Research Fellow and Quantitative Lead
Saïd Business School
University of Oxford
Park End Street
Clarissa Hauptmann is a Research Fellow on The Ownership Project at Oxford Saïd.
Dr Clarissa Hauptmann is a Research Fellow at Saïd Business School and leads the quantitative work stream within The Ownership Project at Oxford Saïd, funded by the Ford Foundation. She is a member of Green Templeton College, a Research Fellow at the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship and fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. Clarissa is a CFA charterholder.
Her research interest is in sustainability, non-financial disclosures, corporate governance and their effects on capital market outcomes. In her current work, she studies how ownership impacts corporate sustainability performance, uncovers the role of banks in fostering sustainability, addresses the value-relevance of sustainability disclosures, and examines the effects of leadership diversity on capital market outcomes. Clarissa has presented her work at numerous international conferences and workshops. She volunteers as a steering member of the ESG working group within the CFA Society UK.
Clarissa earned her PhD in Finance at Maastricht University. During her doctoral studies, she was a visiting scholar at Harvard Business School and an affiliate of the European Center for Corporate Engagement. Clarissa has taught courses in Finance, Accounting, and Business Ethics. She holds an MSc in Financial Economics from Maastricht University and earned her undergraduate degree in Economics at Georg-August Universität Göttingen. Next to her academic work, she has experience at Barclays, Deutsche Bank, and Bank Central Asia.
View Clarissa's research.