Dr Mohamed Ghaly



Mohamed Ghaly is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Finance at Lancaster University. He joined Lancaster in 2015 after completing his doctoral studies at the University of Manchester. His primary research interest is in the area of corporate finance. He is predominantly interested in examining how firms’ financing and investment choices relate to their strategic behavior in labor and product markets. His current research examines the role that human capital plays in shaping firms’ financing decisions. Other research interests include corporate governance, institutional ownership, shareholder activism, executive compensation, real earnings management, and innovation.

Cash holdings and labor heterogeneity: the role of skilled labor
Ghaly, M., Anh Dang, V., Stathopoulos, K. 10/2017 In: Review of Financial Studies. 30, 10, p. 3636–3668. 33 p.
Journal article

Cash holdings and employee welfare
Ghaly, M., Anh Dang, V., Stathopoulos, K. 08/2015 In: Journal of Corporate Finance. 33, p. 53-70.
Journal article