Hafiz Hoque
Senior Lecturer in Finance and Programme Leader for BSc Accounting, Business Finance & Management

Profile

Biography

After completing a BCom (Honours) in Finance and Banking at the University of Dhaka and an MCom in Finance from the same place, I went on to study for an MBA at Monash University Australia, where I studied Finance and Econometrics. After that, I joined the University of Dhaka as a Lecturer and after two years I was promoted to Assistant Professor. I did my PhD at Cass Business School and my topic was Insider trading, IPO lock up expiration and Long run IPO Performance. After that I joined Swansea University as a Lecturer in 2010.

I have been a full member of Certified Management Accountants Australia since 2003.

I am pursuing CFA program and have passed CFA I and CFA II examinations.

I have completed PGtHE at Swansea University.

Awards And Funding

  • 2006-2010 Funding received from commonwealth Scholarship commissions (2006) in the UK  for pursuing Ph.D at Cass Business school.
  • 2002-2003 Funding received from Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) for doing MBA at Monash University, Melbourne.
  • 2012 Got funding of 34,000 Euros from ESCP. Co-applicants  Dimitris Andriosopoulos,  Kostas Andriosopoulos and Pramuan Bunkanwanicha.

Subject Group

Accounting and Finance

 

Research

Overview

My research centres on corporate/empirical finance.

  • CEO overconfidence
  • Informed trading
  • IPOs, SEOs
  • Share repurchases
  • Capital structure, M&A
  • Corporate boards
  • Bank Regulations and Systemic risk
  • Financial crisis

Refereeing

Journal of Banking and Finance

European Financial Management

European Journal of Finance

International Review of Economics and Finance

Managerial Finance

International Review of Financial Analysis

Publications

Selected publications

Hoque, H, and Kashefi-Pour, E., 2018, Determinants of Bank Capital Structure and Funding Sources, International Journal of Finance and Economics, International Journal of Finance & Economics, 2018, Vol.23(4), p.504-532. https://doi.org/10.1002/ijfe.1635.

Hoque, H. and Doukas, J., 2016, Why firms prefer AIM when they can list on the Main Market, Journal of International Money and Finance, Volume 60, February 2016, Pages 378–404, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jimonfin.2015.10.001

Hoque, H., Kabir S., Abdelbari, E. and Manahov,V., 2016, Islamic and Conventional equity market movements during and after the financial crisis: Evidence from newly launched MSCI indices, Financial Markets, Institutions & Instruments, https://doi.org/10.1111/fmii.12075

Hoque, H., Viktor, M. and Robert, H., 2015, Return predictability and the ‘wisdom of crowds’: Genetic Programming trading algorithms, the Marginal Trader Hypothesis and the Hayek Hypothesis, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, Volume 37, July 2015, Pages 85–98, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.intfin.2015.02.009.

Hoque, H., and Lasfer, M., 2015, Directors Trading and post-IPO performance, European Financial Management, 2015, 21 (1),178–204,  DOI:10.1111/j.1468-036X.2013.12013.x

Hoque, H., Andriosopoulos, D., Andriosopoulos, K., Douady, R., 2015, Bank regulation, risk and return: evidence from the credit and sovereign debt crises, Journal of Banking and Finance, 50, 455–474,  doi:10.1016/j.jbankfin.2014.06.003

Hoque, H., 2014. Role of Asymmetric Information and Moral Hazard in IPO Underpricing and Lockup, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, 30 (2014) 81–105,http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.intfin.2014.02.001.

Hoque, H., Andriosopoulos D. and  Andriosopoulos, K., 2013, Information Disclosure, CEO overconfidence and Buyback Completion rates, Journal of Banking and Finance,  37(12), 5486–5499 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jbankfin.2013.04.011.

Hoque, H., 2013, From the Credit Crisis to the Sovereign Debt Crisis: Determinants of share price performance of Global banks, 2013, International Review of Financial Analysis, Volume 30, December 2013, Pages 334–350, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.irfa.2013.07.017.

Hoque, H., and Andriosopoulos, D.,2013, The determinants of share repurchases in Europe, International Review of Financial Analysis,27 65–76 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.irfa.2012.12.003.

Hoque, H., 2011, The choice and Role of lockups in IPOs: Evidence from Heterogeneous Lockup Contracts, Financial Markets, Institutions & Instruments, Vol. 20, Issue 5, pp. 191-220, 2011.

Hoque, H., Kim, J.H. and Pyun, C.S., 2007, A Comparison of Variance Ratio Tests of Random Walk: A Case of Asian Emerging Stock Markets, International Review of Economics and Finance, 16:1 (2007) 488-502.

Hoque, H., 2007, Co-movement of Bangladesh Stock Market with other Markets: Cointegration and Error Correction Approach, Managerial Finance, 33(10), 810 - 820.

Hoque, H., Silvapulle, P. and Moosa, I, 2007, A Threshold Cointegration Approach to the Stock Prices- Inflation Puzzle, International Journal of Economic Perspectives, 2007, Volume 1, Issue 2, 83-101.

Working Papers

Hoque, H. and Mu, S., 2018, Partial Private sector oversight in China’s A-share IPO market: An empirical study on the experience of sponsorship system.

Hoque and Li, Shengfeng, 2018, Firm Financial Behaviour Dynamics and Interactions: A Structural Vector Autoregression Approach.

D. Andriosopoulos and H. Hoque, 2018, Insider Purchases Talk and Buybacks Whisper.

Doukas, John A and Hoque, Hafiz, 2018, Why IPO Issuers Prefer the AIM When They Can List for Less on the Main Market?

Hoque, H. and Li, S., 2018, How is firm leverage policy influenced by other financial policies?

Hoque, H., Li, S. Wood G., 2018, Corporate Governance and Performance: Is there a change after the recent financial crisis?

Hoque, Hafiz and Lasfer, M., 2017, Why do insiders change their holdings in lockup period?

Hoque, H. and Kabir, S., 2017, A Wavelet analysis of Islamic and conventional equity prices and macroeconomic Indicators.

Hafiz Hoque

The York Management School
University of York
Freboys Lane
Heslington
York YO10 5GD

Tel: +44 (0) 1904 325047
Email: hafiz.hoque@york.ac.uk
Room: RCH/222

Feedback & Support hours

  • Tuesday, 14.30-15.30
  • Tuesday, 15.30-16.30