CURRICULUM  VITA:  BRIAN  M  LUCEY   Version:  January  2014    

 

PERSONAL  DETAILS .................................................................................................... 1   ACADEMIC  CREDENTIALS ........................................................................................... 1   PROFESSIONAL  WORK  EXPERIENCE ......................................................................... 1   REFERENCES ................................................................................................................ 2   RESEARCH  PUBLICATIONS ......................................................................................... 3   JOURNAL  ARTICLES ................................................................................................. 3   BOOKS  AND  JOURNALS............................................................................................ 7   BOOK  CHAPTERS...................................................................................................... 7   PRESENTATIONS  AT  CONFERENCES ......................................................................... 9   MEDIA.......................................................................................................................... 14   TEACHING  EXPERIENCE............................................................................................ 14   GRADUATE  STUDENTS  &  POSTDOCTORAL  FELLOWSHIP  SUPERVISION ........... 15   CONFERENCE  ORGANISATION ................................................................................. 17   PROFESSIONAL  ACTIVITIES...................................................................................... 18   ADMINISTRATIVE  EXPERIENCE ............................................................................... 19   REFEREEING ............................................................................................................... 21   FUNDRAISING ............................................................................................................. 21   OTHER  INFORMATION .............................................................................................. 21    

  PERSONAL  DETAILS   Date  of  Birth:       Home  Address:     Home/Cell  Phone:   Office  Address:  

11-­‐September-­‐1964   184,  Sallins  Bridge,  Sallins,  Naas,  County  Kildare,  Ireland   +353-­‐45-­‐881280  /  +353-­‐87-­‐9739076   420,   School   of   Business   Studies,   Aras   an   Phairsaigh,   Trinity   College  –  Dublin,  Dublin  2,  Ireland   +353-­‐1-­‐6081552  /  +353-­‐1-­‐6799503   brianmlucey.wordpress.com  /  irishbusinessblog.com  

Office  Phone/Fax:   Personal  Website       ACADEMIC  CREDENTIALS   1985   BA  Economics  (First  Class),  Trinity  College  Dublin   1988   MA  European  Economic  Integration,  National  University  of  Ireland,  Dublin   2002 PhD  Finance,  Stirling  University,  Stirling,  Scotland:     Thesis  Title  “Calendar  Seasonality  in  the  Irish  Equity  Market  1988-­‐1998”   2003     Fellow,  Trinity  College  Dublin.         PROFESSIONAL  WORK  EXPERIENCE   1985-­‐1987     Administrative  Officer,  Planning  Division,  Department  of  Health,  Dublin  1,   Ireland   1987-­‐1991     Economist,   International   Division,   Financial   Services   Division,   Central   Bank  of  Ireland,  Dame  Street,  Dublin  2,  Ireland   1991-­‐2006     Lecturer  in  Finance,  School  of  Business,  Trinity  College  –  Dublin,  College   Green,  Dublin  2,  Ireland     2006-­‐2007   Senior   Lecturer   in   Finance,   School   of   Business,   Trinity   College   –   Dublin,   College  Green,  Dublin  2,  Ireland   2002-­‐   Research   Associate,   Institute   for   International   Integration   Studies,   Trinity   College,  Dublin   2007-­‐     Professor,   School   of   Business,   Trinity   College   –   Dublin,   College   Green,   Dublin  2,  Ireland     2009-­‐   International   Professor   of   Finance   (fractional   post),   Caledonian   Business   School,  Glasgow  Caledonian  University,  Cowcaddens  Road,  Glasgow,    G4   0BA,  Scotland   2013-­‐     Visiting   Professor,   (fractional   post)   Faculty   of   Economics   University of   Ljubljana    Kardeljeva  ploščad  17  1000  Ljubljana,  Slovenia,  EU   ,        

REFERENCES   References  may  be  sought  from  the  following.       • Professor   Carol   Alexander,   University   of   Sussex   Sussex   House   Brighton  BN1  9RH  United  Kingdom  [email protected]     • Professor   Jonathan   Batten,   Department   of   Finance  Hong   Kong   University   of   Science   and   Technology,  Clear   Water   Bay,   Kowloon,   Hong   Kong.   [email protected]     • Dr   Gerard   P   Dwyer,   John   E.   Walker   Department   of   Economics   College   of   Business   and   Behavioral   Sciences   Clemson   University   Clemson,   SC   29634-­‐1309   USA  [email protected]   • Professor  Elaine  Hutson,  Monash  University,  Faculty  of  Business  and  Economics,   Monash   University,   PO   Box   197,   Caulfield   East,   Vic.   3145,   Australia   ,   [email protected]   • Professor   Stuart   Hyde,   The   University   of   Manchester   Booth   Street   West   Manchester  M15  6PB,  UK,  [email protected]     • Dean   Colm   Kearney,   Dean   of   the   Faculty   of   Business   and   Economics,   ,   Faculty   of   Business   and   Economics,   Monash   University,   PO   Box   197,   Caulfield   East,   Vic.   3145,  Australia  [email protected]  /  [email protected]     • Professor   Frank   McGroarty,   Southampton   Management   School   University   of   Southampton   Highfield   Southampton   SO17   1BJ   United   Kingdom,   [email protected]        

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RESEARCH  PUBLICATIONS       JOURNAL  ARTICLES    

  1. Lucey,   Brian   M.   (1988),   'Efficiency   in   the   Forward   Exchange   Market:   An   Application  of  Cointegration',  Economic  and  Social  Review,  20  (1),  25-­‐36.   2. Lucey,   Brian   M.   (1989a),   'Efficiency   in   the   Forward   Exchange   Market:   An   Application   of   Co-­‐Integration:   Reply',   Economic   and   Social   Review,   20   (3),   286-­‐ 87.   3. Lucey,   Brian   M.   (1989b),   'The   Real   Wage   Gap   and   Its   Development   over   Time:   The  Irish  Experience  1960-­‐87:  A  Comment',  Economic  and  Social  Review,  21  (1),   103-­‐05.   4. Lucey,   Brian   M.   (1989c),   'Tests   for   the   Macroeconomic   Effects   of   Large-­‐Scale   Migration   Based   on   the   Irish   Experience,   1948-­‐87:   A   Comment',   Economic   and   Social  Review,  20  (3),  274-­‐77.   5. Lucey,   Brian   M.   (1993),   'Profits,   Efficiency   and   Irish   Banks',   Journal   of   the   Statistical  and  Social  Inquiry  Society  of  Ireland,  27  (1),  31-­‐73.   6. Lucey,   Brian   M.   and   Quinn,   Terence   P.   (1993),   'The   Ec   and   Bis   Risk   Weighted   Capital  Adequacy  Measures:  A  Critical  Analysis',  Irish  Business  and  Administrative   Research,  14  (2),  1.   7. Lucey,   Brian   M.   (1994),   'Some   Empirics   of   the   Iseq   Index',   Economic   and   Social   Review,  25  (2),  157-­‐77.   8. Lucey,  Brian  M.,  McCabe,  Patrick,  and  McHugh,  Gerard  (1995),  'An  Analysis  of  the   Investment   Appraisal   Practices   of   Irish   Companies',   Irish   Business   and   Administrative  Research,  16,  101.   9. Lucey,   Brian   M.   (1996a),   'Examining   the   Profit-­‐Efficiency   Relationship   in   Irish   Credit  Institutions',  Irish  Business  and  Administrative  Research,  17,  110.   10. Lucey,  Brian  M.  (1996b),  'All  About  Eva',  Irish  Banking  Review,    (Winter),  43-­‐52.   11. Lucey,   Brian   M.   (1998),   'Business   Student   Perceptions   of   Favourite   and   Effective   Instructors:   Do   They   Differ?'   Irish   Business   and   Administrative   Research,   19/20   (1),  90.   12. Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2000a),   'Anomalous   Daily   Seasonality   in   Ireland?'   Applied   Economics  Letters,  7  (10),  637-­‐40.   13. Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2000b),   'Friday   the   13th   and   the   Philosophical   Basis   of   Financial  Economics',  Journal  of  Economics  and  Finance,  24  (3),  294-­‐301.   14. Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2001a),   'Preholiday   Calendar   Regularities   in   Ireland',   Atlantic   Economic  Journal,  29  (4),  472.   15. Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2001b),   'Friday   the   13th:   International   Evidence',   Applied   Economics  Letters,  8  (9),  577-­‐79.   16. Lucey,   Brian   M.   and   Whelan,   Shane   (2002),   'A   Promising   Timing   Strategy   in   Equity  Markets:  Ireland  1934-­‐2000',  Journal  of  the  Statistical  and  Social  Inquiry   Society  of  Ireland,  31,  74-­‐110.   17. Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2002),   'Market   Direction   and   Moment   Seasonality:   Evidence   from  Irish  Equities',  Applied  Economics  Letters,  9  (10),  657-­‐64.   18. Barrett,   Alan   and   Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2003),   'An   Analysis   of   the   Journal   Article   Output  of  Irish-­‐Based  Economists,  1970  to  2001',  Economic  and  Social  Review,  34   (2),  109-­‐43.   19. Kearney,   Colm   and   Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2004),   'International   Equity   Market   Integration:   Theory,   Evidence   and   Implications',   International   Review   of   Financial  Analysis,  13  (5),  571-­‐83.   20. Lucey,  Brian  M.  (2004),  'Robust  Estimates  of  Daily  Seasonality  in  the  Irish  Equity   Market',  Applied  Financial  Economics,  14  (7),  517-­‐23.   21. Dowling,  Michael  and  Lucey,  Brian  M.  (2005),  'Weather,  Biorhythms,  Beliefs  and   Stock   Returns-­‐-­‐Some   Preliminary   Irish   Evidence',   International   Review   of   Financial  Analysis,  14  (3),  337-­‐55.  

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22. Lucey,  Brian  M.  and  Pardo,  Angel  (2005),  'Why  Investors  Should  Not  Be  Cautious   About   the   Academic   Approach   to   Testing   for   Stock   Market   Anomalies',   Applied   Financial  Economics,  15  (3),  165-­‐71.   23. Lucey,  Brian  M.  (2005a),  'Does  Volume  Provide  Information?  Evidence  from  the   Irish  Stock  Market',  Applied  Financial  Economics  Letters,  1  (2),  105-­‐09.   24. Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2005b),   'Are   Local   or   International   Influences   Responsible   for   the  Pre-­‐Holiday  Behaviour  of  Irish  Equities?'  Applied  Financial  Economics,  15  (6),   381-­‐89.   25. Lucey,   Brian   M.   and   Dowling,   Michael   (2005),   'The   Role   of   Feelings   in   Investor   Decision-­‐Making',  Journal  of  Economic  Surveys,  19  (2),  211-­‐37.   26. Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2005c),   'Speculation   or   Hedging   in   the   Irish   Stock   Exchange',   Applied  Financial  Economics  Letters,  1  (1),  9-­‐14.   27. Birg,   Grigory   and   Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2006),   'Integration   of   Smaller   European   Equity   Markets:   A   Time-­‐Varying   Integration   Score   Analysis',   Applied   Financial   Economics  Letters,  2  (6),  395-­‐400.   28. Kim   S,   Lucey   Brian   M   ,   Wu   E.     (2006)   Dynamics   of   Bond   Market   Integration   between   Established   and   Accession   European   Union   Countries.   Journal   of   International   Financial   Markets,   Institutions   and   Money     February   2006;16(1):41-­‐56.   29. Lucey,   Brian   M.,   Poti,   Valerio,   and   Tully,   Edel   (2006),   'International   Portfolio   Formation,  Skewness  and  the  Role  of  Gold',  Frontiers  in  Finance  and  Economics,  3   (1),  49-­‐68.   30. Lucey,   Brian   M.   and   Tully,   Edel   (2006a),   'Seasonality,   Risk   and   Return   in   Daily   Comex   Gold   and   Silver   Data   1982-­‐2002',   Applied   Financial   Economics,   16   (4),   319-­‐33.   31. Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2006),   'Investigating   the   Determinants   of   the   Wednesday   Seasonal  in  Irish  Equities',  Research  in  International  Business  and  Finance,  20  (1),   62-­‐76.   32. Lucey,   Brian   M.   and   Tully,   Edel   (2006b),   'The   Evolving   Relationship   between   Gold  and  Silver  1978-­‐2002:  Evidence  from  a  Dynamic  Cointegration  Analysis:  A   Note',  Applied  Financial  Economics  Letters,  2  (1),  47-­‐53.   33. Aggarwal,   Raj   and   Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2007),   'Psychological   Barriers   in   Gold   Prices?'  Review  of  Financial  Economics,  16  (2),  217-­‐30.   34. Coelho,   Ricardo,   et   al.   (2007),   'The   Evolution   of   Interdependence   in   World   Equity   Markets-­‐Evidence   from   Minimum   Spanning   Trees',   Physica   A:   Statistical   Mechanics  and  its  Applications,  376  (1-­‐2),  455-­‐66.   35. Fernandez,   Viviana   and   Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2007),   'Portfolio   Management   under   Sudden   Changes   in   Volatility   and   Heterogeneous   Investment   Horizons',   Physica   A:  Statistical  Mechanics  and  its  Applications,  375  (2),  612-­‐24.   36. Hope,   Edward   and   Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2007a),   'Daily   Seasonality   in   19th   Century   Stocks-­‐-­‐Some   Evidence   from   the   Dublin   Stock   Exchange',   Applied   Economics   Letters,  14  (4-­‐6),  277-­‐82.   37. Hope,   Edward   and   Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2007b),   'Daily   Seasonality   in   19th   Century   Stocks   -­‐   Some   Evidence   from   the   Dublin   Stock   Exchange',   Applied   Economics   Letters,  14  (4),  277-­‐82.   38. Jokipii,   Terhi   and   Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2007),   'Contagion   and   Interdependence:   Measuring  Cee  Banking  Sector  Co-­‐Movements',  Economic  Systems,  31  (1),  71-­‐96.   39. Lagoarde-­‐Segot,   Thomas   and   Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2007a),   'International   Portfolio   Diversification:  Is  There  a  Role  for  the  Middle  East  and  North  Africa?'  Journal  of   Multinational  Financial  Management,  17  (5),  401-­‐16.   40. Lagoarde-­‐Segot,   Thomas   and   Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2007b),   'Capital   Market   Integration  in  the  Middle  East  and  North  Africa',  Emerging  Markets  Finance  and   Trade,  43  (3),  34-­‐57.  

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41. Lucey,   Brian   M.   and   Delaney,   Liam   (2007),   'A   Psychological,   Attitudinal   and   Professional   Profile   of   Irish   Economists',   Journal   of   Socio-­‐Economics,   36   (6),   841-­‐ 55.   42. Tully,  Edel  and  Lucey,  Brian  M.  (2007),  'A  Power  Garch  Examination  of  the  Gold   Market',  Research  in  International  Business  and  Finance,  21  (2),  316-­‐25.   43. Barari,  Mahu,  Lucey,  Brian  M.,  and  Voronkova,  Svitlana  (2008),  'Reassessing  Co-­‐ Movements   among   G7   Equity   Markets:   Evidence   from   Ishares',  Applied   Financial   Economics,  18  (11),  863-­‐77.   44. Chelley-­‐Steeley,   Patricia   and   Lucey,   Brian   (2008),   'The   Microstructure   of   the   Irish  Stock  Market',  Multinational  Finance  Journal  12  (3/4),  279-­‐311.   45. Coelho,   Ricardo,   et   al.   (2008),   'A   Random-­‐Matrix-­‐Theory-­‐Based   Analysis   of   Stocks  of  Markets  from  Different  Countries',  Advances  in  Complex  Systems,  11  (5),   655-­‐68.   46. Dowling,   Michael   and   Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2008a),   'Robust   Global   Mood   Influences   in  Equity  Pricing',  Journal  of  Multinational  Financial  Management,  18  (2),  145-­‐64.   47. Dowling,   Michael   and   Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2008b),   'Mood   and   Uk   Equity   Pricing',   Applied  Financial  Economics  Letters,  4  (4),  233-­‐40.   48. Eastman,   Alex   and   Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2008),   'Skewness   and   Asymmetry   in   Futures   Returns  and  Volumes',  Applied  Financial  Economics,  18  (10),  777-­‐800.   49. Gilmore,  Claire  G.,  Lucey,  Brian  M.,  and  Boscia,  Marian  (2008a),  'An  Ever-­‐Closer   Union?   Examining   the   Evolution   of   Linkages   of   European   Equity   Markets   Via   Minimum   Spanning   Trees',   Physica   A:   Statistical   Mechanics   and   its   Applications,   387  (25),  6319-­‐29.   50. Gilmore,   Claire   G.,   Lucey,   Brian   M.,   and   McManus,   Ginette   M.   (2008b),   'The   Dynamics  of  Central  European  Equity  Market  Comovements',  Quarterly  Review  of   Economics  and  Finance,  48  (3),  605-­‐22.   51. Lagoarde-­‐Segot,   Thomas   and   Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2008),   'The   Capital   Markets   of   the   Middle   East   and   North   African   Region:   Situation   and   Characteristics',   Emerging   Markets  Finance  and  Trade,  44  (5),  68-­‐81.   52. Lagoarde-­‐Segot,   Thomas   and   Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2008),   'Efficiency   in   Emerging   Markets-­‐-­‐Evidence   from   the   Mena   Region',   Journal   of   International   Financial   Markets,  Institutions  and  Money,  18  (1),  94-­‐105.   53. Lucey,   Brian   M.   and   Voronkova,   Svitlana   (2008),   'Russian   Equity   Market   Linkages  before  and  after  the  1998  Crisis:  Evidence  from  Stochastic  and  Regime-­‐ Switching   Cointegration   Tests',   Journal   of   International   Money   and   Finance,   27   (8),  1303-­‐24.   54. Lucey,   Brian   M..   and   Zhao,   Shelly   (2008),   'Halloween   or   January?   Yet   Another   Puzzle',  International  Review  of  Financial  Analysis,  17  (5),  1055-­‐69.   55. Aggarwal,   Raj,   Lucey,   Brian   M.,   and   Mohanty,   Sunil   K.   (2009),   'The   Forward   Exchange   Rate   Bias   Puzzle   Is   Persistent:   Evidence   from   Stochastic   and   Nonparametric  Cointegration  Tests',  Financial  Review,  44  (4),  625-­‐45.   56. Baur,   Dirk   G.   and   Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2009),   'Flights   and   Contagion-­‐an   Empirical   Analysis  of  Stock-­‐Bond  Correlations',  Journal  of  Financial  Stability,  5  (4),  339-­‐52.   57. Lagoarde-­‐Segot,   Thomas   and   Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2009),   'Shift-­‐Contagion   Vulnerability  in  the  Mena  Stock  Markets',  World  Economy,  32  (10),  1478-­‐97.   58. Batten,   Jonathan   and   Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2010),   'Volatility   in   the   Gold   Futures   Market',  Applied  Economics  Letters,  17  (2),  187-­‐90.   59. Batten,  Jonathan,  Ciner,  Cetin,  and  Lucey,  Brian  M.  (2010),  'The  Macroeconomic   Determinants  of  Volatility  in  Precious  Metals  Markets',  Resources  Policy,  35  (2),   65-­‐71.   60. Baur,  Dirk  G.  and  Lucey,  Brian  M.  (2010),  'Is  Gold  a  Hedge  or  a  Safe  Haven?  An   Analysis  of  Stocks,  Bonds  and  Gold',  Financial  Review,  45  (2),  217-­‐29.   61. Lucey,   Brian   M.   and   Zhang,   Qiyu   (2010),   'Does   Cultural   Distance   Matter   in   International   Stock   Market   Comovement?   Evidence   from   Emerging   Economies   around  the  World',  Emerging  Markets  Review,  11  (1),  62-­‐78.  

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62. Lucey,   Brian   M.   and   Sevic,   Alexandr   (2010),   'Investigating   the   Determinants   of   Banking   Coexceedances   in   Europe   in   the   Summer   of   2008',   Journal   of   International  Financial  Markets,  Institutions  and  Money,  20  (3),  275-­‐83.   63. Lucey,   Brian   M.   (2010),   'Lunar   Seasonality   in   Precious   Metal   Returns?'   Applied   Economics  Letters,  17  (9),  835-­‐38.   64. Lucey,  Brian  M.,  Aggarwal,  Raj,  and  Muckley,  Cal  B.  (2010),  'Dynamics  of  Equity   Market   Integration   in   Europe:   Impact   of   Political   Economy   Events',   Journal   of   Common  Market  Studies,  48  (3),  641-­‐60.   65. Gilmore,   C.   G.,   Lucey,   Brian.   M.,   &   Boscia,   M.   W.   (2010).   “Comovements   in   government   bond   markets:   A   minimum   spanning   tree   analysis”     Physica   A:   Statistical  Mechanics  and  its  Applications,  389(21),  4875-­‐4886.       66. MacAnBhaird,  C.,  &  Lucey,  B.  (2010).  “Determinants  Of  Capital  Structure  In  Irish   SMEs.”  Small  Business  Economics,  35(3),  357-­‐375.       67. Lucey,   B.   M.,   &   Muckley,   C.   (2011).   Robust   global   stock   market   interdependencies.  International  Review  of  Financial  Analysis,  20(4),  215-­‐224   68.  Lucey,   B.   M.,   &   Zhang,   Q.   (2011).   Financial   integration   and   emerging   markets   capital  structure.  Journal  of  Banking  and  Finance,  35(5),  1228-­‐1238.         69. Gurdgiv,  C.,  Lucey,  B.  M.,  MacAnBhaird,  C.,  and  Roche-­‐Kelly,  L.,  (2011)  “The  Irish   economy   Three   strikes   and   you’re   Out?”   Panoeconomicus,   (formerly   World   Development)  58(1)  19-­‐41   70. Claus,   E.,   &   Lucey,   B.   M.   (2011).   Equity   market   integration   in   the   Asia   pacific   region:   Evidence   from   discount   factors.   Research   in   International   Business   and   Finance,  26(2),  137-­‐163   71. Lucey,  B.  M.,  &  Carron,  B.  (2011).  The  effect  of  gender  on  stock  price  reaction  to   the   appointment   of   directors:   The   case   of   the   FTSE   100.   Applied   Economics   Letters,  18(13),  1225-­‐1229.       72.  Mac   an   Bhaird,   C.,   &   Lucey,   B.   (2011).   An   empirical   investigation   of   the   financial   growth   lifecycle.   Journal   of   Small   Business   and   Enterprise   Development,   18(4),   715-­‐731.         73. Aggarwal,   R.,   Kearney,   C.,   &   Lucey,   B.   (2012).   Gravity   and   culture   in   foreign   portfolio  investment.  Journal  of  Banking  and  Finance,  36(2),  525-­‐538.       74. Dowling,   M   ,   Plaksina,   Y   and   Lucey   B   (2012)   “CEO   Social   Status   and   Acquisitiveness”  Qualitative  Research  in  Financial  Markets  ,  5(2)  161-­‐77     75. Batten,   J.,   Ciner,   C.,   B   Lucey   and   P   Szigali     (2013)   “Structure   in   the   gold-­‐silver   spread”  Quantitative  Finance,  13(4),  561-­‐70   76. Lucey,   B,   C   Larkin   and   M   Mulholland   (2013)   “Risk   tolerance   and   demographic   characteristics:  Preliminary  Irish  Evidence”  Financial  Services  Review,  22(1)  77-­‐ 91   77. Lucey,   B.   Larkin,   C.   and   O’Connor,   F   (2013)   “London   or   New   York   :   Where   and   When  does  the  gold  price  originate?”  Applied  Economic  Letters,  20(8)  813-­‐17   78.  Ciner,   C,   Gurdgiev,   C   and   B   Lucey   (2013)   “Hedges   and   Safe   Havens:   An   Examination   of   Stocks,   Bonds,   Gold,   Oil   and   Exchange   Rates”  International  Review  of  Financial  Analysis  29  ,  pp.  202-­‐211   79. Handley,  D  and  B  Lucey  (2013)  “Time  Varying  herding  in  European  financial  and   banking  stocks:  2001  -­‐2011″  Journal  of  Behavioural  Finance  (forthcoming)   80. You,   L.   Lucey,B.,   and     Yan   Shu,   (2013)   An   empirical   study   of   multiple   direct   international  listings,  Global  Finance  Journal  ,    Global  Finance  Journal,  24  (1),  pp.   69-­‐84.   81.  Loring,   G.,   Lucey,   B.   (2013)   “An   analysis   of   forward   exchange   rate   biasedness   across   developed   and   developing   country   currencies:   Do   observed   patterns   persist  out  of  sample?”    Emerging  Markets  Review,  17,  pp.  14-­‐28   82. B  Lucey,  Nejadmalayeri,  Ali  and  Manohar  Singh  (2013)  “Do  U.S.  Macroeconomic   Surprises   Influence   Equity   Returns?   An   Exploratory   Analysis   of   Developed   Economies  ”  Quarterly  Review  of  Economics  and  Finance  53(4),  476-­‐85    

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83. O’Connor,   F   and   B   Lucey   (2014)   “Is   there   a   bubble   in   Gold?   Evidence   from   Markov  Switching  tests”  Borsa  Istanbul  Review  (forthcoming)   84. MacAnBhaird,  Ciaran  and    B  Lucey  (2014)  “Culture’s  Influences:  An  investigation   of   inter-­‐country   differences   in   capital   structure”  Borsa   Istanbul   Review   (forthcoming)   85. Dowling,   M   and   B   Lucey   (2014)   “From   Hubris   to   Nemesis:   Irish   Banks,   Behavioral   Biases,   and   the   Crisis”   Journal   of   Risk   Management   in   Financial   Institutions  (forthcoming)     86.  Lucey,   Brian   M.,    O’Connor,   Fergal   A.   and   Larkin,   Charles   James,   (2014)   ”   Gold   Markets  Around  the  World  –  Who  Spills  Over  What,  to  Whom,  When?  ‘  Applied   Economic  Letters  (forthcoming)          

  BOOK  CHAPTERS   1. Lucey,   B   and   S   Voronkova   (2006)   The   Relations   Between   Emerging   European   And  Developed  Stock  Markets  Before  And  After  The  Russian  Crisis  Of  1997-­‐1998.   In:  Jonathan  A.  Batten  and  Colm  Kearney,  Editors,  International  Finance  Review,   JAI,  Volume  6,  Pages  383-­‐413.       2. B   Lucey   and   S   Voronkova   (2006)   The   Financial   Instrumentalisation   of   Debt   In   Gurdgiev,  C  (ed)  2006  Innovative  Solutions  to  the  Debt  Crisis,  Liffey  Press   3. M  Dowling  and  B  Lucey  (2010)  Chapter  16  –  Other  Emotional  Biases,  In  Baker,  H   Kent  and  J  Wurgler,  editors,  Handbook  of  Behavioural  Finance,  Elsevier,  2010   4. M   Dowling   and   B   Lucey   (2010)   Emerging   Markets   Finance   and   National   Culture,   In  M  Arouri  S  Boubaker  &D  Khuong  Nguyen  Editors  Emerging  Markets  and  the   Global  Economy:  A  Handbook,  Elsevier,  2014   5. R   Aggarwal,   F   O’Connor   and   B   Lucey   (2015)   Metal   Futures   Markets   in   H   Kent   Baker  ed  Handbook  of  Futures  Markets,  Elsevier       BOOKS  AND  JOURNALS   1. Lucey,  B  ,  C  Gurdgiev  and  C  Larkin    (eds)    (2011)  What  if  Ireland  Defaults?  Orpen   Press     2. Lucey,  B,  B  Megginson  and  S  Smart  (2008)   An  Introduction  to  Corporate  Finance   in  the  European  Context;  London  ,  Thomson  Southwestern  Educational  800pp  +   Instructors  Manual,  Testbank,  PowerPoint  and  Excel  Spreadsheets.   3. Lucey,   B   (2012)   Journal   of   Banking   and   Finance:   Editor   of   Special   Issue   “Convergence  or  Contagion”   4. Lucey,   B   (2012)   Journal   of   Banking   and   Finance:   Editor   of   Special   Issue   “After   the  Crisis…?”   5. Lucey,   B   (2012)   Journal   of   Banking   and   Finance:   Editor   of   Special   Issue   “Integration  and  the  crisis-­‐  feedbacks  and  loops”   6. Lucey,   B   (2011)   Journal   of   Banking   and   Finance:   Editor   of   Special   Issue   “Financial  Integration  or  not?”   7. Lucey,  B  (2010)  Journal  of  Banking  and  Finance:  Editor  of  Special  Issue  “Credit   Market  Integration:  After  the  Storm?”   8. Lucey,   B   (2009)   Journal   of   Banking   and   Finance:   Editor   of   Special   Issue   “Financial  Integration  and  Credit  markets”   9. Lucey,  B  (2008)  Journal  of  Multinational  Financial  Management:  Editor  of  Special   issue  “Portfolio  Management  and  Performance  in  the  new  millennium”   10. Lucey,  B  (2007)  Journal  of  Multinational  Financial  Management:  Editor  of  Special   issue  “Measuring  and  Managing  Contagion”   11. Flavin,  T  ,  B  Lucey  and  S  Voronkova  (2006)  Quarterly  Review  of  Economics  and   Finance    :  Editor  of  Special  Issue  ‘Real  Determinants  of  Financial  Integration  “  

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12. B   Lucey   and     J   Steeley   (2005)   Journal   of   International   Financial   Markets,   Institutions   and   Money   :Editor   of   Special   Issue   ‘International   Bond   Market   Integration”       13. C   Kearney   and   B   Lucey   (2004)   International   Review   of   Financial   Analysis   :   Editor  of  Special  Issue  ‘International  Equity  Market  Integration’       14. Lucey,   B.   (1997).   Financial   Management:   An   Introduction   in   the   Irish   Context.   Dublin,  Folens.330  pp  +  Students  Workbook  to  Accompany          

 

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   PRESENTATIONS  AT  CONFERENCES   1 Annual  Policy  Conference  of  the  Dublin  Economics  Workshop,  Kenmare.1991     a. Lucey,  B.    A  Comment  on  Long-­‐term  Health  Funding  In  Ireland.     2 Irish  Economic  Association  Annual  Meeting  ,  Kilkenny  1991   a. Lucey,  B.  Hospital  Output  Efficiency  -­‐  Some  Preliminary  Analyses.     3 Dublin  Economics  Workshop,  Dublin  1992     a.  Lucey,  B.    Fair  Deposit  Insurance  Premia  for  Irish  Banks..   4 Irish  Economic  Association  Annual  Meeting  ,  Carrickmacross  1994     a. .Lucey,  B.  Examining  the  Relationship  between  Profit  and  Efficiency  in  Irish   Credit  Institutions.     5 International   Conference   on   Professions   and   Management,   Stirling,   Scotland   1995   a. Lucey,   B.   And   M.   Keating   Turnover   in   a   Major   Policy   Making   Organization   -­‐  The  Case  of  the  Central  Bank  of  Ireland..   6 Missouri  Valley  Economics  Association  Annual  Meeting,  Kansas  City,  MO.  1995   a. Lucey,   B.   The   Relationship   between   Profit   and   Efficiency   in   Irish   Credit   Institutions.     7 Irish  Economic  Association  Annual  Meeting  Ballyconnell    1995   a. Lucey,   B.   The   Econometrics   of   Captain   Boyle,   or   Sean   O’Casey’s   Stock   market:  an  Application  of  chaotic  Models  to  Irish  Data..   8 Midwest  Finance  Association  Annual  Meeting  ,  Kansas  City,  MO    1997     a. Lucey,  B.    Distributional  Aspects  of  Irish  Financial  Ratios..   9 Irish  Economic  Association  Annual  Meeting,  Westport    1999   a. Lucey,  B.  Fractionally  Integrated  Dynamics  of  Irish  Stock  Returns..   10 Midwest  Finance  Association  Annual  Meeting,  Chicago,  IL.  2000   a. Lucey,  B.  Anomalous  Daily  Seasonality  in  Irish  Stock  Returns.     b. Lucey,  B.    Examining  the  Relationship  between  New  Financial  Metrics  and   Stock  Returns:  The  Irish  Case.     11 European  Financial  Management  Association,  Lugano,  Switzerland  2001   a. Lucey,   B     Daily   Seasonality   in   the   Irish   Stock   Market:   A   Robust   Investigation     12 Midwest  Finance  Association  Annual  Meeting,  Cleveland,  OH.  2001   a. Lucey,   B.     A   Robust   Analysis   of   the   Daily   Seasonal   In   the   Irish   Equity   Market.   13 8th  Annual  Conference  of  EDINEB,  Nice,  France  2001  .     a. Lucey,  B.  &  M.  Fellenz    A  Peer  Evaluation  Protocol  for  Business  Students   b. Lucey,  B.,  G.  McHugh,  Et  Al.  Less  Is  More:  From  Mass  Broadcast  To  Small   Group  Teaching  In  The  Introductory  Business  Course..   14 Irish  Economic  Association  Annual  Meeting,  Mullingar.  2002   a. Lucey,   B.   &   A   Barrett   An   Analysis   Of   The   Journal   Article   Output   of   Irish   Based  Economists  1970-­‐2001.     15 Midwest  Finance  Association  Annual  Meeting,  Chicago,  IL  2002     a. Lucey,   B   and   S   Whelan.   Monthly   and   Semi   Annual   Seasonality   in   Irish   Stocks.     b. Lucey,   B,   G   Pettengill   and   A   Gleason     Instructor   Attributes,   Popularity   and   Effectiveness:  Preliminary  International  Results.     c. Lucey,  B.  &  M  Dowling  Investor  Mood  and  Stock  Returns.   16 Midwest  Finance  Association  Annual  Meeting,  St  Louis,  MO.2003     a. Aggarwal,   R,   B   Lucey   and   C   Muckley     “Time   Varying   Equity   Market   Integration  in  Europe”   17 Eastern  Finance  Association  Annual  Meeting,  Orlando,  FL.2003   a. Aggarwal,   R,   B   Lucey   and   C   Muckley     “Time   Varying   Equity   Market   Integration  in  Europe”  

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54 INFINITI  Conference      Dublin,  June  2009   a. Reilly,  S  and  B  Lucey  “Aggregate  Merger  Levels  –  An  explained  Markov   Switching  Process?”   b. Aggarwal,  R,  C  Kearney  and  B  Lucey  “FPI  –  a  gravity  perspective”   c. Batten,j,  C  Ciner  and  B  Lucey    “Macroeconomic  influences  on  precious   metal  volatility”   55 Midwest  Finance  Association      Las  Vegas,  NV,  February  2010   a. Reilly,  S  and  B  Lucey  “Aggregate  Merger  Levels  –  An  explained  Markov   Switching  Process?”   b. Perez-­‐Alzueta,   S   and   B   Lucey   “The   Stability   of   a   takeover   prediction   model?”   c. Zhang,   Q   and   B   Lucey   “Emerging   Markets   Capital   Structure   and   Financial  Integration”   56 INFINITI  Conference      Dublin,  June  2010   a. Reilly,  S  and  B  Lucey  “Aggregate  Merger  Levels  –  An  explained  Markov   Switching  Process?”   b. Aggarwal,  R,  C  Kearney  and  B  Lucey  “FPI  –  a  gravity  perspective”   c. Batten,j,  C  Ciner  and  B  Lucey    “Macroeconomic  influences  on  precious   metal  volatility”   57 Financial   Management   Association   Conference   ,   New   York   City,   New   York,   October  2010   a. Aggarwal,  R,  C  Kearney  and  B  Lucey  “FPI  –  a  gravity  perspective”   b. Muckley,   C   and   B   Lucey   “equity   market   integration   under   hertoskedastic  assumptions”   58 Midwest  Finance  Association      New  Orleans,  LA,  February  2012   a. B  Lucey  and  L  Devine  “is  wine  still  a  premier  cru  investment?”   59 INFINITI  Conference      Dublin,  June  2012   a. O’Connor,  F  and  B  Lucey  “Gold  Lease  Rates  and  Gold  Prices”   60 Ecobate  Conference        Winchester  March  2013   a. MacAnBhaird,  C  and  B  Lucey  “SME  finance  and  banking  structure”     61 Financial  Management  Association  Conference    Chicago  2013   a.  Goldstein,   M,   Muckley,   C,   Abhinav,   A,   and   B   Lucey   “The   global   demand  for  dividends”        

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MEDIA   From   August   2002   to   February   2003,   I   was   a   regular   commentator   on   Finance   and   Economics   on   NEWSTALK106.     Post   that   I   have   become   a   regular   commentator   on   national   and   international   radio   and   TV,   in   particular   in   relation   to   the   banking   crisis   and   in   relation   to   solutions   to   impaired   assets.   details   are   available   on   request.   My   work   has   also   been   mentioned   or   discussed   in   major   national   and   international   newspapers   including   Investors   Chronicle,   Bloomberg,   Wall   Street   Journal,   Financial   Times,   Economist,  Toronto  Sun,  the  Sunday  Times  and  all  major  Irish  newspapers.  From  August   2011  I  write  a  fortnightly  column  in  the  Irish  Examiner  (national  Irish  newspaper)       TEACHING  EXPERIENCE   I   have   taught   at   all   levels   from  undergraduate  to  executive.  My  most  frequently  taught   course   is   a   3rd   year   undergraduate   course   in   Corporate   Financial   Management   (44h).   I   have   also   regularly   taught   Corporate   Finance   at   MBA   level.   I   also   have   taught   Investments,   Derivatives   and   Real   Options   courses   at   MBA   level,   Introduction   to   Organisation   and   Management   at   undergraduate   level   and   Finance   Theory   at   undergraduate.         COURSE     LEVEL   NUMBER   &   TYPE   OF   CLASS     YEAR   (ENROLMENT)   st Introduction   To   1  year   8  lecture/tutorials  (20)     1999-­‐   Organization   And     Management   Financial  Management     2nd  year   24   lecture   course,   200   1991-­‐1995   students   Corporate   Financial   3rd  year   48h   lecture   course,   80   1996-­‐2005   Management     students   rd Applied  Finance     3  year   48h   lecture   course,   80-­‐120   2006-­‐   students   Finance     4th  year   48h   lecture   course,   50   1996   students   Research  Methods   4th  year   20h   lecture   course,   20   1996-­‐2000   students   Corporate  Finance  1     MBA   24h   lecture   course,   25-­‐35   1994-­‐1999   students   and   2002-­‐ 2006   Derivatives     MBA     24h   lecture   course,   30   1995   students   Integrative  Case   MSc   10h   supervisory   course,   12-­‐ 2005,   2007,   International   25  students   2009   Business   Investments   Senior   24h   lecture   course   (60   2008   Freshman   students)   Behavioral  Finance   MSc  Finance   24h   lecture   course   (60   2009-­‐   students)   Corporate  Finance   MSc  Finance   24h   lecture   course   (60   2009-­‐   students)   Portfolio  Management   Msc  Finance     24h   lecture   course   (60   2009-­‐   students)   Alternative  Investments   Msc  Finance   24h   lecture   course   (60   2011-­‐   students)      

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c.  Other  teaching  responsibilities  (external  examiner,  teaching  consultancies  etc)   § I  have  served  as  a  teaching  assessor  for  Central  Connecticut  State  University,   and   Creighton   University     tenure   review   committees.   This   involved   commenting  on  the  teaching  quality  and  instructional  mix  of  faculty  seeking   promotion  with  Tenure  to  Associate  Professor.     § I   also   act   as   an   external   assessor   for   University   of   Ulster   for   the   Faculty   of   Management,   as   part   of   their   reaccredidation   processes.   This   involves   reviewing  all  undergraduate  programmes  in  Business  and  Management  from   the   perspective   of   teaching   quality,   appropriateness   of   modules   offered,   course   regulations,   appropriateness   of   learning   objectives,   instruction   method   and   mix   and   course   sustainability.   The   review   consists   of   initial   evaluation   of   documentation,   site   visits   and   discussions   with   staff   and   a   final   agreed  report     § I   was   from   2008-­‐2010   Director   of   the   MSc   in   Finance   in   Trinity   College   Dublin,  a  course  which  I  designed  and  led  through  the  college  systems,  and   which  is  a  PRMIA  ,  CAIA  and  CFA  partner  programme.     § I  was  approached  by  Thomson  Southwestern,  the  largest  seller  of  academic   textbooks  in  finance,  to  take  on  the  European  adaptation  of  a  new  text  which   they   are   heavily   promoting.   I   see   this   as   teaching   as   it   is   intrinsic   to   the   communication   of   knowledge   and   the   dissemination   of   research   that   students  have  clear,  well  written  material.   § I   was   from   2008   to   2012   the   External   Examiner   for   microeconomics/macroeconomics/finance   course   in   University   College   Cork   at  undergraduate  and  masters  level   § From  2013-­‐  present  I  am  external  examiner  at  the  University  of  Sussex  for   Msc  Finance   § I   have   acted   as   external   examiner   for   PhD   at   U   Western   Sydney,   Deakin,   Sydney,   Aberdeen,   Heriot-­‐Watt,   Southampton,   Greenwich,   University   College   Cork  and  Dublin  City  Universities       GRADUATE  STUDENTS  &  POSTDOCTORAL  FELLOWSHIP  SUPERVISION        Graduate  Students  Completed   STUDENT    DATE  OF  AWARD   DEGREE   Thesis  Title     /  SUBMISSION   Edel   Tully   (presently   at   2006   PhD   Three  Essays  On  The  Gold  Market   UBS)   Michael   Dowling   2007   PhD   An   Analysis   Of   Mood   Proxies   And   (presently  at  DCU)   Their   Relationship   To   Equity   Returns   Thomas   Lagoarde-­‐Segot   2008   PhD   International   Financial   Integration   (presently   at   University   of   Of  The  MENA  Countries   Marseilles)     Alex   Eastman     (presently   2008   PhD   The   Interrelationship   Of   Volume-­‐ at  Dublin  City  University)     Volatility-­‐Skewness   On   Returns   In   Futures  Markets   Ciaran   Mac   An   Bhaird     2009   PhD   The   Determinants   Of   Capital   (presently   at   Dublin   City   Structure  In  Irish  SME’s     University)   Qi   Yu   Zhang   (presently   at   2011   PhD   The  Impact  Of  Financial  Integration   Lancaster)     On   Corporate   Balance   Sheets   In   Emerging  Markets   Julian   Perez   (presently   at   2011   PhD   Multinomial   Models   Of   Merger   O2  Business  Analytics)    

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Sarah   Reilly   (presently   at   2012   Davy  stockbrokers)   Deirdre   Reilly   2013   (Parttime)   (presently   at   Reilly  Property  Management)   Mairead  Devine   1996    

PhD  

Marian  Clarke    

1997    

M.  Litt.  

Louise  Turner    

2001    

M.  Litt.  

Target   Determination   In   G7   Countries   Markov  Models  Of  Merger  Waves  

PhD  

Essays   On   Property   Markets   And   Property  Finance  

M.  Litt.  

A   Macro   Econometric   Analysis   Of   The  Irish  Stock  Market   An   Exploratory   Study   Of   Capital   Investment   Appraisal   Practice   In   Irish  Companies.   An   Analysis   Of   The   Benefits   Of   Adopting   Economic   Value   Added   As   A  Corporate  Tool  

      Graduate  Students  Presently  Under  Supervision   STUDENT   DATE   DEGREE   Topic   EXPECTED   OF   SUBMISSION   ENTRY   DATE   Marco   Lazzarino   2009   PhD   Evaluating   The   Awaiting  Viva   (Parttime)   Appropriateness   Of   (presently   at   zurich   Statistical   Arbitrage   Models   Insurance)   For  Commodity  Markets   Fergus  O’Connor   2011   PhD   Gold   Lease   Rates,   Bubbles   October  2014   And  Forward  Rate  Premia   Sile  Li   2012   PhD   Essays   On   the   Safe   Haven   October  2015   Properties   of   Precious   Metals   Conor  Nevill   2013   PhD   Financial   Structure   Of   October  2016   Hightech  SME  Companies         Postdoctoral  Fellows  supervised   Name   DATES     TOPIC   Svitlana  Voronkova   2004-­‐5   International  Financial  Integration  and  CEE  markets   Dirk  Baur   2005-­‐7   Precious  Metals  and  International  Finance   Edda  Claus   2006-­‐7   International  Asset  pricing   Michael  Dowling   2007   Behaviour,  mood  and  asset  pricing                            

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      CONFERENCE  ORGANISATION  

  Action   2003-­‐present           Annual   INFINITI   Conference      

2005     12th   Global   Finance   Conference   –   Finance   In   A   Globalized   Environment,   TCD     (500  delegates)    

2005     Alternative   Perspectives   in   Finance   Conference,   Kilkenny,   Co  Kilkenny  (30  delegates)    

2002    Annual   Conference   Irish   Economic   Association,   Mullingar   Co  Westmeath  (150  delegates)     1995    Annual   Conference   Irish   Economic   Association,   Ballyconnell,   Co   Cavan   (100   delegates)  

Contribution   I   am   the   organizer   and   driving   force   behind   this   conference.   I   chair   the   (small)   conference   committee,   source   keynote   speakers,   determine   the   theme   of   the   conference,   liaise   with   the   conference   administration   on   finance,   accommodation   and   logistics,   and   determine   the   future   direction   of   the   conference.     I   have   grown   this   conference   over   the   years   to   the   extent   that   we   now   have   over   600   submissions   for   the   c120   paper  slots  per  annum.  Delegates  and  papers  come   from  literally  every  continent,  and  we  have  noticed   a   very   significant   increase   in   the   quality   of   both   the  papers  submitted  and  the  institutions  sending   delegates   and   presenters.   We   regularly   now   attract   tenured   ivy   league   faculty,   IMF/World   Bank/ECB   staff   as   well   as   top   ranked   UK   and   European   finance   academics.   Keynote   speakers   have   included   two   Nobel   laureates   in   Economics.   See  www.infiniticonference.com     As   part   of   a   small   (3   academics,   3   other)   programme   committee   was   responsible   for   the   largest   finance   conference   to   that   date   to   be   held   in   Europe.   In   particular,   I   was   responsible   for   liaison   with   the   keynote   speakers   from   sourcing   to   their   departure,   responsible   for   the   sourcing   of   promotional  material,  and  for  the  smooth  running   of   the   conference   (from   an   academic   perspective)   while   underway.   This   conference   was   exceptionally  wide  ranging  in  its  topics  and  was  a   superb  launching  pad  for  the  INFINITI  group.     I   was   the   organizer   and   driving   force   behind   this   conference.   I   chaired   the   (small)   conference   committee,  sourced  keynote  speakers,  determined   the   theme   of   the   conference,   liaised   with   the   conference   administration   on   finance,   accommodation  and  logistics,  and  am  in  discussion   with  a  publisher  regarding  an  edited  volume.     I   was   the   organizer   and   driving   force   behind   this   conference.   I   chaired   the   conference   committee,   sourced   keynote   speakers,   determined   the   theme   of   the   conference,   liaised   with   the   conference   administration   and   hotel   on   finance,   accommodation  and  logistics,  and  managed  on  the   ground   issues   for   the   conference.   The   2002   conference   remains   the   largest   that   the   IEA   has   run  in  its  history.    

   

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PROFESSIONAL  ACTIVITIES     Action   International   Review   of   Financial  Analysis  (Elsevier):   Editor,  August    2012  -­‐     Journal   of   Behavioral   and   Experimental   Finance   (Elsevier),  August  2013-­‐     Research   in   International   Business   and   Finance   (Elsevier):   Editor,   September   2010-­‐Jan  2013   Journal   of   Banking   and   Finance   (Elsevier):   Associate   editor  Jan  2012-­‐     Journal   of   Multinational   Financial   Management   (Elsevier):   Associate   editor   Jan  2006-­‐     The   Financial   Review   (Blackwell):   Associate   editor   January   2006-­‐   September   2010    Journal   of   Applied   Finance,   Financial   Management   Association,   Associate   editor   January  2007  –   Academic   Director:   Midwest   Finance   Association,   USA   2007-­‐2010  

Contribution   As   editor   I   have   complete   responsibility   for   the   maintenance  and  management  of  the  journal,  including   editorial  policy,  quality  control  and  orientation.   I  am  the  founding  editor  of  this  new  journal.     As   editor   I   had   complete   responsibility   for   the   maintenance  and  management  of  the  journal,  including   editorial  policy,  quality  control  and  orientation.   As  an  associate  editor,  I  source  high  quality  papers  for   the   journal,   review   and   recommend   papers   for   publication   or   otherwise,   liaise   with   other   board   members  regarding  promotion  of  the  journal  and  liaise   with   the   publisher   regarding   future   developments.     I   act  as  first  reviewer  for  papers  in  my  area.    

As  academic  director,  one  of  two,  I  act  as  the  key  liaison   between   academic   interests   and   the   association.   The   role   involves   ensuring   that   the   annual   conference   and   other   activities   reflect   best   practice   in   terms   of   the   academic  activities  undertaken.     As   a   committee   member   I   act   as   a   reviewer   of   papers   and   special   interest   events   proposals.   As   track   chair   for   MFA   Financial   Institutions   and   Microstructure,   (2005,   2006)   and   Financial   Institutions   EFA   2007,   I   am   responsible  for  selecting  papers  for  the  conference  and   for   best   paper   awards,   as   well   as   organizing   sessions   and  discussants.  

Conference   committee   member  and  Track  Chair;     Midwest   Finance   Association   (USA)   1994,1995,  1996,  1997,  1999,   2000,  2001,  2002,  2003,  2004,   2005,   2006   ,   2008,   2009,   2010,  2012   Eastern  Finance  Association   2005  and  2007   Southern   Finance   Association     2008   Conference   committee   As   a   committee   member   I   act   as   a   reviewer   of   papers   member   of   the   Financial   and  special  interest  events  proposals   Management   Association   (USA)  2004-­‐  

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Conference   committee   As   part   of   a   small   (3   academics,   3   other)   programme   member   of   the   Global   committee   was   responsible   for   the   largest   finance   Finance  Association  2005   conference   to   be   held   in   Europe.   In   particular,   I   was   responsible  for  liaison  with  the  keynote  speakers  from   sourcing   to   their   departure,   responsible   for   the   sourcing   of   promotional   material,   and   for   the   smooth   running   of   the   conference   (from   an   academic   perspective)  while  underway.     Committee   member   of   the   I   serve   on   the   committee   which   acts   as   a   review   for   the   Irish   Economic   Association,   IEA   annual   conference,   and   also   manages   this   2005-­‐2011   association,   which   represents   economists   from   academic,  government  and  private  sector  organizations   on   an   all-­‐island   basis.   The   main   activity   is   the   annual   conference.           ADMINISTRATIVE  EXPERIENCE   At  Departmental  Level     Action   Contribution   Degree   Year   Coordinator   This   involved   liaison   between   staff,   students   and   2003-­‐2007   administration   over   the   course   of   the   year   and   particularly   at   examination   time.   The   key   task   was   to   oversee   the   return   and   management  of  grades  to  the  faculty  and  university.  I  was  also   the   first   port   of   call   for   course   concerns   by   students   if   they   were   unable   to   achieve   satisfaction   with   a   query   from   the   lecturer.     Final   Year   Dissertation   I   was   responsible   for   growing   and   managing   the   number   of   Coordinator  1996-­‐2004   students   who   opted   to   take   the   dissertation   option.   This   also   involved   regular   consultation   with   all   students,   the   course   management   of   the   dissertations   including   examining,   and   the   fostering  of  a  research  culture  in  the  students.     Webmaster  1997-­‐2000   I   created   the   first   web   presence   for   the   school   and   managed   this  for  three  years  in  its  entirety   MBA   Committee   Member   I   served   on   the   MBA   committee   at   a   time   when   the   1998-­‐2001   management   was   in   flux,   in   a   particularly   fraught   situation   regarding  course  management  and  personnel  issues..     Director   of   the   MSc   in   The   MSc   in   Finance   was   proposed,   developed   and   initiated   by   Finance   me   over   the   last   number   of   years,   and   represents   a   new   departure  in  the  School’s  direction.  As  director  I  am  responsible   for   recruitment   of   students,   provision   of   and   hiring   of   administrative   staff   and   overall   academic   direction   of   the   Course.     At  College  Level         Member  of  Committee  on   Small   committee   tasked   with   providing   an   overview   and   high   College  Financial  Strategy   level  perspective  on  financial  strategy  to  the  colleges  executive   2009   officers  to  form  part  of  new  strategic  plan  

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Member   of   Executive   Committee,   Institute   for   International   Integration   Studies  2004-­‐8    

The   IIIS   is   the   flagship   Social   Science   and   Humanities   cross   disciplinary   locus   for   research   in   the   university.   The   executive   is  responsible,  with  the  director,  for  the  overall  direction  of  the   IIIS.  In  particular,  we  are  responsible  for  managing  the  financial   and  human  capital  of  the  institute,  to  ensure  that  it  is  directed   to   making   the   university   a   leading   educational   establishment.   As   a   member   of   the   executive,   my   task   is   to   encourage   membership   and   involvement   in   the   IIIS   and   to   promote   its   activities.     College   Tutor   1994-­‐   TCD   Tutors   act   as   both   academic   and   personal   guidance   and   present   mentor  roles.     Member   of   Financial   This   committee   oversees   student   emergency   financial   Assistance   Committee   assistance       2001-­‐  2007   Member  of  Personnel  and   This   is   a   high   level   committee   overseeing   all   aspects   of   the   Appointments  Committee   university  personnel  strategy   2003/4     Member   of   Graduate   As  a  member  of  the  committee  I  queried  course  proposals  and   Studies   Committee   all   changes   to   ensure   that   a   research   focus   and   ethos   was   in   2004/5   place.     Member   of   University   The   university   council   concerns   itself   primarily   with   issues   of   Council  2006-­‐2009   academic   quality   in   relation   to   the   management   of   the   university.  The  university  council  also  acts  as  an  interview  body   for  all  professorial  posts.     Member   of   Lecturer’s   This   was   a   formal   mechanism   by   which   the   lower   ranked   Forum  2002  –  2004   academic  staff  could  meet  and  discuss  matters  of  concern  with   the  senior  college  staff.     Honorary   Secretary,   The   Central   Fellowship   Committee   is   the   body   responsible   for   Central   Fellowship   assessing   applications   and   recommending   to   fellows   persons   to   Committee  2007-­‐  2011   be  elected  as  Fellows  of  the  College   Council   Representative,   The   committee   was   set   up   in   late   2007   to   make   Committee   on   College   recommendations   to   the   Board   and   Council   on   the   academic   Structure   and   administrative   governance   structure   of   the   college   in   the   revised  faculty  structure.     Member,   Honorary   This   committee   works   in   conjunction   with   the   Honorary   Fellowship  Committee   Degrees   Committee   to   select   and   analyze   claims   for   collegiate   honours.        

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REFEREEING     I  have  reviewed  for  a  large  number  of  journals  including     § British  Accounting  Review   § Economic  and  Social  Review   § Economic  Systems   § Emerging  Markets,  Finance  and  Trade   § Emerging  Markets  Review   § Financial  Review   § Global  Finance  Journal   § International  Review  of  Financial  Analysis   § Irish  Banking  Review   § Journal  of  Business  Finance  and  Accounting   § Journal  of  Economics  and  Finance   § Journal  of  International  Business  Studies   § Journal  of  International  Financial  Markets    Institutions  and  Money   § Journal  of  International  Money  and  Finance   § Journal  of  the  Statistical  and  Social  Inquiry  Society  of  Ireland   § Neurocomputing   § Quarterly  Review  of  Economic  and  Finance   § Review  of  Financial  Economics   § Physica  A     FUNDRAISING   § Several   €2000   grants   from   Arts   and   Social   Sciences   Benefactions   Fund   of   TCD   for  research  projects   § €130,000   from   Institute   of   International   Integration   /   Higher   Education   Authority,  2004,  for  research  in  International  Financial  Integration   § €114,000   from   Institute   of   International   Integration   /   Higher   Education   Authority,  2006,  for  research  in  International  Financial  Integration   § Part   of   team   that   raised   €5m   for   TCD   Development   Chair   in   International   Business  2006   § €250,000   from   private   donor,   2006,   for   research   into   international   mergers   and   acquisitions   § €250,000  from  the  Irish  Research  Council  for  investigation  in  to  the  Innovation   and  Impactof  Irish  Higher  Education  2013   § One  of  three  PI’s  on  team  for  ESRC  (UK)  grant  of  £35,000  for  seminar  series  on   People  Risk  2013   § London   Bullion   Market   Association   Bursary   of   €15,000   pa   for   a   PhD   student,   ongoing.     § Grant   of   €200,000   from   Irish   Research   Council   for   examination   of   economic   impact  of  higher  education  innovation     OTHER  INFORMATION   I   have   a   strong   interest   in   history   alternative   history   and   science   fiction.   I   teach   adult   education   courses   on   The   First   World   War,   on   The   Second   World   War   and   on   Great   Commanders.    Other  interests  include  cinema  and  cooking.    

 

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