Péter Szilágyi

Position: 
Head of MSc in Finance Program
Rank: 
Associate Professor

Contact information

Building: 
Nador u. 13
Room: 
405
Phone: 
+36 1 887 5092

Peter Szilagyi is Associate Professor and Head of MSc in Finance at the Department of Economics and Business. He maintains a fellowship at Cambridge Judge Business School, where he served in 2007-2014 and was Director of the MPhil in Finance. He earned his PhD from Tilburg University and held a research fellowship at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. He has been an external fixed-income consultant to the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank, and before entering academia worked for the BBC World Service.

Peter’s research interests include corporate finance, corporate governance, international finance, and law and economics. He is Editor of Elsevier's Journal of Multinational Financial Management, and Subject Editor of Emerging Markets Review and the Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money. He holds one of the first research grants awarded by the SWIFT Institute.

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Recent publications:

Renneboog, L., P.G. Szilagyi and C. Vansteenkiste. 2017. Creditor Rights, Claims Enforcement, and Bond Performance in Mergers and Acquisitions. Journal of International Business Studies 48(2): 174-194.

Batten, J.A., I. Loncarski, P.G. Szilagyi. 2017. When Kamay Met Hill: Organization Ethics in Practice. Journal of Business Ethics (forthcoming).

Batten, J.A., H. Kinateder, P.G. Szilagyi and N. Wagner. 2017. Can Stock Market Investors Hedge Energy Risk? Evidence from Asia. Energy Economics (forthcoming).

Renneboog, L. and P.G. Szilagyi. 2017. How Relevant is Dividend Policy under Low Shareholder Protection? Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money (forthcoming).

Qualification

PhD in Finance, Tilburg University and CentER Graduate School, 2007
MA in Applied Finance, University of Western Sydney, 2003
MA in International Relations and Economics, Corvinus University of Budapest, 2003