Dr Ahmet Karpuz BSc, MSc, PhD (Bristol)
Lecturer in Finance
Ahmet Karpuz is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Finance at the School of Business and Economics since 2017. In 2017, he completed his PhD in Finance from the University of Bristol where he has also worked as a teaching assistant.
Ahmet’s research interests cover a range of topics in the areas of corporate finance and corporate governance with a focus on labour and finance, corporate liquidity management, investments, debt structure, payout policies, and crises. His research has been published in reputable international journals such as the Journal of Corporate Finance and Journal of Banking and Finance. He also serves as an ad-hoc reviewer for several academic journals including the Journal of Corporate Finance and British Accounting Review.
Ahmet has taught finance modules at post-graduate level such as Accounting & Finance, Advanced Corporate Finance, Global Investment Analysis. He currently teaches two final year undergraduate modules (BSC015-Financial management & Corporate Policy and ECC141-Corporate Finance & Derivatives) at Loughborough University. He is a Fellow of Higher Education Academy.
Ahmet’s research interests lie in the various areas of corporate finance and corporate governance. His current research focuses on labour and finance, payout policies, corporate investments, debt structure, crises, and liquidity management.
- Karpuz, A, Kim, K, Ozkan, N (2019) Employment Protection Laws and Corporate Cash Holdings, Journal of Banking & Finance, forthcoming, DOI: 10.1016/j.jbankfin.2019.105705.
- Guney, Y, Karpuz, A, Ozkan, N (2017) R&D investments and credit lines, Journal of Corporate Finance, 46, pp.261-283, DOI: 10.1016/j.jcorpfin.2017.07.011.