Stefanos Delikouras

Assoc. Professor

Phone:
(305) 284-1864
Locator Code:
6552

 
Career

Education

2013Ph.D. Finance University of Michigan, Ross School of Business
2012M.S. Economics University of Michigan, Department of Economics
2005M.S. Financial Engineering University of Michigan, College of Engineering
2003B.B.A. Banking and Finance University of Piraeus (Athens, Greece)

Professional Experience

2020 - Associate Professor, Finance, Miami Herbert Business School
2013 - 2020Assistant Professor, Finance, Miami Herbert Business School
2008 - 2013Instructor/Research Assistant, University of Michigan, Ross School of Business
2003 - 2008Sales, NS Delikouras & Co (Volos, Greece)
2006 - 2007First Sergeant, Telecoms Division, Greek Army, Marine Corps (Volos, Greece)
2002 - 2002Junior Financial Analyst, M&A Department, Intracom Electronics Industry (Athens, Greece)

Honors & Acknowledgements

EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING AWARD, MASTER IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS PROGRAM, MIAMI HERBERT BUSINESS SCHOOL, 2021
Excellence in Teaching Award, Accelerated MBA Program, Miami Herbert Business School, 2019
Emerging Scholar Award, Miami Herbert Business School, 2019
Flamholtz Award for Academic Excellence during Doctoral Studies, 2012
Rodkey Fellowship and Ross School of Business Scholarship, 2008 - 2012
Fulbright Scholarship, 2004
University of Michigan, College of Engineering Fellowship, 2004
Gerondelis Foundation Fellowship for Graduate Studies in the US, 2004
Research

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: Asset pricing; behavioral finance; financial macroeconomics; household finance; and investor behavior

Publications

With R. Dittmar Do investment-based models explain equity returns? Evidence from Euler equations (Review of Financial Studies,. Accepted, presented at the New Methods for the Cross Section of Returns Conference at the University of Chicago).


With J. Addoum, G. Korniotis, and A. Kumar Income hedging, dynamic style preferences, and return predictability 2055 – 106 (74(4) Journal of Finance. Aug. 2019).


With J. Addoum and G. Korniotis Consumption-income sensitivity and portfolio choice 91-136 (9(1) Review of Asset Pricing Studies. June 2019).


With A. Kostakis A single-factor consumption-based asset pricing model (54(2) Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis. Apr. 2019).


Where’s the kink? Disappointment events in consumption growth and equilibrium asset prices 2851 – 89 (30(8) Review of Financial Studies. Aug. 2017).


With S. Campbell, D. Jiang, and G. Korniotis The human capital that matters: Expected returns and high-income households 2523 (29(9) Review of Financial Studies. Sep. 2016).