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NAVARRO ELISEO

Eliseo Navarro is professor of fnance at Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain. He received a postgraduate Diploma in Actuarial Science from heriot-watt University, U.K. and a Ph.D in Economics from Universitat de Valencia, Spain. he si interested in credit and interest rate risk issues and hispapers have been accepted fro publication in high quality Spanish journals such as the Spanish Economic Review or Investigaciones Economicas.


NIKOSKELAINEN ERKKI

Erkki Nikoskelainen is a doctoral student at the Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration in Helsinki. His research interests include corporate finance and corporate governance related areas. The main focus of his doctoral dissertation is on leveraged buyouts in Europe. Prior to his academic career he worked at the London based Investment Banking Division of Schroder Salomon Smith Barney (Citigroup). In his research Mr Nikoskelainen is able to utilise his broad investment banking background, as his transaction experience includes buy and sell side M&A transactions, joint ventures, restructuring advisory as well as bond and equity offerings. In addition, he was actively involved in developing M&A opportunities, reviewing strategies and conducting both financial and strategic analysis.

Email: Erkki.Nikoskelainen[NO_SPAM]@hanken.fi[REMOVE_BRACKETS]


NISKANEN MERVI

Mervi Niskanen is a Senior Lecturer at Häme Polytechnic University. She earned her PhD from the Helsinki School of Economics and Business
Administration in 1999. This paper is an outgrowth of her PhD dissertation, which deals with the relationship between bank equity ownership and
corporate borrowing patterns. Her other research interests include relationship lending and corporate borrowing in general.WYN OWEN Dr. Wyn Owen is a lecturer in operational research in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Essex in the UK. He obtained both his BSc and PhD in Statistics at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. He has worked on various applications of decision processes including machine replacement and scheduling. He is a reviewer for Naval Research Logistics. He has published in Operations Research, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series B, Naval Research Logistics and Mathematics of Operations Research.


NUÑEZ-LETAMENDIA LAURA

Laura Nuñez-Letamendia, Ph.D is the Professor of Finance and Head of the Research Office at Instituto de Empresa, Madrid, Spain. He earned his BA in Economics and Ph.D.in Finance (2001) Professional experience in capital markets as broker, trader, and portfolio manager.

His Publications are:

  • Refereed Articles: Núñez-Letamendia, Laura (2002). "Trading systems designed by Genetic Algorithms", Managerial Finance, V. 28, N. 8, 2002, pp. 87-106.

  • Working Papers: Núñez-Letamendia, Laura (2002). "An analysis of the robustness of genetic algorithm methodology in the design of trading system". WP Instituto de Empresa 24/2002.


  • His Research in progress: Genetic algorithms and the design of trading rules: testing the NYSE using cost-adjusted returns / Financial series forecast using neural networks and genetic algorithms.
    His teaching interests are: Financial accountant statements and valuation of quoted companies, Ethic in Finance.
    His hobbies are: sailing, paddling, travelling, skiing.
    Email: laura.nunez@ie.edu