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dr. T. (Torsten) Jochem

Faculty of Economics and Business
Sectie Finance
Photographer: FEB

Visiting address
  • Plantage Muidergracht 12
  • Room number:M3.27
Postal address
  • Postbus 15953
    1001 NL Amsterdam
Contact details
  • Profile


    Associate Professor in Finance, Amsterdam Business School

    Research areas

    Corporate governance, Executive compensation, Corporate finance; Cross-disciplinary governance topics


    • Ph.D. Economics, University of Pittsburgh, 2013
    • M.A. Economics, University of Pittsburgh, 2009
    • M.A. Intl Affairs (major: Socio-economic development), The New School (New York City), 2007
    • Dipl. Wirtschaftsinformatik (FH), Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences, 2005

    See here for Torsten's CV

  • Research
  • Teaching
    • Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Finance (MIF, 2018-)
    • Corporate Governance (MSc, 2013-)
    • FinTech (BSc, 2021-)
    • Thesis Supervision (2013-): 75 x MSc, 5 x BSc, 2 x PhD
    • Investment and Portfolio Theory (BSc, 2013-2018)
    • Previously: Probability and Statistics for Business and Management (2010-2012); Applied Statistical Methods (2012); Money, Banking and the Financial System (2012); Introduction to Macroeconomics (2010)
  • Publications


    • Denis, D. K., Jochem, T., & Rajamani, A. (2019). Shareholder Governance and CEO Compensation: The Peer Effects of Say on Pay. The Review of Financial Studies, 33(7), 3130-3173.
    • Jochem, T., Murtazashvili, J., & Murtazashvili, I. (2019). Can the Design of Electoral Institutions Improve Perceptions of Democracy in Fragile States? Evidence from Afghanistan. Journal of Global Security Studies, 5(3), 443–462.


    • Jochem, T., Ladika, T., & Sautner, Z. (2018). The Retention Effects of Unvested Equity: Evidence from Accelerated Option Vesting. The Review of Financial Studies, 31(11), 4142–4186. [details]



    • Jochem, T., Murtazashvili, I., & Murtazashvili, J. (2015). Social identity and voting in Afghanistan: evidence from a survey experiment. Journal of Experimental Political Science, 2(1), 47-62. [details]
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  • Ancillary activities
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