Sebastian Gryglewicz

Professor of Finance
Erasmus School of Economics

Erasmus University Rotterdam  






Department of Finance, Office E2-21
Erasmus School of Economics
Erasmus University Rotterdam
PO Box 1738
3000 DR Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Tel.: +31 10 4081435


Professor of Finance, Erasmus University Rotterdam

Research Interests: Corporate Finance, Economic Theory

Full CV



Optimal Financing with Tokens
Journal of Financial Economics forthcoming, with Simon Mayer and Erwan Morellec

Less Popular but More Effective Toeholds in Corporate Takeovers, 2021
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis 56, 283-312, with Yun Dai and Han Smit

Investment Timing and Incentive Costs, 2020
Review of Financial Studies 33, 309-357, with Barney Hartman-Glaser

Agency Conflicts and Short- versus Long-Termism in Corporate Policies, 2020
Journal of Financial Economics 163, 718-742, with Simon Mayer and Erwan Morellec

Growth Options, Incentives, and Pay-for-Performance: Theory and Evidence, 2020
Management Science 66, 1248-1277, with Barney Hartman-Glaser and Geoffery Zheng
Winner, Jacob Gold & Associates Best Paper Prize, ASU Sonoran Winter Finance Conference 2017

Corporate Policies with Permanent and Transitory Shocks, 2017
Review of Financial Studies 30, 162-210, with Jean-Paul Décamps, Erwan Morellec, and Stéphane Villeneuve

Similar Bidders in Takeover Contests, 2013
Games and Economic Behavior 82, 544-561, with Yun Dai, Han Smit, and Wouter De Maeseneire

Optimal Investment in Learning-Curve Technologies, 2012
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 36, 1462-1476, with Marco Della Seta and Peter Kort

A Theory of Corporate Financial Decisions with Liquidity and Solvency Concerns, 2011
Journal of Financial Economics 99, 365-384

Finite Project Life and Uncertainty Effects on Investment, 2008
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 32, 2191-2213, with Kuno Huisman and Peter Kort

Working Papers

Delegated Monitoring and Contracting
with Simon Mayer
(Revise and Resubmit, Journal of Finance)

Dynamic Signaling with Stochastic Stakes
with Aaron Kolb
(Revise and Resubmit, Theoretical Economics; supersedes Strategic Pricing in Volatile Markets)

Understanding Cash Flow Risk
with Loriano Mancini, Erwan Morellec, Enrique Schroth, and Philip Valta


Corporate Finance Theory (TI1719)

Dynamic Corporate Finance (TI106)

Financial Risk Management (FEM11023)

Seminar Risk Management (FEM11005)

Master Thesis Financial Economics (FEM11067)

Bachelor Thesis Finance (FEB13100)