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Professors | Associate Professors | Assistant Professors

  Name:  Georgios Papanastasopoulos
Title:  Assistant Professor
Office:   409 (Main Building)
Phone:  +30 210 414 2659
E-mail:  papanast(-at-)unipi(-dot-)gr

Short CV

Dr. Georgios Papanastasopoulos is Assistant Professor in Accounting at the Department of Business Administration of the University of Piraeus, where he teaches both at the undergraduate and the postgraduate level. Further, he is teaching as a Visiting Lecturer courses in accounting at the Department of Business Administration of the Athens University of Economics and Business (MBA program), at the Hellenic Open University, at the Department of Banking and Financial Management of the University of Piraeus (both at the undergraduate and postgraduate program) and at the Department of Industrial Management of the University of Piraeus (undergraduate program).

He has a ptyhion from the Department of Industrial Management of the University of Piraeus. He holds an M.Sc and a Ph.D from the Department of Banking and Financial Management of the University of Piraeus.

Ηe has also taught as a Visiting Lecturer accounting courses at the Department of Banking and Financial Management of the University of Piraeus (both at the undergraduate and postgraduate program), at the Department of Economics of the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens (undergraduate program), at the School of Electronic and Computer Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens (postgraduate program), at the Department of Economics of the University of Peloponnese (undergraduate program), at the Hellenic Open University (postgraduate program in Banking), at the Department of Accounting of Technological Institute of Piraeus (postgraduate program) and at the Department of Accounting of Technological Institute of Crete (postgraduate program).

His research interests are focused on financial accounting, cost accounting and managerial accounting. His work has been published at various academic journals  (Economic Letters, Economic and Business Letters, European Accounting Review, European Financial Management, British Accounting Review, Finance Research Letters, Investment Management and Financial Innovations, International Journal of Accounting, International Review of Financial Analysis, Management Decision, North American Journal of Economics and Finance, Journal of Economic Asymmetries, Journal of Economic Studies, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money, Review of Accounting and Finance, International Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Performance Evaluation, Mathematical and Computer Modelling) and presented at international conferences. He is also referee at academic journals and research programs. Finally, he has worked as Assistant External Auditor in a big audit firm.

Teaching

  • Financial Statement Analysis (6th semester)
  • Tax Accounting (Elective)
  • Consolidated Financial Statements (Elective)

Publications

  • Bloated Balance Sheets and Stock Returns: Asymmetries between Profit and Loss Firms”, Economic and Business Letters, 2019, vol.8, pp.53-61.
  • “Asymmetries in the Persistence and Pricing of Cash Flows: Evidence from the United Kingdom”, Journal of Economic Asymmetries, Forthcoming, (with Panagiotis Artikis).
  • “Review of Financial Reporting, Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation: a Strategic Perspective by James M. Wahlen, Stephen P. Baginski, Mark Bradshaw”, The International Journal of Accounting, 2018, vol. 53, pp. 161-162.
  • Net Operating Assets and Stock Returns”, Honorary Volume for Professor G. Oikonomou, University of Piraeus, 2017, pp. 193-221 (with Angelliki Karali and Georgios Konstantinou).
  • “Asset Growth Anomaly in Europe: Do Profits and Losses Matter?”, Economics Letters, 2017, vol. 156, pp. 106-109.
  • “Asset Growth and Stock Returns: Evidence from the Greek Stock Market”, Management Decision, 2017, vol. 55, pp. 826-841 (with Angelliki Karali and Georgios Konstantinou).
  • “Managerial Discretion, Net Operating Assets and the Cross-Section of Stock Returns in Europe”, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money, 2017, vol. 47, pp.188-210 (with Dimitrios Thomakos).
  • “Corporate Financing Activities and the Accrual Anomaly”, Finance Research Letters, 2017, vol. 20, pp. 125-129.
  • “The Accrual Anomaly in the Greek Stock Market”, Investment Management and Financial Innovations, 2016, vol.13, pp. 322-333 (with Andreas Tsalas and Dimitrios Thomakos).
  • “Implications of the Cash Component of Earnings for Earnings Persistence and Stock Returns”, The British Accounting Review, 2016, vol. 48, pp. 117-133 (with Panagiotis Artikis).
  • “The Accrual Anomaly in Europe: The Role of Accounting Distortions”, International Review of Financial Analysis, 2015, vol. 41, pp. 176-185 (with Emmanuel Tsiritakis).
  • “Accruals, Growth, Accounting Distortions and Stock Returns: The case of FRS3 in the UK”, North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 2015, vol. 33, pp.39-54.
  • Accruals, Cash Flows, Profit, Losses and the Asset Growth Anomaly”, Honorary Volume for Professor E. Kondylis, University of Piraeus, 2014, pp. 507-539.
  • “Accounting Accruals and Stock Returns: Evidence from European Equity Markets”, European Accounting Review, 2014, vol.23, pp. 729-768.
  • “The Accrual Anomaly in the U.K. Stock Market: Implications of Growth and Accounting Distortions”, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money, 2014, vol. 32, pp. 256-277 (with Leonidas Doukakis).
  • “Corporate Financing Activities, Fundamentals to Price Ratios and the Cross Section of Stock Returns”, Journal of Economic Studies, 2013, vol. 40 (with Dimitrios Thomakos and Tao Wang).
  • “External Financing, Growth and Stock Returns”, European Financial Management, 2012, vol. 18, pp. 790-815 (with Gikas Hardouvelis, Dimitrios Thomakos and Tao Wang).
  • “Accruals and the Performance of Stock Returns Following External Financing Activities”, The British Accounting Review, 2011, vol. 43, pp. 214-229 (with Dimitrios Thomakos and Tao Wang).
  • “Information in Balance Sheets about Future Stock Returns: Evidence from Net Operating Assets”, International Review of Financial Analysis, 2011, vol. 20, pp. 269-282 (with Dimitrios Thomakos and Tao Wang).
  • The Implications of Retained and Distributed Earnings for Future Profitability and Stock Returns”, Review of Accounting and Finance, 2010, vol. 9, pp. 395 – 423 (with Dimitrios Thomakos and Tao Wang).
  • “Using Option Theory and Fundamentals to Assess the Default Risk for Listed Firms”, International Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Performance Evaluation, 2007, vol. 4, pp. 305-331.
  • “Extending the Merton Model: A Hybrid Approach to Assessing Credit Quality”, Mathematical and Computer Modeling, 2007, vol. 46, pp. 47-68 (με Αλέξανδρο Μπένο).

Office Hours

The office hours for the spring semester 2018-2019 are:

  • Monday: 14:30-16:00
  • Friday: 15:30-17:00

Full CV

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