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Emilios Galariotis

Emilios Galariotis

Emilios Galariotis is a full professor of Finance at Audencia Business School (EQUIS, AMBA, AACSB), France where he is Associate Dean for Research. He is the president of the French Finance Association 2019-21. He sits on Boards of Directors and also holds Editorial Positions. He started his academic career at Durham University UK, where he was also the Director of the Finance Masters Programmes. Before that, he worked in the banking sector for a short period focusing on stock market and credit issues. He has taught in Europe and Asia and his research spans in different areas but mainly rest in the area of behavioural investments and efficiency. His most recent publication in 2021 are in the European Journal of Operational Research and the Journal of Banking & Finance, while his papers are forthcoming in the Journal of Business Ethics (FT-List) and others.<br><br>

Ph D - Doctor of Philosophy | Doctor of Philosophy in Financial Economics, Durham Business School

Other (e.g. Graduate in Psychology, Engineering...) | Postgraduate Certificate Learning & Teaching in Higher Education, taught part, Durham University

Other (e.g. Graduate in Psychology, Engineering...) | Master of Arts in Money Banking and Finance with distinction, Middlesex University Business School

Other (e.g. Graduate in Psychology, Engineering...) | Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and International Studies, Panteion University

Academic

Founding Director of the Centre for Financial and Risk Management (CFRM), Audencia Nantes School of Management, France (2010-)

Lecturer, ΕADA Busines School (2009-)

Associate professor of Finance, Audencia Nantes School of Management, France (2008-2010)

Lecturer, CUFE Central University for Finance & Economics (2008-2008)

Several postions: Lecturer and Finance Master Programme Director, Durham Business School, Durham University, UK (2000-2008)

Visiting Professor

, Hellenic American University, Athens, Greece (2007-)

, Central University of Finance and Economics, Beijing, China (2007-2008)

Professional

Management trainee ‘stock market’, Ergo Bank SA, Greece (1997-1997)

Chapters in Scholarly Book

GALARIOTIS, E. Wiley Encyclopaedia of Management. : John Wiley & Sons.

Journal Article, Scholarly

GALARIOTIS, E. , Gouyot, A. , Doumpos, M. , Zopounidis, C. (2016). A novel multi-attribute benchmarking approach for assessing the financial performance of local governments: empirical evidence from France". : European Journal of Operational Research.

GALARIOTIS, E. , Rong, W. , Spyrou, S. (2015). "Herding on fundamental information: a comparative study. : Journal of Banking and Finance.

GALARIOTIS, E. , Giouvris, E. (2015). "On the stock market liquidity and the business cycle: a multicountry approach". : International Review of Financial Analysis.

Zopounidis, C. , GALARIOTIS, E. , Doumpos, M. , Sarri, S. , Andriosopoulos, K. (2015). Multiple criteria decision aiding for financial decisions: an updated bibliographic survey. : European Journal of Operational Research.

GALARIOTIS, E. (2014). "Contrarian and momentum trading". : Review of behavioural finance.

Doumpos, M. , Zopounidis, C. , GALARIOTIS, E. (2014). "Inferring robust decision models in multicriteria classification problems: an experimental analysis". : European Journal of Operational Research.

GALARIOTIS, E. , Holmes, P. , Kallinterakis, V. , Ma, S. (2014). "Market states, expectations, sentiment and momentum: how naïve are investors?". : International review of financial analysis.

Assefa, T. , Esqueda, O. , GALARIOTIS, E. (2014). "Overrreaction evidence from large-cap stocks". : Review of accounting and finance.

Antoniou, C. , GALARIOTIS, E. , Read, D. (2014). Ambiguity Aversion, Company Size and the Pricing of Earning Forecasts. : European Financial Management.

GALARIOTIS, E. (2013). Mesdames et Messieurs, momentum performance is not so abnormal after all!. : Applied Economics.

Antoniou, C. , GALARIOTIS, E. , Read, D. Ambiguity Aversion and the Size Premium: Evidence from Analyst Earnings Forecasts. : European Financial Management.

GALARIOTIS, E. (2012). Momentum Investing Over the Past Twenty Years in France, its Persistence and the Effects of the Financial Crisis. : Bankers Markets & Investors.

GALARIOTIS, E. (2012). Recent evidence on the performance and riskiness of contrarian portfolios. : European Journal of Finance.

Badreddine, S. , GALARIOTIS, E. , Holmes, P. (2012). The relevance of information and trading costs in explaining momentum profits: Evidence from optioned and non-optioned stocks. : Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money.

GALARIOTIS, E. , Yusupov, N. , Villa, C. (2011). Recent advances in lending to the poor with asymmetric information. : Journal of Development Studies.

GALARIOTIS, E. (2010). What should investors know about the stability of momentum investing and its riskiness? The case of the Australian Security Exchange. : Pacific-Basin Finance Journal.

GALARIOTIS, E. , Giouvris, E. (2009). Systematic Liquidity and Excess Returns: Evidence from the London Stock Exchange. : Review of Accounting and Finance.

GALARIOTIS, E. , Spyrou, S. , Kassimatis, K. (2008). Short-term Patterns in Government Bond Returns Following Market Shocks: International Evidence. : International Review of Financial Analysis.

GALARIOTIS, E. , Giouvris, E. (2008). Systematic liquidity and excess returns: evidence from the Athens Stock Exchange. : Journal of Money, Investment and Banking.

GALARIOTIS, E. , Holmes, P. , Ma, S. (2007). Contrarian and momentum profitability revisited for the London Stock Exchange over 1964 to 2005. : Journal of Multinational Financial Management.

GALARIOTIS, E. , Giouvris, E. (2007). Liquidity commonality in the London Stock Exchange. : Journal of Business Finance and Accounting.

GALARIOTIS, E. , Spyrou, S. , Kassimatis, K. (2007). Short-term Overreaction, underreaction & efficient reaction: UK evidence. : Applied Financial Economics.

GALARIOTIS, E. , Antoniou, A. , Spyrou, S. (2006). Short-term contrarian strategies in the London Stock Exchange: Are they profitable? Which factors affect them?. : Journal of Business Finance and Accounting,.

GALARIOTIS, E. , Antoniou, A. , Spyrou, S. (2006). The effect of time-varying risk on the profitability of contrarian investment strategies in a thinly traded market: A Kalman filter approach. : Applied Financial Economics.

GALARIOTIS, E. , Antoniou, A. , Spyrou, S. (2005). Contrarian profits and the overreaction hypothesis: the case of the Athens Stock Exchange. : European Financial Managemen.

GALARIOTIS, E. (2004). Sources of contrarian profits and return predictability in emerging markets. : Applied Financial Economics.

GALARIOTIS, E. , Antoniou, A. , Spyrou, S. (2003). Profits from buying losers and selling winners in the London Stock Exchange. : Journal of Business and Economics Research.

Book, Scholarly

GALARIOTIS, E. , Zopounidis, C. (2015). "Quantitative financial risk management: theory and practice". : .

Journal Article, Non-Scholarly

GALARIOTIS, E. , Rong, W. , Spyrou, S. (2014). Trading in option contracts before large price changes: a comparative study of US and UK markets. : Journal of derivatives & hedge funds.

Chapters in Non-Scholarly Book

GALARIOTIS, E. (2014). Wiley encyclopedia of management edition 3. : .