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Dr Brendan Lambe

Job: Principal Lecturer

Faculty: Business and Law

School/department: Faculty of Business and Law

Address: Hugh Aston Building

T: +44 (0)116 201 3833

E: brendan.lambe@dmu.ac.uk

W: dmu.ac.uk

 

Personal profile

Brendan has extensive experience in teaching and research financial topics. He gained his PhD at the University of Leicester where he taught for a number of years before joining DMU. He also retains positions in a number at a number of internationally renowned institutions as a visiting scholar. His research interests include but are not limited to Asset pricing, Financial regulation, Liquidity and Corporate Finance, at present he is involved in a number of international collaborations within this field. He is also the programme manager for the MSc Accounting and Finance here at DMU on both the full time and distance learning courses.

Research group affiliations

Asset pricing, Financial regulation, Liquidity and Corporate Finance

Publications and outputs 

Lambe, B.J. and Wisinewski, T.P. (2015) ‘Does Economic Policy Uncertainty Drive CDS Spreads?’ International Review of Financial Analysis. Vol. 42, pp. 447-458.

Wisinewski, T.P. and Lambe, B.J. (2013) ‘The Role of Media in the Credit Crunch:

The Case of the Banking Sector’, Published in the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization Vol. 86,   Paper was discussed in the ideas section of the Boston Globe (13/11/2011)

Lambe, B.J (2016) ‘The efficacy of Market abuse legislation in the UK’.  Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance. Vol. 24 Iss: 3, pp.248 – 267.

Lambe, B.J (2016) ‘An Unreliable Canary: Insider Trading, the Cash Flow Hypothesis and the Financial Crisis’, International Review of Financial Analysis. Vol. 46, pp. 151-158.

Wisiniewski, T, Lambe, B and Dias, A. (2017) ‘The Influence of General Strikes on Stock Market Behavior’. Submitted to the Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organization, under review.

Li, Z. Lambe B.J. and Adegbite, E. (2017) ‘Low Frequency Bid-ask Spread Estimators Using Daily High and Low Prices’. Submitted to Review of Finance, under review.

 

Current Projects

‘CEO Gender diversity and market performance’ with Dr Sana Mohsni, Carleton University , Canada.

‘National Security threats and asset volatility’ with Dr A Omar and Dr T Wisniewski, University of Leicester, UK.

‘CEO retention in acquiring firms’ with Dr T Wisniewski , University of Leicester.

‘Referendum coverage effects on market performance measures’ Sole authored project.

‘Informational value of insider option exercises’ Sole authored project.


Guest Editorship

Currently a Guest Editor for special issue of British Journal of Management: Topic relates to sustainability management. 

Areas of teaching

  • Investments
  • Corporate Finance
  • International Finance
  • Risk
  • Portfolio Management

Qualifications

BA, PgDip, FHEA, MSc, PhD

  • Courses taught: MSc Accounting and Finance Program Leader Campus based
  • MSc Accounting and Finance Program Leader Distance learning
  • Investment Valuation MSc

Liquidity and Risk management BSc Yr 3

Membership of professional associations and societies

Member of Sustainability in management research group (ULBS)

Member of IFABS

Recent research outputs

 

Conferences

Co-organiser for 1st Conference on Management and Environmental Sustainability in Leicester May 19th/20th 2016

Co-organiser for British Academy of Management Track symposium on sustainability, Portsmouth, Sep 2015.

Member of organising committee  for IFABS Conference, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China , June 2015

Member of organising committee  for IFABS Conference, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China , June 2015

Member of organising committee  for IFABS Conference, Said Business School, Oxford University, UK. August 2015

‘An Unreliable Canary: Insider Trading, the Cash Flow Hypothesis and the Financial Crisis’, Paper presented at PWE Conference Da Nang, Vietnam, July 2016.

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