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Professor Miguel Duro is an Associate Professor in the Accounting and Control department and Director of the Center for International Finance (CIF). Professor Duro received a PhD and a M. Phil. in Business (Accounting) from Columbia Business School, an Executive MBA from IESE Business School, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Seville.

He is a Certified International Investor Analyst (CIIA®) with 10 years of experience. He worked in senior management positions for Sybari Software (Microsoft), Pepsi Bottling Group, and Metrovacesa, one of the biggest listed European real estate companies. Currently he works as expert witness in corporate valuation and accounting fraud litigations.

His research focuses on the impact of corporate governance, banking, corporate disclosure and public enforcement in capital markets, earnings management and other accounting attributes. Professor Duro has published several papers at top-tier finance and accounting journals (Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of Accounting Research, Journal of Accounting and Economics, The Accounting Review, etc.). His dissertation on the role of institutional investors in SEC enforcement has received several awards, such as the Nasdaq Educational Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship and the Jerome A. Chazen Institute Doctoral Research Grant.

Research Interests

Enforcement; Corporate Governance; Corporate Disclosure; Banking

Working Papers


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