Christina Mühr, PhD CFA
Office Hours: by appointment
Position at IIB, other positions and academic career
Christina joined the Institute of International Business as a research and teaching associate in September 2019. She earned her PhD in International Business from the Vienna University of Economics and Business, MSc in Law and Accounting from the London School of Economics and Political Science and BSc in Accounting and Finance from the University of York. During her academic studies, she specialised in finance, IFRS reporting and capital markets law, and gained work experience in management consulting, audit, accounting and marketing. Prior to joining the institute, she worked at the Financial Markets Authority as a banking supervisor for a systemically significant bank, and as a deals consultant at PwC, specialising in equity valuations, business and restructuring planning and financial modelling. She is also a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) charterholder.
Christina's research interests lie at the intersection of international business and finance to advance the understanding of international investment practice and theory, in particular of international equity markets. In her dissertation, she investigates foreign initial public offering (IPO) firms’ corporate governance and technology and respective stock market reactions. Her research has been nominated for several awards and published in the Academy of Management Proceedings.