Assistant Professor of Economics and Finance
Prior to joining TeIAS in March 2020, Pejman was an assistant professor at the University of St Andrews for nearly 6 years. He earned his PhD in Economics (specialization: Money, Finance & Banking) from Université de Limoges, France in December 2013.
Pejman’s current research projects include Islamic finance, stock price informativeness, trade credit, and resolution of failed banks. He has published articles in prestigious journals such as Review of Finance, Journal of Financial Stability, Journal of Banking & Finance and Journal of the American Academy of Religion.
Pejman is a visiting assistant professor at Université de Limoges since 2016 and an honorary assistant professor at the University of St Andrews. He had been appointed as a consultant to Scottish Government to provide research services in relation to Brexit (April 2019- March 2020). He has more than ten years of experience in banking industry.
- Corporate Finance
- Islamic Finance
LAPE, Université de Limoges, France (2009-2013) Doctor of Philosophy in Economics – (Specialization: Money, Finance and Banking)
CentER Graduate School, Tilburg University, The Netherlands (2008-2009) Master’s in Finance (Specialization: Corporate Finance & Banking)
Amsterdam Business School, Universiteit van Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2007-2008) Master’s in International Finance (Specialization: Mathematical Finance)
Faculty of Economics, Allameh Tabatabaei University, Iran (1997-2000) Master’s in Economics
Higher Education Institute of Banking, Iran (1994-1997) Bachelor’s in Banking
Beyond Debt: Islamic Experiments in Global Finance. By Daromir Rudnyckyj, Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 2020, 20(20), 1-4
Special Issue on Islamic Banking: Stability and governance (with Amine Tarazi), Global Finance Journal, 2020, in press. Available online 23 May 2020. DOI: 10.1016/j.gfj.2020.100540
Resilience of Environmental and Social Stocks under Stress: Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic (with Kais Bouslah, Christopher Neumann, and Amine Tarazi), Financial Markets, Institutions & Instruments, 2022, Available online 25 June 2022, DOI:10.1111/fmii.12166
Stock price synchronicity and price informativeness: Evidence from a regulatory change in the U.S. banking industry (with Kais Bouslah and Yeliangzi Zheng), Finance Research Letters, 2020, in press. Available online 12 August 2020. DOI: 10.1016/j.frl.2020.101678
Female Board Representation, Risk-taking and Performance: Evidence from dual banking systems (with Mushtaq Hussain Khan, Ahmad Fraz and Arshad Hassan),Finance Research Letters, 2020, in press. Available online 30 May 2020. DOI: 10.1016/j.frl.2020.101541
How informative are stock prices of Islamic banks? (with Kais Bouslah, Shatha Qamhieh Hashem and Liang Song), Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money, 2020, 66, 1-17.
Accounting Regulations, Enforcement, and Stock Price Crash Risk: Global Evidence in the Banking Industry (with Ming Li, Dean Johnson, Liang Song and Saipeng Xing), Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics, 2019, 15(3), 1-17.
Lending, the Poor, and Islamic Scripture: Islamic Finance versus Welfare Islam, Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 2019, 87(2), 460-482.
Non-interest Income and Bank Lending (with Philip Molyneux and Amine Tarazi), Journal of Banking & Finance, 2018, 87, 411-426.
Heterogeneous Market Structure and Systemic Risk: Evidence from Dual Banking Systems (with Paolo Giudici and Shatha Hashem), Journal of Financial Stability, 2017, 33, 96-119.
Finance-Growth Nexus and Dual-Banking Systems: Relative Importance of Islamic Banks (with Iftekhar Hasan and Amine Tarazi), Journal of Economic Behvior & Organization, 2016, 132, 198-215.
Islamic banking and finance: Recent empirical literature and directions for future research (with Shahid M. Ebrahim, Philip Molyneux, and Amine Tarazi), Journal of Economic Surveys, 2015, 29(4): 637-670.
Risk in Islamic Banking (with Philip Molyneux and Amine Tarazi), Review of Finance, 2013, 17(6), 2035-2096.
- Flood, Farms and Credit: How Bank Ties Keep Farmers, Young and Female, above Water (with Seyed Javad Kashizadeh and Stevevn Ongena), Swiss Finance Institute Research Paper Series 22-52, Swiss Finance Institute.
- The Sale of Failed Banks: The Characteristics of Acquirers – as Well as of the Acquired – Matter (with Amine Tarazi and Lawrence J. White), Available at SSRN
- Formalism versus Purposivism in Islamic Jurisprudence: The Case of Islamic Finance Law, available at SSRN.
Postgraduate courses: Banking & Finance, Econometrics, Alternative Investment
Undergraduate courses: International Banking, Investment
Sara Al Balooshi (University of St Andrews, graduated in 2020)
Caixia Shu (University of St Andrews)
Yeliangzi Zheng (University of St Andrews)