Prof. Dr. Juliane Proelß

Lehr- und Forschungsgebiete

  • Investition und Finanzierung
  • Alternative Investments
  • Asset Management
  • Risikomanagement

Vita

Berufliche Tätigkeiten

  • derzeit an der Hochschule Trier beurlaubt:
    Prof. Dr. Juliane Proelß ist bis zum 31.05.2019 im Rahmen eines befristeten Auslandseinsatzes an der John Molson School of Business an der Concordia University (Montreal, Kanada) tätig
  • seit 2012 Professorin für allgemeine BWL, insbesondere Finanzierung am Fachbereich Wirtschaft der Fachhochschule Trier
  • Referentin im Risikomanagement, insbesondere Refinancing der Santander Consumer Bank in Mönchengladbach
  • Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin an der Ebs Finanzakademie GmbH, Oestrich-Winkel
  • Freie Mitarbeiterin bei Fonds Consult, München

Ausbildung / Studium

  • Promotion an der European Business School zum Thema: „Strategy Optimization for Alternative Investments"
  • Zertifizierung zum Certified Financial Planner, Certified Foundation and Estate Planner, Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst
  • Studium der Betriebswirtschaftslehre an der Katholischen Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, WFI
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Commerce an der Lincoln University, Canterbury, Neuseeland
  • Gymnasium Dresden Blasewitz: „M. A. Nexö“

Publikationen

Beiträge in Handbüchern
  • Hass, Lars Helge, Juliane Proelss and Denis Schweizer (2012): Alternative Investments, in: H. Kent Baker and Greg Filbeck (ed.): Portfolio Theory and Management, Oxford University Press, Chapter 14, S. 314-339.
  • Proelss, Juliane and Denis Schweizer (2009): Optimal Multi Asset Portfolios, in: Greg N. Gregoriou (ed.): Value-at-Risk – Alternative Investments, Banking, Insurance and Portfolio Management, McGraw Hill, S. 315-348.
  • Proelss, Juliane (2008): Five Entries, in: Greg N. Gregoriou (ed.): Encyclopaedia of Alternative Investments, Chapman Hall.
  • Proelss, Juliane and Denis Schweizer (2008): Efficient Frontier of Commodity Portfolios, in: Frank Fabozzi, Roland Füss and Dieter G. Kaiser (ed.): The Handbook of Commodity Investing, John Wiley and Sons, S. 454-478.
  • Johanning, Lutz, Juliane Proelss, Artus Ph. Rosenbusch and Denis Schweizer (2006): Strategy Selection for Hedge Fund and Managed Futures Portfolios Using Higher Moments, in: Greg N. Gregoriou and Dieter G. Kaiser (ed.): Hedge Funds and Managed Futures – A Handbook for Institutional Investors, Risk Books, S. 301-322.
Wissenschaftliche Beiträge in referierten Zeitschriften
  • Proelss, Juliane and Denis Schweizer (2011): Polynomial Goal Programming and the Implicit Higher Moment Preferences of U.S. Institutional Investors in Hedge Funds, Financial Markets and Portfolio Management, Vol. 28, Issue 1, S. 1-28.
  • Koziol, Christian, Juliane Proelss and Denis Schweizer (2011): Do Institutional Investors Care about the Ambiguity of Their Assets? - Evidence from Portfolio Holdings in Alternative Investments, International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Finance, Vol. 14, S. 465-484.
  • Proelss, Juliane and Denis Schweizer (2011): Are Portfolio Holdings Affected by Parameter Uncertainty and Ambiguity? Erscheint in: International Journal of Finance.
Wissenschaftliche Beiträge im Revise and Resubmit
  • Burchard, Cord, Juliane Proelss, Utz Schäffer and Denis Schweizer: Bad News for Announcers, Good News for Rivals – An Examination of Transition Period Performance Effects Following Top Management Turnover, Strategic Management Journal.
  • Lauterbach, Rainer, Dieter Kaiser and Juliane Proelss: The Impact of Style Drift on Private Equity Performance, Venture Capital: an international journal of entrepreneurial finance.
  • Proelss, Juliane and Denis Schweizer (2011): The Role of Consumption and Listed Alternative Investments on the Lifetime-Ruin Probability of U.S. Households, Available at SSRN: ssrn.com/abstract=1366773, Accounting and Finance.
Arbeitspapiere
  • Kleindienst, Ingo, Juliane Proelss, Denis Schweizer and John Parm Ulhøj: How Does a CEO’s Private Life Stress Impact Firm Performance—Lessons from CEO Divorces, Aarhus University / Concordia University / Hochschule Trier
  • Proelss, Juliane, Denis Schweizer and Volker Seiler: Are Rare Earth Elements Prices Efficient?—Consequences for Stock Price Informativeness and Derivatives Pricing, University of Edinburgh / Concordia University / University of Paderborn / Hochschule Trier
  • Proelss, Juliane, Denis Schweizer and Feng Zahn: China: From Imitator to Innovator?, Concordia University / Boler School of Business / Hochschule Trier
  • Mietzner, Mark, Juliane Proelss and Denis Schweizer: (Dis)advantages of Investing in German Mini-Bonds, Zeppelin Universität / Concordia University / Hochschule Trier
Konferenzen
  • Forum for Economists International, 2015, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Commodity Market Workshop, 2015, Oslo, Norway
  • Economics of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 2015, Trier, Germany
  • 5th Chinese Capital Markets Conference, 2015, Winnipeg, Canada
  • FMA Annual Meeting, 2014, Nashville, USA
  • EJF Edinburgh Conference on the Chinese Capital Markets, 2013, Edinburgh, UK
  • Midwest Finance Association, 2010, 58th Annual Meeting, Miami, USA
  • Campus for Finance, 2009 und 2006, Vallendar, Germany
  • Academy of Economics and Finance, 2008, 35th Annual Meeting, Nashville USA
Prof. Dr. Juliane Proelß
Prof. Dr. Juliane Proelß
Professorin FB Wirtschaft
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