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Professor Christopher Green BA, BPhil (Oxford), MSc, MPhil, PhD (Yale)

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Professor of Economics and Finance

Deputy Director of Research

Portfolio analysis; financial markets and company finance in industrial and developing countries

Module Organiser:
ECA001 : Principles of Macroeconomics (Semester 2) 
ECB004 : Introduction to Finance (Semester 1)
ECB036 : Macroeconomics (Semester 2) 
ECP255 : Corporate Finance (Semester 2)

Research Interests:
Portfolio analysis, financial markets and company finance in industrial and  developing countries

Key Publications:
Green, C.J., Maggioni, P. and Murinde, V., 2000. Regulatory Lessons for Emerging Stock Markets from a Century of Evidence on Transactions Costs and Share Price Volatility in the London Stock Exchange. Journal of Banking and Finance, 24, 577-601.  ISSN 0378-4266.

Green, C.J. and Joujon, E., 2000. Unified Tests of Causality and Cost of Carry: The Pricing of The French Stock Index Futures Contract. International Journal of Finance and Economics. 5:2, 121-140.  ISSN 1076-9307.

Prasad, S.J., Green, C.J. and Murinde, V., 2005. Company financial structure: A survey and implications for developing economies.  In C.J. Green, C.H. Kirkpatrick and V. Murinde (eds) Finance and Development: Surveys of Theory, Evidence and Policy, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, Ch. 12, 356-429.  ISBN 1-84376-030-4.

Moore, T. and Green, C.J., 2008. Flow of funds, and the impact of financial controls on bank portfolio behaviour: a study of India. European Journal of Finance Special Issue on Financial Reform in Emerging Markets. 14:7, 641–661.  ISSN 1351-847X print/ISSN 1466-4364 online.  DOI: 10.1080/13518470801890800

Cheng, Y. and Green, C.J., 2008. Taxes and capital structure: A study of European companies. Manchester School, 76, September Supplement, 85-115.  ISSN 1463-6786.  DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9957.2008.01082.x.

Bai, Y. and Green, C.J., 2010. International diversification strategies: Revisited from the risk perspective. Journal of Banking & Finance, 34, 236–245. ISSN 0378-4266.  doi:10.1016/j.jbankfin.2009.07.026.