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Felix Kübler
SFI Senior Chair
Professor of Finance

Felix Kübler is Professor of Finance at the University of Zurich and has held an SFI Senior Chair since 2008. He obtained his PhD in Economics from Yale University. Before joining the faculty in Zurich, Prof. Kübler held professorships at Stanford University, the University of Pennsylvania, and the University of Mannheim. Prof. Kübler also serves on the editorial boards of several economic and financial journals.


Listen to Prof. Felix Kübler speak about his research.

Research Interests:
His research interests lie in theoretical financial economics and computational methods.
Recent Research:
In a recent paper, Prof. Kübler and his coauthors raise the question of what asset demand tests of expected utility are actually testing. They contribute to the literature by extending the expected utility representation to a set of contingent claim spaces where each space corresponds to a different set of probabilities and the von Neumann–Morgenstern index is the same across the different spaces. This is achieved by presenting a set of axiom systems in three different subspaces of the full distribution space: a single contingent claim space, a set of contingent claim spaces, and a space of risky prospects with a fixed number of states.