making and improving decision quality. Prof. Laudenbach is also a passionate advocate for female (financial) empowerment.