A selection of published academic papers and work in progress can be found here.
Waheed, A., Pappas, V., and Khan, S-U. (2017) "A comparison of Islamic and conventional insurance demand: Worldwide evidence during the Global Financial Crisis". Research in International Business and Finance, 42, pp. 1401-12
Abou-El-Sood, H., and El-Ansary, O. (2017) "Asset-liability management in Islamic banks: Evidence from emerging markets". Pacific Accounting Review, 29(1), pp. 55-78
Sorwar, G., Pappas, V., Pereira, J., and Nurullah, M. (2016) "To debt or not to debt: Are Islamic banks less risky than conventional banks?". Journal of Economic Behavior and Organisation, 132, pp. 113-126
Alexakis, C., Pappas, V., and Tsikouras, A. (2016) "Hidden cointegration reveals hidden values in Islamic investments". Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, (in press)
Pappas, V., Ongena, S., Izzeldin, M., and Fuertes, A-M. (2016) “A Survival Analysis of Islamic and Conventional Banks”. Journal of Financial Services Research.
Bataa, E., Izzeldin, M., and Osborne, D. (forthcoming) “Changes in the Global Oil Market”. Journal of Energy Economics.
Tsionas, E., Tran, K. (2016) Zero-Inefficiency Stochastic Frontier Models with Varying Mixing Proportion: A Semiparametric Approach, European Journal of Operational Research.
Naz, I., Shah, S., and Kutan, A. (2016) “Do Managers of Sharia-Compliant Firms Have Distinctive Financial Styles?” Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money.
Tsionas, E., (2016) Paremeters measuring bank risk and their estimation, European Journal of Operational Research.
Tsionas, E., Kumbhakar, S. (2015) The good the bad and the technology: Endogeneity in environmental production models, Journal of Econometrics.
Saeed, M., and Izzeldin, M. (2014) “Examining the relation between Risk and Efficiency in Islamic and Conventional Banks”. Journal of Economic Behaviour & Organization.
Tsionas, E., Assaf, A., Matousek, R. (2015) Dynamic Technical and Allocative Efficiencies in European Banking. Journal of Banking and Finance
El-Nahass, M., Izzeldin, M., and Abdelsalam, O. (2013) “Loan Loss provisions, bank valuations and discretion: A comparative study between conventional and Islamic banks”, Journal of Economic Behaviour & Organization.
Johnes, J., Izzeldin, M., and Pappas, V. (2013) “A comparison of Performance of Islamic and Conventional Banks 2004 - 2009”, Journal of Economic Behaviour & Organization.
Johnes, Izzeldin, Pappas, Tsionas, “Measuring Convergence in Islamic and Convectional Banks: Evidence from Global Data”. Working paper
Johnes, Izzeldin, Pappas, “Efficiency in Islamic and Conventional Banks: Evidence from the Gulf Co-operation Council Countries”, Working paper
Kutan A., Naz, I., and Shah, S. “Are Top Managers Important for Firms Performance and Idiosyncratic Risk? Evidence from Sharia- vs Non-Sharia-compliant firms in the UK and Pakistan”. World Economy (forthcoming).