Dr. Maria Iosifidi
Teaching department :
Finance, Control and Law
Tel: +33(0)4 67 10 60 51
Dr. Maria Iosifidi, Associate Professor of Financial Economics, joined Montpellier Business School in September 2017. She holds a PhD in Economics from Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece. Her research focuses on empirical banking and finance (bank-firm relationships; bank lending and institutions; financial intermediaries, corruption, and the shadow economy) and public finance and income distribution. Her research has been published in such journals as Operations Research, Journal of Banking and Finance, European Journal of Operational Research, Journal of Business Ethics, and Ecological Economics. Her teaching is in the field of Banking and Money and Business Economics.
Selected Intellectual Contributions
Delis M., Hasan I., Iosifidi M. & Ongena S., Forthcoming. Gender, credit, and firm outcomes. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis. [DOI: 10.2139/ssrn.3469613]
Delis M., Iosifidis M. & Tsionas E. 2020. Management estimation in banking. European Journal of Operational Research, 284(1): 355-372.
Delis M. & Iosifidi M. 2020. Environmentally aware households. Economic Modelling, 88: 263-279.
Delis M., Iosifidi M., Kokas S., Ongena S. & Xefteris D. 2020. Enforcement actions on banks and the structure of loan syndicates. Journal of Corporate Finance, 60.
Delis M., Hasan I., Iosifidi M. & Li. L. 2018. Accounting quality in banking: the role of regulatory interventions. Journal of Banking and Finance, 97: 297-317.
Delis M. & Iosifidi M. Forthcoming. On the effect of business and economic university education on political ideology: Empirical evidence. Journal of Business Ethics, 155(2019): 809-822.
Delis M., Iosifidi M. & Tsionas M. 2017. Endogenous bank risk and efficiency. European Journal of Operational Research, 260: 376-387.
Iosifidi M. & Mylonidis N. 2017. Relative effective taxation and income inequality: Evidence from OECD countries. Journal of European Social Policy, 27: 57–76.
Iosifidi M. 2016. Environmental awareness, consumption, and labor supply: Empirical evidence from household survey data. Ecological Economics, 129: 1-11.
Iosifidi M. & Kokas S. 2015. Who lends to risker and lower profitability firms? Evidence from the syndicated loan market. Journal of Banking and Finance, 61: S14-S21.
Business Economics, Surrey Business School, undergraduate program
Banking and Money, Surrey Business School, MSc programStata applications, Surry Business School, PhD program