Finance Cluster Seminar

11 September, 2015 - 10:30 to 12:00
Joyce Ackroyd Building 37 - Room 430
Dr. Philip Gharghori (Monash University)

Dr. Philip Gharghori joined Monash University in 2006 and is a senior lecturer in Finance. Prior to this, he was a PhD student and tutor in the department. His PhD was supported by both an Australian Postgraduate Award and a Departmental Scholarship. Phil is an active research supervisor and he has supervised a number of PhD and honours students to completion. He is the author of the finance chapters of Principles of Accounting and Finance, a text used in undergraduate business and commerce courses. He has won awards for conference papers presented at the Australasian Finance and Banking Conference and at the AFAANZ Conference. Phil's main research area is asset pricing. In particular, Phil’s research has focused on the performance of multifactor models, stock market anomalies, the consumption CAPM and the intertemporal CAPM. He also has written papers in the areas of funds management, default risk analysis, socially responsible investments and the market reaction to stock splits. Dr. Gharghori’s work appears in various finance journals including: Journal of Banking and Finance, Accounting and Finance, Australian Journal of Management, International Review of Economics and Finance, Journal of Business Ethics, Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, etc.