My research interests relate to the pricing and arbitrage of accounting information and the extent to which inefficient expectations about accounting fundamentals may lead to stock return predictability. I am keen to conduct inter-disciplinary research in the intersection of accounting and finance and economics. I hold a PhD in finance and a MSc in marketing and financial services from the University of Exeter and a BSc in business from the University of Macedonia in Greece. Prior joining the University of Bristol, I was a fellow (post-doc) in accounting at the London School of Economics. I teach financial accounting.
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- Smart Networks for Sustainable Futures