Dr Panayiotis Papakyriakou is a Lecturer in Finance within the Business School at the University of Southampton.
His current research interests include topics in empirical corporate finance, empirical asset pricing, sentiment in financial markers and cryptocurrencies.
His work appears in international peer-reviewed journals such as the Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money, International Journal of Finance & Economics, European Journal of Finance and Economics Letters, among others
He is currently teaching the PG modules MANG6022 - Corporate Finance 1 and MANG6023 - Corporate Finance 2.
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- Empirical Asset Pricing
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Panayiotis’ current research consists of the following working papers:
- Michaelides, A., Milidonis, A., & Papakyriakou, P. (2022). Pension Underfunding and the Expected Return on Pension Assets: The Impact of the 2008 Financial Crisis .
- Papakyriakou, P. (2022). The impact of underfunded defined-benefit pension plans on firm profitability, growth and dividend policy.
- Kopita, A., Papakyriakou, P. (2022). Return and volatility spillovers between cryptocurrencies and graphics cards makers.
- Michaelides, A., Milidonis, A., Nishiotis, G., & Papakyriakou, P. (2021). The effect of scheduled nature of sovereign debt rating announcements on local stock market returns.
- Kallenos, T. L., Papakyriakou, P., Sakkas, A., & Taoushianis, Z. (2021). Financial firm bankruptcy announcements and flight to safety episodes.
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Panayiotis is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (UK) since 2018 and has several years of teaching experience at both postgraduate and undergraduate levels. Since 2016, he has taught the postgraduate modules Equity Markets, Corporate Finance 1 and Corporate Finance 2 at the University of Southampton. He taught the undergraduate module Corporate Financial Management at the University of Cyprus between 2013-2016.
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Panayiotis joined the Department of Banking and Finance at Southampton Business School in 2016. Prior to his appointment as a Lecturer in Finance, he studied the following:
University of Cyprus (2011-2016):
- PhD in Finance
Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine (2009-2010):
- MSc in Computing Science
London School of Economics and Political Science (2008-2009):
- MSc in Operational Research
University of Cyprus (2004-2008):
- BSc in Mathematics/Statistics
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