Dr Dimos Andronoudis

Dr Dimos Andronoudis

Dr Dimos Andronoudis
Lecturer in Accounting

1.04,
15-19 Tyndall's Park Road, Bristol,
BS8 1PY
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d.andronoudis@bristol.ac.uk

Telephone Number (0117) 39 41504

Department of Accounting and Finance

Personal profile

Short Bio


 

My research interests relate to the pricing and arbitrage of accounting information and the extent to which inefficient expectations about accounting fundamentals may lead to stock return predictability. I am keen to conduct inter-disciplinary research in the intersection of accounting, finance and economics. I hold a PhD in finance and a MSc in marketing and financial services from the University of Exeter,  England, and a BSc in business from the University of Macedonia, Greece. Prior joining the University of Bristol, I was a fellow (post-doc researcher) in accounting at the London School of Economics and Political Science. I teach applied quantitative research methods in the context of financial statement analysis and empirical asset pricing.

 

Research Interests


 

  • Financial accounting.
  • Financial statement analysis.
  • Accounting "anomalies".
  • Value relevance of accounting information.
  • Accounting quality.
  • Forecasting earnings and expected returns.
  • Market efficiency tests.
  • Asset pricing. 
  • Equity portfolio analysis
  • Stylized risk factors. 

 

Working Papers


 

  • "What Drives R&D Intensive Firms Stock Returns. A Variance Decomposition Analysis"
    • with Dargenidou Christina and Konstantinidi Eirini.
    • Presented at the American Accounting Association annual conference in San Diego, 2017.
    • SSRN link: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3218353
  • "Common and Idiosyncratic Earnings, Return Variance and the R&D Impact"
    • with Dargenidou Christina and Konstantinidi Eirini.
    • Presented at the American Accounting Association annual conference in New York, 2016.

 

Research

My research interests relate to the pricing and arbitrage of accounting information and the extent to which inefficient expectations about accounting fundamentals may lead to stock return predictability. I am keen to conduct inter-disciplinary research in the intersection of accounting and finance and economics. I hold a PhD in finance and a MSc in marketing and financial services from the University of Exeter and a BSc in business from the University of Macedonia in Greece. Prior joining the University of Bristol, I was a fellow (post-doc) in accounting at the London School of Economics. I teach financial accounting.

Teaching

 University of Bristol - Accounting and Finance Department


  

  • Applied Empirical Accounting and Finance - EFIMM0047
    • Unit director and lecturer;
    • MSc-level; Core unit;
    • Teaching block 2 - winter/sping.

 

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