Dr. Adam Zaremba
Teaching department :
Finance, Control and Law
Adam Zaremba has joined Montpellier Business School in 2020. He previously served as Associate Professor of Finance at University of Dubai (UAE) and Poznan University of Economics and Business (Poland). His research interests include asset pricing, investments, and financial markets. He graduated from the Poznan University of Economics and Business and has studied, participated in courses, and taught at various institutions around the world. He has worked as an economist, adviser, and portfolio manager for investment management companies. Adam has also written numerous research papers and several books on financial markets.
Selected Intellectual Contributions
Aharon D.Y., Demir E., Lau K.M. & Zaremba A. Forthcoming. Twitter-based uncertainty and cryptocurrency returns. Research in International Business and Finance. [DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ribaf.2021.101546]
Zaremba A., Bianchi R. & Mikutowski M. 2021. Long-run reversal in commodity returns: Insights from seven centuries of evidence. Journal of Banking and Finance, 133: 106238.
Rouatbi W., Demir E., Kizys R. & Zaremba A. 2021. Imminizing markets against the pandemic: COVID-19 Vaccinations and stock volatility around the world. International Review of Financial Analysis, 77: 101819.
Umutlu M., Bengitoz P. & Zaremba, A. Forthcoming. Decomposing the earnings-to-price ratio and the cross-section of international equity-index returns. Applied Economics.
Zaremba A., Kizys R., Aharon D.Y. & Umar Z. Forthcoming. Term spreads and the COVID-19 pandemic: Evidence from international sovereign bond markets. Finance Research Letters.
Umar Z., Yousaf I. & Zaremba A. 2021. Comovements between heavily shorted stocks during a market squeeze: lessons from the GameStop trading frenzy. Research in International Business and Finance, 58: 101453.
Cakici N. & Zaremba A. 2021. Liquidity and the cross-section of international stock returns. Journal of Banking and Finance, 127: 106123.
Cakici N. & Zaremba A. 2021. Who should be afraid of infections? Pandemic exposure and the cross-section of stock returns. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, 72: 101333.
Danisman G.O., Demir E. & Zaremba A. 2021. Financial resilience to the covid-19 pandemic: The role of banking market structure. Applied Economics, 53(39): 4481-4504.