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    Behavioural Finance (General),
    Stock Market Herding Behaviour,
    Corporate Governance Mechanisms,
    Modelling Stakeholder Relationships,
    Corporate Social Responsibility.

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    Personal profile


    Panagiotis Andrikopoulos is the Executive Director of the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity (CFCI) at Coventry Business School and a Professor of Finance. His teaching interests lie in the areas of behavioural finance, corporate finance, and investment analysis and portfolio management.

    He holds a PhD in Finance from the University of Portsmouth (2002) for studying the profitability of contrarian investments strategies in the UK setting. He carries out research in the areas of (i) corporate finance, (ii) corporate governance, and (iii) behavioural finance, subjects on which he has widely published in numerous academic journals of international standing, such as the Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Annals of Operations Research, British Accounting Review, Journal of BusinessFinance and AccountingEuropean Journal of FinanceAccounting Forum, etc.

    Panagiotis serves as a panel member of various editorial and scientific advisory boards including the British Accounting Review (Editorial Board Member); the Journal of Applied Accounting Research (Associate Editor); the BAFA's Financial Markets and Institutions Special Interest Group (Advisory Board Member); the Review of Behavioral Finance (Editorial Board Member); and the Global Labor Organisation (Fellow). He has also been a frequent contributor to a wide range of international conferences and research symposia across the UK and abroad.

    Panagiotis is a Senior Fellow of the Advance HE (SFHEA).

    Research Interests

    Behavioural Finance; Corporate Finance; Corporate Social Responsibility; Corporate Governance.

    Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

    In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

    • SDG 12 - Responsible Consumption and Production

    Education/Academic qualification

    Doctorate, An investigation of the value anomaly in the UK stock market 1987-2000, University of Portsmouth

    Award Date: 1 Jun 2002

    MSc, Financial Decision Analysis, University of Portsmouth

    Award Date: 3 Jul 1998

    External positions

    External Examiner, University of Stirling

    1 Sept 2021 → …

    External Examiner, Open University

    1 Jan 201931 Dec 2022

    External Examiner, Queen Mary University of London

    1 Sept 201631 Dec 2020

    External Examiner, University of Liverpool

    1 Sept 201531 Dec 2018

    External Examiner, London South Bank University

    1 Sept 201331 Aug 2015

    Extraordinary Associate Professor in Finance, North-West University

    Jul 2012Jun 2015

    External Examiner, University of Hertfordshire

    1 Sept 201131 Aug 2015

    Business School Affiliate (Economics), University of Glasgow

    1 Jun 2011 → …


    • HG Finance
    • Herding behaviour
    • Stakeholder Theory
    • Corporate Finance
    • Corporate Social Responsibility


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