Dr. Bennouri Moez
|Research themes||Initial public offerings, corporate governance, market microstructure|
|Teaching department||Finance, Control and Law|
Tel: +33 (0)4 67 10 28 50
Dr. Moez Bennouri, Associate professor in Finance, joined Montpellier Business School in June 2015. He is the director of MSc programs at Montpellier Business School since December 2019. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from Toulouse University. He has a teaching experience of more than fifteen years in several institutions (HEC Montréal, NEOMA Business School) where he taught courses in both financial markets and corporate finance areas for different degrees (Bachelor, Master, Ph.D. and Executive Education). Using different methodologies, his main research investigates the impact of information asymmetries on the strategic behavior of economic agents. This question is applied to several topics in finance and economics including the microstructure of financial markets, auction theory, initial public offerings, and more recently to corporate governance. His research is published in international journals such as the Review of Finance, Economic Theory or the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organizations.
Nekhili M., Bennouri M. & Nagati H. 2022. Do board gender quotas benefit minority shareholders? An illustration through related‐party transactions. British Journal of Management, 33(2): 724-752.
Bennouri M., De Amicis C. & Falconieri S. 2020. Welcome on board: A note on gender quotas regulation in Europe. Economics Letters, 190: 109055.
Bennouri M., Chtioui T., Nagati H. & Nekhili M. 2018. Female board directorship and firm performance: What really matters? Journal of Banking & Finance, 88: 267-291.
Attaoui S., Bennouri M. & Mejri I. 2017. Performances sensitive debt: A new mechanism. Finance, 38: 39-93
Bennouri M., Falconieri S. & Kooli M. 2017. Single versus multiple banking: lessons from initial public offerings. The European Journal of Finance, 23 (10): 841-858
Bennouri M., Nekhili M. & Touron P. 2015. Do auditor reputation ‘discourages’ related party transactions? The French case. Auditing: a Journal of Practice and Theory, 34: 1-32
Bennouri M. 2014. Trading mechanisms in financial markets: A comparison between Auction and Dealership Markets. In G. Dufrénot, F. Jawadi & W. Louhichi (Eds), Market Microstructure and Nonlinear Dynamics: 51-93. Heidelberg, Springer.
Bennouri M., Gimpel H. & Robert J. 2011. Measuring the impact of information aggregation mechanisms: an experimental investigation. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 78(3): 302-318.
Bennouri M., Clark R. & Robert J. 2011. Information provision in financial markets. Annals of Finance, 6(2): 255-286.
Finance Simulation, MSc in Finance, Montpellier Business School, 2017.
Advanced Corporate Finance, Master programme, NEOMA Business School, 2008-2014 (in French) and, MSc in Finance, Montpellier Business School, 2017.
Practical Portfolio management, MSc in Finance, NEOMA Business School, 2008-2012, Executive Master in Finance, ISCAE, Casablanca, Morocco, 2013-2016 and Master programme, Montpellier Business School, 2017. (French and English)
Foundations of Risk and Asset Pricing Theory, Master programme, Montpellier Business School, 2015-2016.
Fixed Income, Options, and Derivatives, Master programme, Montpellier Business School, 2015-2016.
Behavioral Finance, Ph.D. programme, HEC Montréal, 2002 – 2004 and MSc in Finance, NEOMA Business School, 2015. (French and English))
Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Executive Education, NEOMA Business School, 2012-2013. (French)
Social Responsible Investments, Master programme, NEOMA Business School, 2010. (French)
Portfolio Management, Master programme, NEOMA Business School, 2008-2014 and B. commerce, HEC Montréal, 2005 – 2007. (French and English)
Investments, B. Commerce, HEC Montréal, 2003 – 2007. (French)
International Financial Management, B. commerce, HEC Montréal, 2001 – 2003. (French)
Financial Markets microstructure, M.Sc. programme, HEC Montréal, 2004 and ESC Tunis (Tunisia, invited professor, 2005).