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Dr Maryam Alhalboni
Lecturer

Profile

Biography

  •  MSc (University of Essex)
  •  PhD (University of Essex)

Departmental roles

  • Careers & Employability Team Coordinator
  • Equality Challenge working group
  • Together York project - Special Interest Group
  • Assessor for PG admissions in Finance
  • Confirmation and Clearing

Research

Overview

My  research  interests  are  in  the  areas  of  corporate  finance,  financial  markets and  market  microstructure.  The bulk of my research concentrates on high-frequency trading, market liquidity and span other topics including merger and acquisitions, IPO and Islamic finance.

Teaching

Undergraduate

Second Year:

  • Financial Economics and Capital Markets

Third Year

  • Principles of Corporate Finance & Derivative Securities.
  • The Structure and Regulation of Financial Markets
  • Dissertation finance

Postgraduate

  • Dissertation finance
 

Publications

Selected publications

  • “Limit Order Books and Order Submission Strategies around Ex-Dividend Days”, presented at Paris Financial Management Conference, 2019.
  • “The Impact of Profit-Sharing Investment Accounts on Shareholders’ Wealth”, accepted at World Finance Conference,  2020.
  • “The Political Origin of the Convoluted Takaful Organizational Structure”, accepted at 19th World Congress of the IEA, 2020.
  • “Market microstructure effects around ex-dividend day - Evidence from London Stock Exchange”, presented at International Finance and Banking (IFABS) 2018 Porto Conference, 2018.
  • “Impact of ex-dividend day on intraday trading patterns - Evidence from London Stock Exchange”, presented at Portsmouth-Fordham Conference, 2016.
  • “A Structural Model of “Alpha” for Islamic Banks”, accepted at The 8th International Conference on Islamic Banking and Finance: Risk Management, Regulation, and Supervision, 2017.

 

Full publications list

  • A Structural Model of “Alpha” for Islamic Banks (with Kenneth Baldwin and Mohamad Husam Helmi). Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, 60, 267-283 (2019)
  • "The Impact of Profit-Sharing Investment Accounts on Shareholders’ Wealth" with Kenneth Baldwin. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money. Forthcoming, 2020 

 

Maryam Alhalboni
Lecturer
Department of Economics
Room: A/EC/007

Tel: 01904 323775

maryam.alhalboni@york.ac.uk

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