Dr Malika Hamadi

The Department of Finance
Senior Lecturer in Finance

Contact details

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Birmingham Business School
University House
University of Birmingham
Edgbaston
Birmingham, UK
B15 2TY

Dr. Malika Hamadi is a Senior Lecturer in Finance. Malika holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium. She previously held posts at Surrey Business School, Leicester School of Business, the Department of Business and Economics - University of Sassari, Italy, and the Luxembourg School of Finance - University of Luxembourg. Her research is in corporate finance, corporate governance, banking/microfinance. Her work is published in top leading journals such as Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, Journal of Corporate Finance, Journal of Banking, Journal of Empirical Finance among other journals.

Qualifications

Ph.D in Economics, Université Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium

Biography

Malika Hamadi holds a Ph.D in economics from the Catholic University of Louvain (UCL).

Her research investigates questions related to corporate finance, corporate governance, and banking/microfinance. Her research is published in top leading journals such as Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, Journal of Corporate Finance, Journal of Banking, Journal of Empirical Finance among other journals.

Throughout her career, Malika has taught, in the BS, MSc, and Executive MBA. The most recent courses she taught are Corporate Finance, Foundation of Financial Analysis, Research Methods, and Micofinance.

She won two competitive grants from the National Research Fund at Luxembourg, one as a principal investigator (82,000 euros), and the second as a co-investigator (252,000 euros).

She also held several admin roles.

Teaching

Corporate Finance - Executive MBA
https://canvas.bham.ac.uk/courses/31976

Postgraduate supervision

Topics in:

  • Corporate finance
  • Corporate governance
  • Banking

Research

Research interests:

  • Corporate Finance
  • Corporate governance
  • Banking
  • Microfinance

Publications

Competition, Loan Rates and Information Dispersion in Nonprofit and For-profit Microcredit Markets (with Guillermo Baquero, ESMT-Berlin, and Andreas Heinen, U. Cergy-Pontoise), Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, 2018, DOI:10.1111/jmcb.12472

Cash holding and control-oriented finance (with Ronald W. Anderson, London School of Economics), Journal of Corporate Finance, Vol. 41, 420-425, December 2016

Does Basel II affect the market valuation of discretionary loan loss provisions? (with Andreas Heinen, U. Cergy-Pontoise, Stefan Linder and Vlad Porumb, ESSEC), Journal of Banking and Finance, Vol. 70, 177-192, 2016

Firm Performance when Ownership is very Concentrated: Evidence from a Semi-parametric Panel (with Andreas Heinen, U. Cergy-Pontoise), Journal of Empirical Finance, Vol. 34, 172-194, 2015

Beyond good intentions: Measuring impact investment and social performance in micro_nance (with Micol Pistelli and Armonia Pierantozzi, MIX Market), The Micro Banking Bulletin (MIX Market - The World Bank), June 2014

Generating Rules and the Social Science of Governance (with Bruce Kogut,Columbia School of Business, Mariano Belinky and Jordi Colomer), pp.237-258, Book Chapter in “The Small Worlds of Corporate Governance", Edited by Bruce Kogut, MIT Press, ISBN-13: 978-0262017275, May 11, 2012

Is there a Global Small World of Owners and Directors (with Bruce Kogut,Columbia School of Business, Mariano Belinky, Jordi Colomer and the contributors to the book), pp.259-299,Book Chapter in The Small Worlds of Corporate Governance", Edited by Bruce Kogut, MIT Press, ISBN-13: 978-0262017275, May 11, 2012

Ownership Concentration, Family Control and Performance of Firms, European Management Review, Vol. 7, Issue 2, 2010

Internal Capital Market Efficiency of Belgian Holding Companies (with Axel Gautier, U of Liège), Finance (the review of the French Finance Association -AFFI), Vol 26, N. 2, 2005

Illusionary Finance and Trading Behavior (with Erick Rengifo, Fordham U, and Diego Salzman), The ICFAI Journal of Behavioral Finance, Vol. II, N.3, 2005

Les fondements théoriques de la privatisation, Les Cahiers du CREAD (Centre de Recherche en Economie Appliquée pour le Développement), N.45, 3ème trimestre, 17-36, 1998