Dr Marco Guidi
- Lecturer (Accounting & Finance)
Established research track record with 8 published papers/chapters that have been published in journals of international excellence. Research in democratic corporate governance and in financial ethics. Developed with co-authors’ the ‘Moral Debt’ model based on option theory of the firm. Possess over 13 years of higher education teaching experience designing and developing various postgraduate, undergraduate and professional finance courses in international financial management, security analysis, corporate finance and corporate governance. PhD in asset pricing from the University of Strathclyde. Currently, convener for the Masters of Finance (MFin) degree, course coordinator for under- and post- graduate courses, college ethics committee member, and elected member of Senate.
Marco is a member of the Finance research cluster.
Areas of expertise:
- Corporate finance
- Financial ethics
- Corporate governance
- Risk and uncertainty
- Democratic industrial organisation
ICAS (2010) seed-corn funding: the democratic corporate governance system of Scott Bader Commonwealth.
Corporate Governance, Ethical Finance and Investment
Postgraduate courses: International Financial Management; International Corporate Governance & Accountability; and Issues in Accounting Research.
Undergraduate course: Finance 1; and International Financial Management.