Kostas Tzioumis is an Associate Professor of Finance at the Alba Graduate Business School. Prior to joining Alba in 2018, he was a Bank Examiner at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), an independent bureau of the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Dr. Tzioumis has also worked at the World Bank and the London School of Economics. He has several publications in leading academic journals. He received his MSc in accounting and finance, and his PhD in industrial relations from the London School of Economics, where he specialized in personnel economics.
Tzioumis, Konstantinos 2017, “Mortgage mispricing: The case of co-borrowers,” Journal of Urban Economics, Vol. 99, pp. 79-93.
Tzioumis, Konstantinos 2016, “Detecting Discrimination: A Dynamic Perspective,”Journal of Royal Statistical Society (Series A), Vol. 179, pp. 1-20.
Tzioumis, Konstantinos and Matt Gee 2013, “Nonlinear Incentives and Mortgage Officers’ Decisions Economy,” Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 107, pp. 436-453.
Tzioumis, Konstantinos 2008, “Why Do Firms Adopt CEO Stock Options?” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Vol. 68, pp. 100-111.