Andrew Marshall

Professor

Personal Statement

Andrew Marshall is a Professor of Finance. He joined the department in 1991 as a research assistant after a spell in industry with KPMG.

Research Interests

My research is focused on risk management, insider trading derivatives and international finance. 

I have published in many international journals including recently Journal of Economics and Business, Journal of Multinational Financial Management, European Financial Management, Journal of Corporate Finance and Journal of Business Finance and Accounting.

Teaching Interests

Teaching interests include risk management, derivatives, corporate finance and international finance.

I have taught accounting and finance extensively on overseas and domestic MSc and MBA programmes in Hong Kong, Singapore, Shanghai, Malaysia, Tanzania and Greece.

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  1. Do investors flip less in bookbuilding than in auction IPOs?

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  2. Cost of sovereign debt and foreign bias in bond allocations

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  3. Revisiting conditional accounting conservatism in state-controlled firms

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  1. Editorial board of Journal of International Money and Finance

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  2. Guest Editor, International Business Review Special Issue - Oct 2010

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