Sabri Boubaker

Sabri Boubaker

Professor in Finance

Sabri Boubaker
Discipline department
Law, Finance & Control
Teaching area
Finance
Bio
Dr. Sabri Boubaker is a Professor of Finance at EM Normandie and Research Fellow at the Institut de Recherche en Gestion (University of Paris Est). He holds a Ph.D. in Finance from University of Paris Est (2006) and a HDR degree (Habilitation for Supervising Doctoral Research) in 2010 from the same university. Sabri Boubaker has taught various finance courses for undergraduate, graduate and executives at many universities and business schools around the world.

Sabri Boubaker has recently published many academic papers (+80 papers) in international refereed journals, edited many research books and serves on editorial boards as associate editor and subject editor of many finance and management top-tier academic journals. He is the co-founder and co-chair of the annual Paris Financial Management Conference (2013–) and of the Vietnam Symposium in Banking and Finance (VSBF) series (2016–). He is also the President of the International Society for the Advancement of Financial Economics (ISAFE).
Degrees
2010 D.H.D.R., Paris Est University, Créteil, France
2006 PhD in Finance, Paris XII University, Créteil, France
1998 M. Phil in Finance, Institut Supérieur de Gestion Tunis, Tunisia
Professional experience

Since 2019: Professor in Finance, EM Normandie
2015/2019:  Full professor of Finance, South Champagne Business School, Troyes, France  
2012/2015:  Associate professor of Finance, Champagne School of Management, Troyes, France  
2010/2012: Assistant professor of Finance, Champagne School of Management, Troyes, France 
2005/2010: Assistant Professor of Finance, Tunisia State University.
2003/2005: Teaching Assistant, Paris XII Val de Marne University, Créteil, France
 

Sabri Boubaker
Sabri
Boubaker
Professor in Finance
+33 (0)1 81 69 34 47
sboubaker@em-normandie.fr

Publications

Publications

Year of publication

Type

Boubaker, S 2010, “On Controlled Listed Firms: Theories and Empirical Evidence on the French Market”, Habilitation à Diriger de Recherches, Université de Paris Est, Créteil, Val de Marne. 

2010
PhD Dissertation / Accreditation to Supervise Management Research

Boubaker, S 2006,  « Four Essays on the Ownership and Control Structure of French Listed Firms », PhD in Finance, Université de Paris XII Val de Marne. 

2006
PhD Dissertation / Accreditation to Supervise Management Research

Boubaker, S, Clark, E & Meft, S (forthcoming), 'Does the CEO elite education affect firm hedging policies?', Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance. CNRS 3 ; ABS 2.

2020
Academic articles

Boubaker, S, Saadi, S & Sassi, S (à paraitre), ‘External Governance and the Cost of Equity Financing’, Journal of Financial Research. CNRS 3 ; FNEGE 3 ; ABS 3.

2020
Academic articles

Ben Slimane, F, Boubaker, S & Jouini, J (forthcoming), ‘Does the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership contribute to regional integration?’, Journal of Policy Modeling. CNRS 4 ; HCERES : C ; ABS : 2.

2020
Academic articles

Boubaker, S, Chebbi, K, and Grira, J (forthcoming), ‘Top management inside debt and corporate social responsibility: Evidence from the US’, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance. CNRS : 3, HCERES : B ; ABS : 2

2020
Academic articles

Boubaker, S, Comyns, B & Piellex, J (forthcoming), ‘Does It Pay to Invest in Japanese Women? Evidence from the MSCI Japan Empowering Women Index’,  Journal of Business Ethics. CNRS 2 ; FNEGE 1 ; ABS 3.

2020
Academic articles

Boubaker, S, Chourrou, L, Haddar, M & Hamza, T 2019, 'Does employee welfare affect corporate debt maturity?', European Management Journal, vol. 37, no. 5, October, pp. 674-686. CNRS : 3 ; FNEGE 3 ; HCERES : B ; ABS : 2

 

2019
Academic articles

Boubaker, S, Manita, R & Rouatbi, W 2019 'Large shareholders, control contestability and firm productive efficiency', Annals of Operations Research. (online on 27 September), pp. 1-24. CNRS : 2 ; FNEGE 2 ; HCERES : A ; ABS : 3

2019
Academic articles

Mohamed, B, Boubaker, S & Chebbi, K 2018, “CEO Inside Debt and the Value of Excess Cash”, Journal of Applied Accounting Research, vol. 19 (2), pp. 225-244.  ABS 2; ABDC C.

2018
Academic articles