Dr. Samuel Huber

Samuel Huber

Samuel Huber ist Leiter Fixed Income bei der Mobiliar mit einem Fokus auf Liability Driven Investing. Er stiess 2016 zu der Mobiliar von der CS, wo er für inflationsgeschützte Produkte und Overlays für institutionelle Kunden zuständig war. Von 2008 bis 2010 arbeitete er im Asset Management der F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG in Basel. Samuel Huber doktorierte an der Wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Fakultät der Universität Basel, wo er als Research Fellow affiliiert ist. Wissenschaftliche Artikel veröffentlichte er unter anderem im Economic Journal, der International Economic Review und der European Economic Review.

 

Wissenschaftliche Publikationen

The Role of Trading Frictions in Financial Markets, 2019.
Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control, 99, 1-18.
With Jaehong Kim, Xiamen University, China.

Limited Commitment and the Demand for Money, 2018
The Economic Journal, 128, 917-1332.
With Aleksander Berentsen, University of Basel, Switzerland, and Alessandro Marchesiani, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom. 

On the Optimal Quantity of Liquid Bonds, 2017.
Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control, 79, 184-200.
With Jaehong Kim, Xiamen University, China. 

The Societal Benefits of a Financial Transaction Tax, 2016.
European Economic Review, 89, 303-323.
With Aleksander Berentsen, University of Basel, Switzerland, and Alessandro Marchesiani, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom.

Financial Innovations, Money Demand and the Welfare Cost of Inflation, 2015.
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 47(2), 223-261.
With Aleksander Berentsen, University of Basel, Switzerland, and Alessandro Marchesiani, University of Liverpool. 

Degreasing the Wheels of Finance, 2014.
International Economic Review, 55(3), 735-763.
With Aleksander Berentsen, University of Basel and Alessandro Marchesiani, University of Liverpool.

Working Papers

Unemployment and the Demand for Money, 2019.
With Jaehong Kim, Xiamen University, and Alessandro Marchesiani, University of Liverpool.

An Overlapping Generations Model for Monetary Policy Analysis, 2017.
With Jaehong Kim, Xiamen University, China.