Joakim Westerholm - Newsroom articles

  • The highs and lows of retail investing 18 Sep 2018

    Australian Financial Review

    Australian Financial Review reported on a new study by Joshua Della Vedova, Dr Andrew Grant and Associate Professor Joakim Westerholm from the Business School that compared institutional investors with retail investors.

  • Hidden figures. Women manage money better 04 Mar 2017

    The Sun Herald, Sunday Age and Sunday Canberra Times

    The Sun Herald, Sunday Age and Sunday Canberra Times mentioned Associate Professor Joakim Westerholm has collected Finnish data on the stock market performance of women and men during the Global Financial Crisis.

  • Study suggests kids make great investors (or their parents are cheating) 09 Apr 2013

    CBC News Canada

    Either children are much better stock pickers than adults, or their parents are using their accounts to hide insider trading, an extensive review of trading data by a team of international researchers, including the Business School's Joakim Westerholm, reports CBC News, Canada.

  • To Find Insider Trading, Follow The Kids' Money 09 Apr 2013

    National Public Radio (USA)

    National Public Radio (USA) has reported on research by Joakim Westerholm from the Business School, Henk Berkman at University of Auckland and Paul Koch at the University of Kansas, which suggests that the abnormally high performance of trading accounts of children aged 0 to 10 years might be a sign of insider trading.