Dr George Giannopoulos
BA MBA PhD
Accounting, Finance and Informatics
KHBS337 Kingston Business School
Kingston Upon Thames
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George joined Kingston University in 2010 from Athens University of Economics and Business. He was teaching financial accounting and financial management. George has a degree in business administration, with specification in accounting and an MBA degree in financial management. He received his PhD at Brunel Business School in the area of financial accounting. George also worked in management and business planning roles in the banking sector.
George’s main research interests are in Capital Market research in Accounting and Behavioural Finance. In particular, he is interested in the following areas: Post Earnings Announcement Drift, Mergers and Acquisitions, Initial Public Offerings, Insolvency Prediction models. George has published and reviewed papers for international Journals. He has also presented papers in international conferences.
At Kingston George teaches postgraduates and undergraduate courses in financial accounting and financial resource management.
Khansalar, Ehsan, Turner, Natasha and Giannopoulos, George (2015) Perceptions of Regulation on the UK Mortgage Market: A Step Too Far? International Journal of Business and Management, 10(8), pp. 59-72. ISSN (print) 1833-3850
Giannopoulos, George, Holt, Andrew, Khansalar, Ehsan and Cleanthous, Stephanie (2013) The use of the balanced scorecard in small companies. International Journal of Business and Management, 8(14), pp. 1-22. ISSN (print) 1833-3850
Ismaila, Bilkisu, Giannopoulos, George and Sykianakis, Nicos (2012) FDIs in the Nigerian oil and gas industry: challenges and opportunities faced due to the choice of entry mode. The Southeuropean Review of Business Finance and Accounting, 10, pp. 89-109. ISSN (print) 1109-6929
Degiannakis, Stavros and Giannopoulos, George (2009) Is PEAD a consequence of the presence of the cognitive bias of self-attribution in investors' expectations regarding permanent earnings? Evidence from Athens Stock Exchange. International Journal of Computational Economics and Econometrics, 1(1), pp. 89-110. ISSN (print) 1757-1170