Professor of Finance
Bradford University, Bradford University School of Management, UK
Prof. Mazouz holds a BSc in marketing from the University of Algeria, an MSc in international banking and finance from the University of Salford, and a PhD from the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology. He joined the School of Management in September 2007, following previous full-time academic appointments at Aston Business School and Portsmouth Business School. Prof. Mazouzs teaching interests include corporate finance, valuation of investments, international finance, derivatives and risk management.
The main research interests of Prof. Mazouz are in empirical corporate finance (e.g. initial public offerings), market efficiency (e.g. price reaction to shocks) and the interactions between derivatives and stock markets (e.g. the impact of option listing on the market quality of the underlying stocks). He has also been involved in several multi-disciplinary research projects, covering areas such as finance, accounting and corporate governance. He has published many articles in world leading academic journals including Journal of Banking and Finance, which is ranked as a 4* by some reputable institutions. He has been the lead researcher on most of his publications including his best published work.