Financial Markets and Institutions Special Interest Group
Welcome to the Financial Markets and Institutions Special Interest Group web-pages.
Established in 2007, the Financial Markets and Institutions Special Interest Group provides a forum for established and emerging academics interested in financial markets and financial institutions.
The Financial Markets and Institutions Special Interest Group aims to:
- Encourage research and scholarship in Financial Markets and Institutions and cognate fields of inquiry.
- Provide a forum for established academics to meet and exchange ideas.
- Provide support for PhD students in Financial Markets and Institutions.
- Develop close links with professional and industry bodies relevant to FM&I SIG membership to inform and advance policy.
- Organise workshops and activities supporting the aims of the FM&I SIG.
- Develop and maintain relationships with the British Accounting and Finance Association.
The Special Interest Group highly values links with apposite professional and regulatory bodies.
Chair: John K Ashton (Bangor University)
Treasurer: Robert Hudson (University of Hull)
Secretary: Mark Rhodes (Leeds Beckett University)
- Mike Adams (University of Bath)
- Panos Andrikopoulos (Coventry University)
- Owain ap Gwlym (Bangor University)
- Seth Armitage (University of Edinburgh)
- Charlie Cai (Liverpool University)
- Barbara Casu (Cass Business School)
- James Devlin (University of Leicester)
- Meryem Duygun (Nottingham University)
- Claudia Girardone (Essex University)
- Andros Gregoriou (Brighton University)
- Steven Haberman(Cass Business School)
- Stuart Hyde (University of Manchester)
- Andreas Hoepner (University College Dublin)
- Alper Kara (Huddersfield University)
- Jason Laws (Liverpool University)
- Hong Liu (University of Aberdeen)
- Donal McKillop(Queens University Belfast)
- David McMillan (Stirling University)
- Phil Molyneux (University of Sharja)
- Patrick Ring (Glasgow Caledonian University)
- Radha Shiwakoti (Brunel University)
- Sotiris Staikouras (Cass Business School)
- Andrew Urquhart (Henley Business School)
- Francesco Vallascas (Leeds University)
- Andrew Vivian (Loughborough University)
- Damian Ward (University of Hertfordshire)
- Robert Webb (Nottingham University)
- John O.S. Wilson (University of St Andrews)
- Simon Wolfe (Southampton University)