Department of Commerce, Finance and Shipping
Cyprus University of Technology
Neophytos Lambertides is Assistant Professor in Finance in the Department of Commerce, Finance and Shipping. He received his undergraduate degree (BSc) in Mathematics and Statistics from the University of Cyprus and postgraduate degree (MSc) in Financial Mathematics from the University of Warwick. He received his PhD in Finance from the University of Cyprus. He was designated as a Visiting Scholar at Columbia Business School in 2006 and he is research fellow at University of Leeds. Prior to joining the faculty at CUT, he was lecturer in finance at Aston Business School. He is working in the area of asset pricing and valuation specialized on the information content of growth options.
His current research relates to multiples valuation, growth opportunities and default risk models.
Charitou A, N Lambertides, L Trigeorgis (2011) Distress Risk, Growth and Earnings Quality. Abacus 47: 158-181.
Chelley-Steeley P, N Lambertides, CS Savva(2013) Liquidity Shocks and Stock Co-movements: New Evidence using Smooth Transition. Journal of Empirical Finance 23: 1-15.
Charitou A, N Lambertides, G Theodoulou(2011) Dividend Increases and Initiations and Default Risk in Equity Returns. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis 46: 1521–1543.