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Professor Daniel Ferreira

Professor of Finance
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Daniel Ferreira, Professor of Finance, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
ECGI Fellow (2012) : ECGI Research Associate (2004) :

Biography    
Daniel Ferreira (Ph. D. in Economics, U. of Chicago, 2002) is Professor of Finance at the London School of Economics and Director, Corporate Finance and Governance programme, Financial Markets Group (FMG).

His research focuses primarily on many theoretical and empirical issues related to corporate governance. In addition, his research interests span many fields, such as organizational economics and corporate finance. Some of his papers have been published or accepted for publication in the Journal of Finance, the Journal of Financial Economics, and the Review of Financial Studies, amongst others.

Research Interests
Applied microeconomics
Corporate governance
Empirical and theoretical corporate finance
Financial intermediation
Organisational economics
Personnel economics

ECGI Working Papers (Click title for more details)
Unfriendly Creditors: Debt Covenants and Board Independence ECGI Finance Working Paper 443/2014 October 2014
Corporate Investment and Changes in CEO Stock Option Grants ECGI Finance Working Paper 360/2013 June 2013
Shareholder Empowerment and Bank Bailouts ECGI Finance Working Paper 345/2013 February 2013
Boards of Banks ECGI Finance Working Paper 289/2010 August 2010
Incentives to Innovate and the Decision to Go Public or Private ECGI Finance Working Paper 279/2010 April 2010
Regulatory Pressure and Bank Directors' Incentives to Attend Board Meetings ECGI Finance Working Paper 203/2008 April 2008
One Share, One Vote: The Empirical Evidence ECGI Finance Working Paper 177/2007 May 2007
Unbundling Ownership and Control ECGI Finance Working Paper 172/2007 June 2007
Board Structure and Price Informativeness ECGI Finance Working Paper 160/2007 June 2007 Winner of the 2008 Egon Zehnder International Prize (Best paper on company boards and their role in corporate governance)
A Theory of Friendly Boards ECGI Finance Working Paper 100/2005 October 2005 Winner of the 2006 Egon Zehnder International Prize (Best paper on company boards and their role in corporate governance)
Women in the boardroomand their impact on governance and performance ECGI Finance Working Paper 057/2004 August 2004

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