Martín Flores, José María

Department: Finance and accounting


Biography

José María Martín Flores is Assistant Professor of Finance at CUNEF. His research interests cover the empirical analysis of the determinants of misconduct and equity ratios in the banking sector. He is also interested in the role that institutional investors and other market players play in business decisions. José María holds a PhD degree in Finance from ESCP Business School and the University Panthéon-Sorbonne in Paris. 

Education

Ph.D. in Finance, ESCP Business School & Panthéon-Sorbonne University, France

M.A. in Economic Studies, College of Europe, Belgium

B.A. in Business Administration (Licenciado), Rey Juan Carlos University, Spain

Research Interests

Corporate Finance, Banking and Financial Regulation

Career

Panthéon-Sorbonne University, Teaching fellow, Paris, France

LabEx RéFi, Research assistant, Paris, France

Deloitte, Consultant, Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Vestas, Financial controller, Madrid, Spain

 

Publications in Scientific Journals

Institutional Investor Distraction and Earnings Management (2021), with A. Garel, A. Petit-Romec and A. Scott, Journal of Corporate Finance

Stock Market Listing and the Persistence of Bank Performance Across Crises (2020), with Alexandre Garel and Arthur Petit-Romec, Journal of Banking and Finance

Is bank capital sensitive to a tax allowance on marginal equity? (2019), with C. Moussu, European Financial Management

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