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Dr Onur Kemal Tosun

Dr Onur Kemal Tosun

Lecturer in Finance

Ysgol Busnes Caerdydd

Email:
tosuno@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0)29 2087 4517
Fax:
+44 (0)29 2087 4419
Location:
B04, Adeilad Aberconwy, Rhodfa Colum, Cathays, Caerdydd, CF10 3EU

I have joined Cardiff Business School in 2019 as an Assistant Professor of Finance. Previously, I have worked at Warwick Business School, and I hold a PhD majoring in Finance and minoring in Economics from Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. I have received my MBA from Bogazici University and BSc in Industrial Engineering from Istanbul Technical University in Turkey.

My research interest focuses on empirical corporate finance, executive compensation, capital structure, corporate governance, corporate social responsibility, and institutional investors. My academic work has been published in Financial Management, Financial Review, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, and discussed in the media including Financial Times, Business Review Europe, Business Standard, South China Morning Post, Money Radio, NYU School of Law Blog, Harvard Law School Forum, The Columbia Law School Blog.

I have been teaching courses and modules on corporate finance, managerial finance at undergraduate, master's, MBA and EMBA level.

I have joined Cardiff Business School in 2019 as an Assistant Professor of Finance. Previously, I have worked at Warwick Business School, and I hold a PhD majoring in Finance and minoring in Economics from Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. I have received my MBA from Bogazici University and BSc in Industrial Engineering from Istanbul Technical University in Turkey.

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  • WBS Top 10% Teaching Excellence Award for PG Teaching (2015, 2017, 2018, 2019)
  • WBS Top 10% Teaching Excellence Award for UG Teaching (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Academic and Professional Practice (2016)
  • Top 3 Paper in 2016 Award by Financial Management for the paper “The Effect of CEO Option Compensation on Capital Structure: A Natural Experiment”

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Assistant Professor of Finance, University of Warwick; (2013 – 2019)

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Research Ethics Committee, Member (2019 – present)

2019

2017

2015

2008

BST543 Managerial Finance (MBA, 2019 - present)

My research interest focuses on empirical corporate finance, executive compensation, capital structure, corporate governance, corporate social responsibility, and institutional investors. My academic work has been published in Financial Management, Financial Review, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, and discussed in the media including Financial Times, Business Review Europe, Business Standard, South China Morning Post, Money Radio, NYU School of Law Blog, Harvard Law School Forum, The Columbia Law School Blog.

REFEREED PUBLICATIONS:

  • Why Do Large Shareholders Adopt a Short-Term versus a Long-Term Investment Horizon in Different Firms?, Financial Review, forthcoming.
  • Does Internal Board Monitoring Affect Debt Maturity? (with Lemma Senbet), Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, forthcoming.
  • Is Firms’ CSR Sufficient Enough to Explain Socially Responsible Investment?, (2017), Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 49, 967-726.
  • The Effect of CEO Option Compensation on the Capital Structure: A Natural Experiment, (2016), Financial Management, 45, 953-979.
  • ANP Application for Evaluating Turkish Mobile Communication Operator (with Anil Gungor and Ilker Yusuf Topcu), (2008), Journal of Global Optimization – Special Issue, 42, 313-324.

WORKING PAPERS:

  • Changes in Corporate Governance: Externally Dictated vs Organically Determined
  • CEO Compensation under Institutional and Large Shareholder Ownership
  • Good Employee Relations for Firm Performance Improvement: Involvement of Socially Responsible Investment Funds (with Katie Moon)
  • The Effect of Board Structure on Firm Performance - New Evidence From Product Market Conditions (with Xiaoyuan Hu and Danmo Lin)
  • Cyber-Attacks and Stock Market Activity (with Daniele Bianchi)
  • Institutional Consensus: Information or Crowding? (with Olga Klein and Daniel Klein)
  • Female Directors, CEO Overconfidence, and Excess Cash (with Izidin El Kalak)

WORK IN PROGRESS:

  • Once a Cheater, Always a Cheater (with Gerard Hodgkinson, Leif Brandes,and Ozlem Arikan)
  • Do Institutional Investors Suspect Mergers & Acquisitions? (with Jana Fidrmuc)

NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION:

  • "It’s been a bad month for the safety of your data: What happened, and how​ to protect yourself online", (April 4, 2019), Gear Brain
  • “When an IT failure should mean ‘goodbye’ for a CEO?”, (September 10, 2018), Board Agenda
  • “Cyber-Attacks and Stock Market Activity”, (July 13, 2018), NYU School of Law Blog on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement
  • “ETF Ownership and Corporate Investment”, (June 28, 2018), Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation
  • “Product Markets Offer a New Evidence on How Board Structure Affects Firm Performance”, (June 07, 2018), The Columbia Law School Blue Sky Blog
  • “Changes in Corporate Governance: Externally Dictated vs Organically Determined”, (February 20, 2018), The Columbia Law School Blue Sky Blog
  • “Sir Martin Sorrell's £60m share scheme bonus likely to anger shareholders”, (March 14, 2016), The Drum
  • “Companies caring for employees attract socially responsible funds”, (February 15, 2016), Business Standard
  • "Discussion on SRI and the Firm-Employee Relation", (February 4, 2016), Business for Breakfast – Money Radio
  • “Companies can raise investment by taking care of their staff”, (January 28, 2016), Fidest – World Press
  • “Independent Directors for Good Governance”, (June 23, 2015), Business Review Europe
  • “Banks lend more to firms with independent boards”, (June 22, 2015), South China Morning Post
  • “On CEO Compensation and Firm Capital Structure”, (3rd Edition, 2015), WBS CORE
  • “The increasing cost of being disliked”, (September 26, 2014), Financial Times
  • “Investors Hike up interest rates if CEOs are paid with share options”, (September 25, 2014), Consultant News
  • “CEOs’ share options rise debt prices”, (September 24, 2014), The WBS News
  • “British bosses should be paid more, but bonuses are risky”, (May 2014), The Conversation

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