Chris Florackis is a Senior Lecturer in Finance at the Management School of the University of Liverpool. His research interests range from Corporate Finance and Governance to various aspects of Asset Pricing and Risk Management. More specifically, his research interests include: Financing Policy; Financial Risk and Risk Management; Capital and Ownership Structure (G32), Bankruptcy; Liquidation (G33), Capital Budgeting; Investment Policy (G31), Corporate Governance (G34), Corporate Payout Policy (G35), Asset Pricing, Trading Volume (G12), Monetary Policy (E32), Information and Market Efficiency (G14), International Financial Markets (G15), Personnel Management; Executive Compensation (M52) (JEL classifications in parentheses).
Chris Florackis has published a series of papers in international peer-reviewed academic journals, such as the Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Business Research, European Financial Management, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, Corporate Governance: An International Review, Emerging Markets Review etc. He has also received research funding from the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) to study the risk behaviour of boards of directors, and also from the Bank of England (BoE) to study the impact of stock market illiquidity on economic growth. His work has been presented into high quality academic conferences-workshops such as the Bank of England, INQUIRE (UK) and the annual meetings of the Financial Management Association (FMA), European Financial Management Association (EFMA), Midwest Finance Association (MFA), Multinational Finance Society (MFS), among others.