Bangor Business School

Dr Enrico Onali

Division: Financial Studies

Location: Room 2.07, Alun Building

Telephone: 01248 38 3650

Email: e.onali@bangor.ac.uk

Profile

Senior Lecturer in Finance

Dr Enrico Onali is a Senior Lecturer in Finance at the Bangor Business School. He has previously worked at Xi’an Jiaotong Liverpool University, and in the Financial Division of the Bank of Sardinia.

Teaching

Undergraduate

  • Financial Economics (ASB-3207)

Postgraduate

  • Financial Econometrics (ASB-4408)

 

Qualifications

PhD Empirical Finance – Bangor University
MA Banking and Finance (Distinction) – University of Wales, Bangor
BSc Economics and Business Administration (Distinction) – University of Cagliari



Research Interests

Asset Pricing, Applied Econometrics, Corporate Finance, Banking

 

Publications

"Moral hazard, dividends, and risk in banks" (sole authored), Journal of Business Finance & Accounting (forthcoming).

"Self-affinity in financial asset returns" (with J. Goddard), International Review of Financial Analysis, 24 (2012), 1–11 (Lead article)

"Short and long memory in stock returns data" (with J. Goddard), Economics Letters, 117 (2012), Issue 1, Pages 253–255

"Are European equity markets efficient? New evidence from fractal analysis" (with J. Goddard), International Review of Financial Analysis, 20 (2011), Issue 2, 59–67 (Lead article)

"Assessing the value relevance of accounting data after IFRS introduction in Europe" (with R. Magarini and A. Devalle), Journal of International Financial Management and Accounting, 21 (2010), Issue 2, 85–119 (Lead article)

"Unifractality and multifractality in the Italian stock market" (with J. Goddard), International Review of Financial Analysis, 18 (2009), Issue 4, 154–163

 

International Conferences

  • Wealth shocks, credit supply shocks, and asset allocation: Evidence from household and firm portfolios: Conference on household finance and consumption, ECB, Frankfurt, October 2013.
  • Are CEO power, monitoring incentives, and dividends related? Evidence from a regulated industry: AIDEA annual meeting, Lecce, September 2013.
  • The real effects of regulatory enforcement actions: Evidence from U.S. counties: IFABS Conference, Nottingham, June 2013.
  • Self-affinity in financial asset returns: World Finance & Banking Symposium, Shanghai, December 2012, 17th Conference on Computing in Economics and Finance, San Francisco, July 2011.
  • Moral hazard, dividends and risk in banks (previous titles: Dividend and risk in banks and Dividend and risk in European banks): AIDEA annual meeting, Lecce, September 2013; 20th Tor Vergata Conference on Money, Banking and Finance, Rome, December 2011; 8th International Eurofidai-AFFI Annual Meeting, Paris, December 2010; European Finance Association annual meeting, Frankfurt, August 2010; Australasian Banking and Finance Conference, Sydney, December 2009; UKEPAN conference, Leicester, November 2009. Winner of the Young Economist Session Award at the 20th International Tor Vergata Conference on Money, Banking and Finance (2011)
  • Are European equity markets efficient? New evidence from fractal analysis: European Financial Management Symposium, Beijing, April 2010.
  • Assessing the value relevance of accounting data after IFRS introduction in Europe: International Association of Accounting Education and Research conference Munich, February 2009.
  • Unifractality and multifractality in the Italian stock market: Centre for Empirical Finance conference in London, May 2008.

Refereeing activity

Financial Stability Working Paper Series of the Bank of England; Journal of Banking and Finance; Journal of Business Finance and Accounting; Economics Letters; The Manchester School; European Journal of Finance; Emerging Markets, Finance and Trade; Journal of Management and Governance; International Journal of Banking, Accounting and Finance.

 

Visiting Scholar

Deutsche Bundesbank: August 2012, April-May 2013, September 2013

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