Dr Nikolaos Antonios Kalyvas is Lecturer of Finance within Southampton Business School at the University of Southampton. He is based in the Department of Banking and Finance and is a member of the Centre of Digital Finance.
- Bank risk and performance
- Bank loan contracting
- Real effects of the banking sector
- Institutional quality and corporate finance
Nikolaos’ current research projects relate to the interaction between public policy and regulation with bank performance and corporate finance outcomes.
Some of his projects include the impact of FDI in the banking sector, financial regulations and bank performance, and the determinants of bank loan contracting.
Current PhD Students
Nikolaos teaches on a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate modules, including:
MANG 3020 Futures and Options
MANG 6028 Corporate Finance
Nikolaos joined Southampton Business School as a Lecturer of Finance in April 2017. He previously held academic positions at the University of Greenwich (Lecturer of Finance) and at the University of Sussex (Fellow in Banking).
Nikolaos worked for the Financial Times in London, UK and Belfast, UK as well as for the Economic Development Agency of Crete (Greece). He holds an MSc in Developments Economics from the University of Reading, an MSc in International Banking from the University of Southampton and a BA in International Economics from the University of Reading.
Nikolaos completed his PhD in International Banking in 2015 at the University of Sussex. His thesis examined the impact of business regulation on the performance of the banking sector in the European Union.