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Pablo de Andrés (PhD from the University of Valladolid, 1995) is Professor of Finance and Head of the Division of Finance at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. He is a Research Member of the European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI) and Honorary Fellow of the Hanken Centre of Accounting, Finance and Governance. He has been Visiting Research Fellow at Harvard University in 2009, Visiting Scholar at Cass Business School (City University London) between 2012 and 2014, and Miguel Dols Fellow at the LSE in 2022. He has been editor of the Spanish Journal of Finance and Accounting (2010-2016) and manager of the National Plan for Research, Development and Innovation in Economics in Spain (2012-2015).

His interest in corporate governance started early in his career, as he was awarded the European Investment Bank Young Researcher Award (1997) for his paper "Financial system models, corporate governance and capital investment in OECD countries: Some stylized facts". He also focused his research on the analysis of financial decisions and real options. Since then, he has published his research in international journals, such as Journal of Corporate Finance, Journal of Banking and Finance, Corporate Governance, Journal of Business Finance & Accounting, International Review of Financial Analysis, Financial Review, Bristish Journal of Management, or Business Research Quarterly among others.

In recent years, he is particularly interested in the interaction between corporate governance, finance and technology. He has created a lab with the startup Collisio Technologies, where a multidisciplinary team conducts research on financing strategies through digital channels and assets.

Current Projects

Financial Strategy and Value (PID2020-118064GB-100) granted by the Spanish Ministry of Economics and Competitiveness.
New paths to finance Innovation (S2015/HUM-3353) granted by the Regional Government of Madrid.

Research Interests

Corporate governance, financial decisions, real options, investment crowdfunding.

Working Papers


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