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Durham University

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Dr Anthony Kyiu, BCom, MSc, PhD, AFHEA

Assistant Professor (Teaching) in Finance in the Business School

Contact Dr Anthony Kyiu (email at anthony.k.kyiu@durham.ac.uk)

Biography

Anthony Kyiu is an Assistant Professor (Teaching) in Finance at Durham Business School. Anthony has several years of experience in academia having worked at both Heriot-Watt University and the University of Cape Coast, where he was Graduate Teaching Assistant and Adjunct Lecturer at the former and Teaching Assistant at the latter. During this period, he was engaged in developing new modules and also delivering them at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

Mini Biography

Anthony joined Durham Business School in July 2019. Prior to joining, he completed his PhD at Heriot-Watt University, where he was also a Graduate Teaching Assistant and subsequently, an Adjunct Lecturer.

Mini Biography

Anthony joined Durham Business School in July 2019. Prior to joining, he completed his PhD at Heriot-Watt University, where he was also a Graduate Teaching Assistant and subsequently, an Adjunct Lecturer.

Research Groups

Business School

Research Interests

  • Market efficiency
  • Corporate finance
  • Corporate governance
  • Finance in developing and emerging markets

Publications

Chapter in book

  • Kyiu, A. K., Kwansa, N. A., Paterson A. S., Arshed N. & Danson, M. (2016). Critical reflections of academic literature. In Research Methods for Accounting and Finance. Paterson, A. S, Leung, D., Jackson, W. J., MacIntosh, R. & O’Gorman, K. Oxford: Goodfellow Publishers.
  • Salhin, A., Kyiu, A. K., Taheri, B., Valantasis-Kanellos, C. & Konig, C. (2016). Quantitative data gathering methods and techniques. In Research Methods for Accounting and Finance. Paterson, A. S., Leung, D., Jackson, W. J., MacIntosh, R. & O’Gorman, K. Oxford: Goodfellow Publishers.