Richard Simper

Richard Simper

Associate Professor in Financial Economics, Nottingham University Business School, UK.

Education: o 1996 - Ph.D., University of Sheffield Management School. o 1992 - BA (Dual Honors), University of Sheffield Management School and University of North Texas Department of Economics.

Academic appointments: 

  • 2010 -Associate Professor in Financial Economics, Nottingham University Business School. 
  • 2006-2010 - Senior Lecturer in Economics, Loughborough University. 
  • 1999-2006 - Lecturer in Economics, Loughborough University. 
  • 1997-1999 - Alliance and Leicester Research Fellow, Loughborough University. 
  • 1996-1997 - Teaching Associate in Economics, University of Durham. 

Papers published in peer-reviewed journals 

Banking and finance: 

  • Environmental Factors Affecting Hong Kong Banking: A Post-Asian Financial Crisis Efficiency Analysis (co-authored with M.J.B. Hall and K.A. Kenjegalieva), Global Finance Journal, 23, 2012, pp. 184-201.
  • An Approach to Dealing with Negative Numbers in Efficiency Analysis: An Application to the Indonesian Banking Sector (co-authored with M.D. Hadad, M.J.B. Hall, K.A. Kenjegalieva and W. Santoso), Expert Systems with Applications, 39, 2012, pp. 8212-8219. 
  • Banking Efficiency and Stock Market Performance: An Analysis of Listed Indonesian Banks (co-authored with M.D. Hadad, M.J.B. Hall, K.A. Kenjegalieva and W. Santoso), Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 37, 2011, pp. 1-20. 
  • A Productivity Analysis of Eastern European Banking Taking into account Risk Decomposition and Environmental Variables (jointly authored with K.A. Kenjegalieva), Research in International Business and Finance, 25, 2011, pp. 26-38. 
  • Productivity Changes and Risk Management in Indonesian Banking: A Malmquist Analysis (co-authored with M.D. Hadad, M.J.B. Hall, K.A. Kenjegalieva and W. Santoso), Applied Financial Economics, 21, 2011, pp. 847-861. 

Public sector performance measurement: 

  • The Economic Efficiency of Rehabilitative Management in Young Offender Institutions in England and Wales (co-authored with M.J.B. Hall, W.B. Liu and Z. Zhou), Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, 2012.
  • An Alternative to the Weighted Score Card to Measuring Performance: An Analysis of English and Welsh Probation Boards (co-authored with M.J.B. Hall and K.A. Kenjegalieva), Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, 45, 2011, pp. 184-193. 
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