LIOUI Abraham, PHD

Head of Faculty (Finance) - Director PhD in Finance Program - Professor

Speciality : Finance
Expertise : Portfolio and Asset Pricing Theory, Derivatives and Risk Management

EDHEC Business School
393/400 Promenade des Anglais - BP3116
06202 Nice cedex 3 - France
Tel.: + 33 (0)4 93 18 99 66
Fax : + 33 (0)4 93 83 08 10

Email : abraham.lioui@edhec-risk.com

Main academic publications

Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (2014), European Journal of Operational Research (2013 ; 2016), Journal of Macroeconomics (2012), Financial Analysts Journal (2011), Journal of Alternative Investments (2011), Finance (2010), Bankers, Markets & Investors (2010), Economics Letters (2007 ; 2008), Journal of Economics Dynamics and Controls (1998 ; 2001 ; 2003 ; 2007 ; 2013), Ecological Economics (2007), Journal of Future Markets (1997 ; 2000 ; 2001 ; 2003 ; 2006), Review of Derivatives Research (2005), Journal of Banking and Finance (1998 ; 2003 ; 2004), Journal of International Money and Finance (1999 ; 2002), Management Science (2000)

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Publications edhec

European Journal of Operational Research, Volume 254, Issue 1, 1 October 2016, Pages 320-337
Chapter : Corporate Social Responsibility and Macroeconomic Uncertainty. ACADEMIC PRESS
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Volume 49, Issue 2, April 2014, pp483-511.
Chapter: A Paradox of the Mean Variance Setting for the Long Term Investor. Ed. SPRINGER
Chapter: Regulation, Regulatory Uncertainty and the Stock Market: The Case of Short Sale Bans. Ed. ELSEVIER
Ed. OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
Chapter: Robust Consumption and Portfolio Rules when Asset Returns are Predictable. Ed. PALGRAVE MACMILLAN
Chapter : Risk management and portfolio optimization for volatile markets. Chapter : An empirical analysis of short-biased hedge fund's risk-...
There is considerable heterogeneity in market reaction to different dimensions of CSR. Not all dimensions...
We look at the impact of the ban on broad market indices in the US and in Europe (the United Kingdom, France...
We first show that monetary certainty is a sufficient condition for an interest rate smoothing rule to be...
According to recently published data (for the United States in particular), a large majority of short...
Relying on a general version of the standard Real Business Cycle model with cash and credit goods, we find that the factors determining the...