Historic Teaching & Evaluations

Here you can find information and additional material for upcoming/currently running courses

University of Liechtenstein

2020-21

Coming Soon
Coming Soon

2019-20

2018-19

2017-18

2016-17

2015-16

2010-15

  • SS 2015: Quantitative Analysis (BSc), Seminar in Finance (MSc), MasterLAB in Financial Services (MSc), Thesis (BSc, MSc)
  • WS 2014: Portfolio Management (BSc), Portfolio Business Game (BSc), Research Methods - Specialization (BSc), Research Seminar (BSc), Risk Management and Financial Institutions (BSc - parts), Empirical Finance (MSc), Workshop in Finance (MSc), Seminar in Wealth Management (MSc),Thesis (BSc, MSc), Grundlagen Finanzmarktstatistik (EMBA), Klassische Portfoliotheorie (EMBA)
  • WS 2013: Grundlagen der Finanzierung (BSc), Portfolio Management (BSc), Portfolio Business Game (BSc), Empirical Finance (MSc), MasterPROJECT (MSc), Seminar in Wealth Management (MSc), Thesis (BSc, MSc)
  • SS 2013: Grundlagen der Finanzierung (BSc), Portfolio Management (BSc), Portfolio Business Game (BSc), Private Banking (BSc), Seminar Private Banking (BSc), Seminar in Finance (MSc), Seminar International Economics and Finance (MSc)
  • WS 2012: Seminar in Wealth Management (MSc), MasterPROJECT (MSc), Thesis (BSc, MSc), Grundlagen Finanzmarktstatistik (EMBA), Klassische Portfoliotheorie (EMBA), Kapitalmarkttheorie (EMBA)
  • SS 2012: Grundlagen der betrieblichen Finanzwirtschaft (BSc), Portfoliomanagement und Finanzanalyse (BSc), Portfolio Planspiel (BSc), Private and Corporate Banking (BSc), Seminar in Finance (MSc)
  • WS 2010 - WS 2011: Portfoliomanagement und Finanzanalyse (BSc), Portfolio Planspiel (BSc), Private and Corporate Banking (BSc)

Ramkhamhaeng University Bangkok - Institute of International Studies

University of Innsbruck

  • WS 2010, SS 2011, WS 2011: Investition und Finanzierung - EVALUATION REPORTS SS11 and WS10

MCI Innsbruck

  • WS 2019: Die Empirie von Kapitalmärkten (MBA)
  • WS 2017: Die Empirie von Kapitalmärkten (MBA)
  • WS 2012: Global IT Markets (MSc)
Sebastian Stoeckl
Sebastian Stoeckl
Assistant Professor of Finance

My research interests include Financial and Economic Uncertainty as well as Empirical Asset Pricing.