- Senior Lecturer (Accounting and Finance)
Stock Market Efficiency
Antonios has been a lecturer in Finance at the University of Glasgow since September 2004. Antonios holds a bachelors degree in Economics from the University of Crete, a masters degree in Finance from the University of Exeter and a PhD in Finance from the University of Stirling (in 2005).
Antonios’ research interest is in the general area of stock market efficiency, specifically whether investors can outperform the market. His PhD thesis was associated with the momentum effect indicating continuity in share prices; previous winner (and loser) performance companies tend to remain winners (and losers) over the following period.
Antonios has investigated the extent to which such a pattern in share prices is exploitable after adjusting for transaction costs. He is also interested in the area of long-term and short-term overreaction and in the field of index revision.
Antonios was awarded a research grant in 2009 of £600 from the Adam Smith Research Foundation Seedcorn Fund.
Current PhD students
Currently not accepting PhD students.
Abongeh Akumbom Tunyi
Thesis title: Mergers and Acquisitions
Scholarship: University of Glasgow Postgraduate Scholarship, Overseas Research Student Awards Scheme (ORSAS)
Co-supervisor: Professor Jo Danbolt
Co-supervisor: Professor Chris Veld
Azizah Abu Bakar
PhD topic: Behavioural finance.
Co-supervisor - Dr Evangelos Vagenas-Nanos