Dr Carsten Sprenger

  • Lecturer in Financial Economics (Economics)

telephone: 01413307285
email: Carsten.Sprenger@glasgow.ac.uk

University of Glasgow, Adam Smith Business School, Room 402, University Avenue, Glasgow, G12 8QQ

Import to contacts

ORCID iDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0001-5399-3147

Biography

Carsten holds a PhD in Economics from the University Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, Spain. Previous to joining the University of Glasgow, he worked at the New Economic School and the Higher School of Economics, both in Moscow, Russia. Carsten has spent research visits at the CESifo Institute in Munich (2017) and the Bank of Finland Institute for Emerging Economies (BOFIT), and is a CESifo Research Network Affiliate.

 

 

Research interests

Carsten is a member of the School's Finance research cluster.

Research interests:

  • Corporate governance
  • Corporate finance
  • Ownership structure of firms
  • Finance of endowments and foundations
  • The Russian economy

Publications

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2022

Sprenger, C. and Lazareva, O. (2022) Corporate governance and investment-cash flow sensitivity: evidence from Russian unlisted firms. Journal of Comparative Economics, 50(1), pp. 71-100. (doi: 10.1016/j.jce.2021.05.004)

2019

Sprenger, C. and Todorović, S. (2019) Corporate Governance of the Largest Russian Banks. BOFIT Policy Brief 2019 No. 3. Other. Bank of Finland, Institute for Economies in Transition (BOFIT).

Sprenger, C. (2019) Limited demand, limited supply: corporate governance and sustainability in Russia. In: Bruner, C. M. and Sjåfjell, B. (eds.) The Cambridge Handbook of Corporate Law, Corporate Governance and Sustainability. Series: Cambridge law handbooks. Cambridge University Press, pp. 317-330. ISBN 9781108658386 (doi: 10.1017/9781108658386.029)

2014

Sprenger, C. (2014) Privatization and survival - evidence from a Russian firm survey. Economic Annals, 59(200), pp. 43-60. (doi: 10.2298/EKA1400043S)

2011

Sprenger, C. (2011) The choice of ownership structure: evidence from Russian mass privatization. Journal of Comparative Economics, 39(2), pp. 260-277. (doi: 10.1016/j.jce.2010.09.003)

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Articles

Sprenger, C. and Lazareva, O. (2022) Corporate governance and investment-cash flow sensitivity: evidence from Russian unlisted firms. Journal of Comparative Economics, 50(1), pp. 71-100. (doi: 10.1016/j.jce.2021.05.004)

Sprenger, C. (2014) Privatization and survival - evidence from a Russian firm survey. Economic Annals, 59(200), pp. 43-60. (doi: 10.2298/EKA1400043S)

Sprenger, C. (2011) The choice of ownership structure: evidence from Russian mass privatization. Journal of Comparative Economics, 39(2), pp. 260-277. (doi: 10.1016/j.jce.2010.09.003)

Book Sections

Sprenger, C. (2019) Limited demand, limited supply: corporate governance and sustainability in Russia. In: Bruner, C. M. and Sjåfjell, B. (eds.) The Cambridge Handbook of Corporate Law, Corporate Governance and Sustainability. Series: Cambridge law handbooks. Cambridge University Press, pp. 317-330. ISBN 9781108658386 (doi: 10.1017/9781108658386.029)

Research Reports or Papers

Sprenger, C. and Todorović, S. (2019) Corporate Governance of the Largest Russian Banks. BOFIT Policy Brief 2019 No. 3. Other. Bank of Finland, Institute for Economies in Transition (BOFIT).

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Grants

Potanin Fund, Project "Endowments and Crises", 2020-22, Lead researcher.

Supervision

  • Projects in the areas of Corporate Governance and Corporate Finance, in particular on the role of large owners and the characteristics of CEOs in corporate decisions and performance,
  • Projects on financial and spending decisions of charitable foundations and endowments,
  • Applied research on the Russian economy.

Teaching

ASBS 2022-23, 2023-24:

  • Econ4013 (UG) Financial Markets and Corporate Finance
  • Econ5066 (PG) Corporate Finance and Investments

Earlier courses taught (a selection)

  • Undergraduate: Introduction to Finance, Corporate Finance, Investment Management
  • Graduate: Asset Pricing, Credit Risk, Corporate Governance.