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Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

Dr. Michael Goedde-Menke

Lehrstuhl für Finanzierung


Tel.: +49 251 83-22027
Fax: +49 251 83-22882
E-Mail: michael.goedde-menke@wiwi.uni-muenster.de
Raum: J271 (Juridicum)
Sprechstunde: nach Vereinbarung
Zuständigkeiten: Geschäftsführung

Zur Person:
  • 09/2015-08/2016: Visiting Scholar at the UCLA Anderson School of Management (USA)
  • Since 2013: Postdoctoral scholar (Habilitand), Chair of Finance, University of Münster
  • 2013: Ph.D. in Business and Economics, University of Münster (Dr. rer. pol.; summa cum laude)
  • 2008-2013: Research and teaching assistant, Chair of Finance, University of Münster
  • 2004-2008: M.Sc. in Business Administration, University of Münster (Diplom-Kaufmann; salutatorian) and University of Manchester (Manchester Business School, United Kingdom); Specialization in Finance, Banking, and Management Accounting

  • Awards and Scholarships:
    2014: Invited as young scientist to participate in the 5th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Economic Sciences
    2013: Award for the best dissertation at the Münster School of Business and Economics (granted by the University of Münster)
    2008: Oliver Wyman-AlumniUM-Master-Award (Salutatorian)
    2008: Ernst & Young Award for the best master thesis at the Chair of Management Accounting and Control (Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Berens)
    2007: Invited to participate in the John Molson MBA International Case Competition in Montreal (Canada) for the University of Münster
    2005-2006: Erasmus scholarship for studying at the Manchester Business School (University of Manchester, UK)
    2004-2008: Scholarships for exceptional academic achievement as a student (Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, e-fellows.net)


Forschungsschwerpunkte:
  • Behavioral Finance
  • Financial Decision Making
  • Household Finance
  • Banking


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Working Papers

  • Fox, C., Goedde-Menke, M., Tannenbaum, D. (2017): Epistemic uncertainty and ambiguity aversion, Working Paper, in progress.

  • Goedde-Menke, M., Ingermann, P.-H. (2017): Credit Pricing in Lending Relationships: The asymmetric impact of information asymmetries, Working Paper.

  • Goedde-Menke, M., Ingermann, P.-H. (2017): Soft information and credit defaults: How diversified banks can benefit from loan officer specialization, Working Paper.

  • Goedde-Menke, M., Sträter, N., Pfingsten, A., Cornelißen, M. (2016): Depositor behavior during a financial crisis: What determines the decision to withdraw?, Working Paper.


Refereed Publications

  • Goedde-Menke, M., Erner, C., Oberste, M. (2017): Towards more sustainable debt attitudes and behaviors: The importance of basic economic skills, Journal of Business Economics, Vol. 87, Number 5, 645-668. doi:10.1007/s11573-017-0854-8.

  • Erner, C., Goedde-Menke, M., Oberste, M. (2016): Financial literacy of high school students: Evidence from Germany, The Journal of Economic Education, 47:2, 95-105.

  • Goedde-Menke, M., Lehmensiek-Starke, M., Nolte, S. (2014): An empirical test of competing hypotheses for the annuity puzzle, Journal of Economic Psychology, Vol. 43, August 2014, 75–91.

  • Goedde-Menke, M., Langer, T., Pfingsten, A. (2014): Impact of the financial crisis on bank run risk – Danger of the days after, Journal of Banking & Finance, Vol. 40, March 2014, 522-533.

  • Goedde-Menke, M., Sträter, N. (2010): Einlagensicherung (Deposit insurance), Die Betriebswirtschaft, 70. Jg. (3), S. 264-269.


Other Publications

  • 23rd Annual Meeting of the German Finance Association (DGF), Bonn, Germany (2016): Bank monitoring and credit defaults: The role of communication and credit term revisions, with Ingermann, P.-H.

  • 2nd Research in Behavioral Finance Conference (RBFC), Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2016): Bank monitoring and credit defaults: The role of communication and credit term revisions, with Ingermann, P.-H.

  • 21th Annual Meeting of the German Finance Association (DGF), Karslruhe, Germany (2014): Communication and relationship banking, with Ingermann, P.-H.

  • Münsteraner Banken-Workshop, Münster, Germany (2014): Getting to the core of relationship banking: How communication affects credit line pricing, with Ingermann, P.-H.

  • 1st Research in Behavioral Finance Conference (RBFC), Rotterdam, The Netherlands (2014): Getting to the core of relationship banking: How communication affects credit line pricing, with Ingermann, P.-H.

  • Marketing Strategy Meets Wall Street III, Frankfurt, Germany (2013): Bank Runs and the Importance of Reputational Risk, with Sträter, N., Pfingsten, A., Cornelißen, M.

  • 20th Annual Meeting of the German Finance Association (DGF), Wuppertal, Germany (2013): Bank Runs and the Importance of Reputational Risk, with Sträter, N., Pfingsten, A., Cornelißen, M.

  • 24th Biannual Subjective Probability, Utility, and Decision Making Conference (SPUDM), Barcelona, Spain (2013): An Empirical Test of Competing Hypotheses for the Annuity Puzzle, with Lehmensiek-Starke, M., Nolte, S.

  • 19th Biannual European Economics Education Conference, Cologne, Germany (2012): Back to Basics - A New Approach to prevent Consumer Overindebtedness, with Oberste M., Erner, C.

  • 51st Annual Financial Literacy and Economic Education Conference, Kansas City, USA (2012): Back to Basics - A New Approach to prevent Consumer Overindebtedness, with Oberste M., Erner, C.

  • Goedde-Menke, M., Langer, T., Pfingsten, A., Sträter, N. (2009): Bankenimage und Finanzmarktkrise - Was Sparer über Einlagensicherheit wissen und wie sie Banken (ein)schätzen, Deutsches Institut für Altersvorsorge.



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