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Wouter De maeseneire is a PhD candidate at the Department of Corporate Finance, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Ghent University. He has a degree in Applied Economics. His research focuses on initial public offerings and valuation.


Sophie Manigart is a partner of the Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School and the professor at the Department of Corporate Finance, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Ghent University, Belgium. She is also founding partner of the Vlerick Leuven Angels Network.
She obtained her degrees of civil engineer and doctor in management. Her interests are mainly related to the financing of growing companies, most specifically with venture capital. She [published several papers on this subject, in European Financial Management, Journal of Business Venturing Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice, ...


Martin Hoesli holds a PhD in finance and is professor of Real Estate of Finance at the University of Geneva (Switzerland) and University of Aberdeen (UK). He has published numerous articles in Real Estate and Finance Journals.


Senior Lecturer in Finance at City University Business School, London, where he teaches Corporate Finance and Asset Management on the undergraduate and MSc Finance programmes. Formerly, he taught Corporate Finance and Securities Markets at the University of Pavia, Italy. He obtained his first degree in Economics and Business from Universita di Cagliari and a MBA from Universita Bocconi, both in Italy. He holds a Ph.D. in Financial Economics from Universita di Bergamo (Italy) and has been a Visiting Ph.D. student in Finance at New York University. His research has focused on Corporate Finance, Market Microstructure, Asset Pricing and Performance evaluation. His principal academic papers have been published in the Review of Financial Studies, Journal of Finance and Journal of Banking and Finance.
Email: M.Murgia@city.ac.uk


Dr. Maria Michou is a lecturer in Finance in the School of Accounting and Finance at the University of Manchester. She previously held Graduate Teaching assistant and research assistant positions in the Department of Accounting and Finance, at the University of Exeter. She holds a BA in Accounting and Finance (Thessaloniki- Greece), an MA in Finance and Investment (Exeter) and a PhD in Finance (Exeter). Her teaching interests are mainly in accounting and finance, where she is teaching Foundations of Finance, Empirical Finance, Advanced Corporate Finance, International Finance and Financial Decision Making to undergraduate students. She is also supervising Master dissertations in the Finance area.

Her research interests span a number of areas in finance with particular emphasis on tests of market efficiency and equity return predictability. Recent publications include a study of the performance of value investment strategies in the UK stock market. The first part of this study undertakes a comprehensive characterisation of value strategies in the UK following Lakonishok, Shleifer and Vishny (1994) using data for the period January 1975 to December 1998. It provides a detailed evaluation of their profitability by using different measures of value, namely book-to-market value of equity, earnings yield, cash flow yield and past sales growth. The second part, it goes on to explore whether the profitability of value strategies can be explained using the three factor model of Fama and French (1993, 1996). The third part is a comprehensive investigation of the relationship between the returns to value investment strategies and various macroeconomic state variables that in a multi-factor asset pricing model could reasonably be taken as proxies for risk.

Recent Publications:
· Gregory, Alan, Richard D. F. Harris and Maria Michou,
      "An Analysis of Contrarian Investment Strategies in the UK",
      Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, Vol. 28, No. 9&10, (2001), pp. 1192 – 1228.
· Gregory, Alan, Richard D. F. Harris and Maria Michou,
      "Contrarian Investment and Macroeconomic Risk",
      Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, Vol. 30, No. 1&2, (2003), pp.213 - 256.

Email: Maria.Michou@man.ac.uk