Dr. R.H.G.M. (Ruben) Cox

Erasmus School of Economics (ESE)
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Associate Member ERIM
Field: Finance & Accounting
Affiliated since 2009

Ruben Cox is a part-time Assistant Professor of Finance at the Erasmus School of Economics (ESE).

Ruben specializes in behavioral economics with applications to consumer finance, and regulations and governance of financial markets.

Ruben combines his appointment at ESE with that of Senior Advisor Recovery and Resolution at ING where he is responsible for developing and operationlizing the recovery and resolution strategy of ING Group N.V. Prior to that he worked in Capital Markets supervision at the Netherlands Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM) and was involved in the redesign and implementation of new supervision strategies.

His research is published in Real Estate Economics, Urban Studies and Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics. He presented in a number of international meetings, including the FMA, Eastern Finance Association, AREUEA and ARES conferences and seminars at the Ministry of Finance and Dutch Central Bank.

He currently teaches corporate finance and business valuation and in the past behavioral finance, real estate finance, and research methods.

Key Publications (3)

  • R.H.G.M. Cox, W. Zijlstra & J. Weda (2018). Column: Vijftien procent beleggers gebruikt weleens oefenaccount. Economisch-Statistische Berichten.
  • R.H.G.M. Cox (2018). Naar een volgend level? (blog). The Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets. (available: 28 Jun 2018).
  • R.H.G.M. Cox (2018). Waarom belegt een belegger? (blog). The Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets. (available: 28 Sep 2018).
  • A. Kamolsareeratana, R.R.P. Kouwenberg & R.H.G.M. Cox (2018). Gambling in the Stock Market: The Motivations behind Excessive and Speculative Trading. : Netspar Discussion Paper DP 02/2018-018
  • R.H.G.M. Cox (2018). Sommige retailbeleggers lijken dwangmatig handelsgedrag te vertonen. Economisch-Statistische Berichten.
  • R.H.G.M. Cox & J.C.C. Cloe-de Vos MSc (2017). Gedragseconomische aspecten bij de ontwikkeling, informatieverstrekking en distributie van financiële producten. Tijdschrift voor Compliance, 2017-3, 157-160. doi: https://denhollander.info/artikel/14367
  • R.H.G.M. Cox & P.C. de Goeij (2017). Gedragseffecten van investeringsreclames en de rol van de toezichthouder. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 102 (4746), 92-94.
  • R.H.G.M. Cox & P.C. de Goeij (2016). How Does Disclosure in Advertisements Affect Investor Behavior? (blog). Oxford Business Law Blog: University of Oxford. (available: 7 Sep 2016).
  • R.H.G.M. Cox (2013). Risicomanagement in de Nederlandse woningmarkt. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 98 (4674/4675), 769-771.
  • R.H.G.M. Cox (2013). Why mortgage lenders need better-educated borrowers. RSM Insight, 16 (4), 20-22.
  • R.H.G.M. Cox (2013). Rubriek promotie: samenvatting proefschrift. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 98 (4669), 596-596.
  • R.H.G.M. Cox & D.M. De Jong-Tennekes (2012). Hypotheek verzekeren of niet? Gedragseconomische factoren. In Real Estate Research Quarterly (pp. 6-13)
  • R.H.G.M. Cox, D. Brounen & P. Neuteboom (2011). Financiele onderlegdheid en hypotheekkeuze van huishoudens. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 96 (4614), 458-459.
  • P. Neuteboom, D. Brounen & R.H.G.M. Cox (2011). De meerwaarde van het eigenwoningbezit. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 95 (4597).
  • R.H.G.M. Cox (2010). Hypotheekregulering en de impact voor koopstarters. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 95 (4579), 685-686.

Side positions

  • Authority for the Financial Markets

    Senior Supervision Officer | Project Manager


Address

Visiting address

Office: Tinbergen Building H14-25
Burgemeester Oudlaan 50
3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738
3000 DR Rotterdam
Netherlands