PhD (University of Nottingham)
Corporate finance; financial and managerial strategy; entrepreneurial finance; the economics and finance of small-medium sized enterprises; financial economics.
Subject group: Economics & Policy
A Senior Faculty in Management Practice and a member of the Economics Group at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School, Dr Soufani holds a masters degree in Applied Economics and a PhD in Financial Economics.
Dr Soufani has published extensively in economics and finance in areas relating to financial management, corporate restructuring, M&A, private equity, venture capital and family business and the financial and economic affairs of small to medium-sized enterprises. His research also includes work on economic growth and innovation relating to the circular economy and fast-growing markets and economies. His work is widely cited and included in policy reports by organisations such as the EU, OECD and the Institute of Directors. His work has also been cited and published by the World Economic Forum. He sits on the editorial boards of a number of international academic journals. Before joining academia, Dr Soufani worked in investment banking in the area of bond and money market trading. Dr Soufani has been the academic programme director for many Executive Education programmes for major companies and financial institutions as well as government organisations.
Dr Soufani was an Associate Professor of Finance at Concordia University in Canada until April 2013.
Here are a selection of Khaled Soufani''s publications. Please see the "Selected publications" tab above for a more comprehensive list.
Esposito, M., Tse, T. and Soufani, K. (2016) "How businesses can support a circular economy." Harvard Business Review, 1 February 2016
Esposito, M., Soufani, K. and Tse, T. (2016) "Entreprise, consommateur: pourquoi l’économie circulaire est la voie à suivre." Harvard Business Review (France), 11 February 2016
Tse, T., Esposito, M. and Soufani, K. (2015) "How companies can benefit from the circular economy." California Management Review Blog, 4 November
Dbouk, W., Jamali, I. and Soufani, K. (2014) "The effectiveness of technical trading for Arab stocks." Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 50(4): 5-25 (DOI: 10.2753/REE1540-496X500401)
Soufani, K. (2012) "Factoring and invoice financing." In: Cumming, D. (ed.) The Oxford handbook of entrepreneurial finance. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp.558-577
Pavlov, A., Poutziouris, P. and Soufani, K. (2004) "Evaluating flexibility in small business finance." Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance, 9(1): 73-97
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