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GAJEWSKI JEAN FRANCOIS

Jean Francois Gajewski is a graduate of Paris-Dauphine University and also holds a PhD from Paris-Dauphine University. He is an assistant professor at Grenoble University (ESA of Grenoble) and teaches empirical tests in Finance, portfolio management, market microstructure and financial management.
He has published several articles on market microstructure and equity issues. Moreover, he now works in the field of financial markets and accounting information.


GALLIZO L JOSE

Jose L. Gallizo is Associate Professor of Financial Economics and Accounting at the University of Zaragoza (Spain) where he gained his doctorate. He has been a visiting researcher in the School of Accounting, Banking and Economics at the University of Wales, Bangor, (UK) and he held teaching appointments at the University of Tarapaca (Chile) and visiting lecturer at the IUT Gestion des Enterprises at the University of Paul Savatier, Toulouse (France). He is a Fellow of the Spanish Institute of Chartered Accountants. He has published a number of articles in academic and professional journals, is the author of a monograph on value added accounting and co-author of European Financial Reporting. Spain, Routledge.


GILBERTO LOUREIRO

Gilberto Ramos Loureiro is a Lecture Assistant at Escola de Economia e Gestao, Universidade do Minho, Portugal, since November 1998. He received his degree in Economics from Faculdade de Economia do Porto in 1997 and he is currently finishing his master's degree in Management, with specilization in Finance, at Universidade do Minho. His research interests are mainly related to the field of corporate governance.
Email: gilberto@eeg.uminho.pt


GREGORY ALAN

Gregory Alan is Professor of Corporate Finance, and Head of Department of Business and Management at the University of Exeter where he teaches on the MBA and MA Finance and Investment programmes. Prior to joining Exeter he has held positions as Professor of Business Studies, at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, and Professor of Accounting & Finance at the University of Glasgow. His industrial experience includes working as a management accountant in British Rail and the Green Shield-Argos Group and he has acted as a consultant in company valuation and establishing corporate costs of capital. His research interests include market-based empirical research, particularly take-overs and mergers. A further area of current research is a project which has been funded by CIMA, 'The cost of capital in the UK - a comparison of theoretical, industry and financial institutions' perspectives'. Recent publications have included a study of the long run performance of UK acquiring firms, share price reaction to directors' trading activity, and the performance measurement of 'ethical' unit trusts, in addition to published work relating to audit fees and auditor change, and audit committees and monitoring.


GRESSE CAROLE

Gresse Carole is a graduate of Ecole Superieure de Commerce de Paris (ESCP) and holds a Ph.D. from Universite Paris Dauphine. She is an Assistant Professor at Universite Paris Dauphine and teaches market microstructure, portfolio management, international finance and financial management. She has published a book on financial distress and her current fields of research are market microstructure, international listing and market integration.


GUEDES JOSE FILIPE GARCIA CORREIA

Jose Filipe Gacia Correia Guedes
Email: jcg@fcee.ucp.pt
Associate Professor (since 1994): Universidade Catolica Portuesa - Faculdade de Ciencias Economicas e Empresariais.
Assistant Professor of Finance (1990-94): Southern Methodist University, Edwin Cox School of Business, Dallas, Texas
Ph.D. Ohio State University (1990)

Published Papers

  • Guedes. J., 1995, Debt Maturity and Taxes", Research in Finance, vol. 12, pp. 37-51, JAI Press.

  • Guedes. J and Thompson. R, 1995, "Tests of a signaling hypothesis: the choice between fixed and adjustable rate debt", Review of Financial Studies, vol. 8, n 3, pp. 605-636.

  • Guedes. J, Clarkson. P. and Thompson. R, 1996, "On the diversification, observability, and measurement of estimation risk.", Journal of Financial and Quantritative Analysis, vol. 31, n 1, pp. 69-84.

  • Guedes. J and Opler. T, 1996, "The empirical determinants of corporate debt maturity", Journal of Finance, vol. 51, n 5, pp. 1809-1833.


  • Guedes. J. and Parayre. R., 1997, "Managerial reputation and divisional sell - offs: a model and empirical test", Journal of Banking and Finance, 21, pp. 1085-1106.

  • Guedes. J., 2000, "Free cash flow and investment precommitment"

  • Guedes. J and Machado. F., "Changing rewards in contests: has the three-point rule brought more offense into soccer?", forthcoming in Empirical Economics