Lecturer in Finance
Ahmet Karpuz is a Lecturer in Finance at the School of Business and Economics.
Ahmet’s research interests cover a range of topics in finance such as corporate liquidity management, R&D investments, bank debt, public debt, and crises.
Ahmet has taught finance modules at post-graduate level such as Accounting & Finance and Advanced Corporate Finance. He currently teaches Financial management and Corporate Policy (a final year undergraduate module) at Loughborough University.
Ahmet’s research interests lie in the various areas of corporate finance. His current research focuses on corporate liquidity management, in conjunction with the legal environment, corporate investments, crises, and bank debt.
- Guney, Y, Karpuz, A, Ozkan, N (2017) R&D investments and credit lines, Journal of Corporate Finance, 46, pp.261-283
- Karpuz, A, Kim, K, Ozkan, N, (2017), Employment Protection Laws and Corporate Cash Holdings’, in: 30th Australasian Finance and Banking Conference 2017.