Montpellier Business School

Dr. Tsionas Mike

Tsionas Mike
Fonction Full professor
Research themes Econometrics, Applied Econometrics, Bayesian Technique in Time Series and Panel Data, Efficiency and Productivity and Banking Models
Teaching department Finance, Control and Law


Selected intellectual contributions

Tsionas M. G. Forthcoming. Random and Markov switching exponential smoothing models. Technological Forecasting & Social Change.

Tsionas M. G. & Tzeremesw N.. Forthcoming. The degree of internationalization and firm productivity: Empirical evidence from large multinationals. British Journal of Management.

Saeed M., Elnahass M., Izzeldin M. & Tsionas M. Forthcoming. Yield spread determinants of sukuk and conventional bonds. Economic Modelling.

Patel P. & Tsionas M. G. Forthcoming. Cultural interconnectedness in supply chain networks and change in performance: An internal efficiency perspective. International Journal of Production Economics.

Patel P. & Tsionas M.G. Forthcoming. Learning-by-lending and learning-by-repaying: A two-sided learning model for defaults on Small Business Administration loans. Managerial and Decision Economics.

Tsionas M.G. & Assaf A.G. Forthcoming. Addressing endogeneity: Some (mostly) harmless recommendations. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management.

Tran K. & Tsionas M.. Forthcoming. Efficient semiparametric copula estimation of regression models with endogeneity. Econometric Reviews.

Tsionas M.G. & Assaf A.G.. Forthcoming. ​Revenue functions for hotels within clusters International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management.

Tsionas M.G. & Assaf A.G. 2021. ​Revenue functions for hotels within clusters. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 98: 103016.

Tsionas, M. G. Forthcoming. Estimating monotone concave stochastic production frontiers. Journal of Business and Economic Statistics.

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