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Alexia Ventouri
Alexia Ventouri
Associate Professor, King's College London
Verified email at kcl.ac.uk
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Bank supervision, regulation, and efficiency: Evidence from the European Union
GE Chortareas, C Girardone, A Ventouri
Journal of financial stability 8 (4), 292-302, 2012
6332012
Financial freedom and bank efficiency: Evidence from the European Union
GE Chortareas, C Girardone, A Ventouri
Journal of Banking & Finance 37 (4), 1223-1231, 2013
3662013
Financial frictions, bank efficiency and risk: evidence from the Eurozone
GE Chortareas, C Girardone, A Ventouri
Journal of Business Finance & Accounting 38 (1‐2), 259-287, 2011
1082011
Efficiency and productivity of Greek banks in the EMU era
GE Chortareas, C Girardone, A Ventouri
Applied Financial Economics 19 (16), 1317-1328, 2009
652009
Credit market freedom and cost efficiency in US state banking
G Chortareas, G Kapetanios, A Ventouri
Journal of Empirical Finance 37, 173-185, 2016
592016
The effects of board of directors’ education on firms’ credit ratings
P Papadimitri, F Pasiouras, M Tasiou, A Ventouri
Journal of Business Research 116, 294-313, 2020
552020
Interest rate liberalization and capital adequacy in models of financial crises
R Barrell, D Karim, A Ventouri
Journal of Financial Stability 33, 261-272, 2017
462017
Bank competition and regional integration: Evidence from ASEAN nations
A Ventouri
Review of development finance 8 (2), 127-140, 2018
252018
The sovereign spread in Asian emerging economies: The significance of external versus internal factors
S Banerji, A Ventouri, Z Wang
Economic Modelling 36, 566-576, 2014
252014
Informal institutions and corporate reputational exposure: The role of public environmental perceptions
C Gaganis, P Papadimitri, F Pasiouras, A Ventouri
British Journal of Management 32 (4), 1027-1061, 2021
222021
How did consumers react to the COVID‐19 pandemic over time?
G Kapetanios, N Neuteboom, F Ritsema, A Ventouri
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 84 (5), 961-993, 2022
132022
Does executive ownership lead to excess target cash? The case of UK firms
A Iona, L Leonida, A Ventouri
Corporate Governance: The International Journal of Business in Society 17 (5 …, 2017
132017
Disentangling the effect of government restrictions and consumers’ reaction function to the Covid-19 pandemic: Evidence from geo-located transactions data for the Netherlands
P Golec, G Kapetanios, N Neuteboom, F Ritsema, A Ventouri
Covid Economics 56, 60-105, 2020
72020
Frontiers of banks in a global economy
P Molyneux, E Vallelado
Palgrave Macmillan, 2008
62008
Efficiency and productivity change in Greek banking: Methods and recent evidence
GE Chortareas, C Girardone, A Ventouri
Frontiers of Banks in a Global Economy, 211-233, 2008
62008
Financial liberalization and capital adequacy in models of financial crises
R Barrell, D Karim, A Ventouri
Brunel University, 2013
52013
Regulation and bank performance in Europe
GE Chortareas, C Girardone, A Ventouri
Bank Performance, Risk and Firm Financing, 154-173, 2011
52011
State-level wage Phillips curves
G Kapetanios, S Price, M Tasiou, A Ventouri
Econometrics and Statistics 18, 1-11, 2021
32021
Corporate pollution and reputational exposure
G Chortareas, F Kou, A Ventouri
Financial Markets, Institutions & Instruments, 2024
2024
Reducing Labour Market Flexibility: A Causal Inference Study on Reform in the Netherlands
G Kapetanios, N Neuteboom, K Patra, A Ventouri
Available at SSRN 4757411, 2023
2023
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