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Assoc. Prof. Imen KOUKI

Professor

EDUCATION AND DEGREES

  • 2001-2005: Ph.D. Finance, Université Jean-Moulin 3, Lyon, France
  • 1997-1999: Master of Finance, Institut Supérieur de Gestion de Tunis, Tunisia
  • 1993-1997: Degree (B.A), Institut Supérieur de Gestion de Tunis, Tunisia

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Associate Professor, Institut Supérieur de Gestion de Tunis, University of Tunis, Tunisia, September 2020

Assistant Professor, Institut Supérieur de Gestion de Tunis, University of Tunis, Tunisia, September 2015-2020

Assistant Professor, University of Dubai, Dubai, UAE, February 2013-September 2015

Assistant Professor, Emirates College of Technology, Abu Dhabi, UAE, September 2012- january 2013.

Assistant Professor, Institut Supérieur de Gestion de Tunis, University of Tunis, Tunisia, September 2008-2012.

Assistant Professor, Avicenne Private Business School, Tunis, Tunisia, March 2012-June 2012.

Assistant Professor, Institut Supérieur d’informatique et de Gestion de Kairouan, University of Kairouan, Tunisia, September 2007-2008.

Assistant Professor, Institut Supérieur d’informatique et de Gestion de Kairouan, University of Kairouan, Tunisia, September 2002-2007.

Assistant Professor, University of Juridical, Economic Sciences and Management, Jendouba, Tunisia, September 1999-2002.

Consultant, African Development Bank, November 2011-February 2012.

Consultant, African Development Bank, February 2013-March 2013. Taught

Bachelor: International finance, portfolio theory, investment analysis, financial statement analysis, financial accounting, corporate finance, option theory, financial theory and financial market, financial management, finance mathematical, financial institutions and markets, Islamic finance and banking, venture capital, management of financial institutions.

Master: Advanced Corporate Finance, Financial statement analysis and prevision, Business Plan, Behavioural Finance, Islamic Finance, microstructure of financial markets.

Graduate Supervisions: Industry project, Internship, Master’s Thesis & Master’s Project.

TRAINING

  • October-December 2009, Fulbright program, Columbia Business School, USA.

DIPLOMA

  • February 2012, Post Graduate Diploma in Islamic Banking and Insurance, Institute of Islamic Banking and Insurance, UK.

COMMUNITY SERVICE

  • Curriculum review: Review the syllabus of courses
  • Student transfer: Review the curriculum of transferred students
  • Research committee: Organization of seminar research
  • Faculty-student committee: Solving the issues between students and faculty
  • AASCB committee: Preparation of the report for the AASCB accreditation

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Imen Kouki and Ilyes Abid and Khaled Guesmi and Stephane Goutte, (2020) ”Does

Financial inclusion affect the African banking stability?”, Economics Bulletin, Volume 40, Issue 1, pages 863-879.

  1. Thouraya TRIKI, Imen KOUKI, Mouna Ben DHAOU & Pietro CALICE (2017) “Bank regulation and efficiency: what works for Africa?” Research in International Business and Finance, 39, 183–205
  2. Imen KOUKI & Amjad Al NASSER (2017) “The implication of Banking Competition: Evidence from African Countries” .Research in International Business and Finance. Special issue, 39 878–895. Paper has been accepted in
  3. Imen KOUKI &Nizar HARRATHI (2013) “Financial Development and Economic Growth in the North African Region”. African Development Review, 25, No. 4.
  4. Samir, SRAIRI & Imen KOUKI (2012) “Efficiency and performance of Islamic Banks”.

International Journal of Islamic Finance, Vol 4, Issue 2.

  1. Imen KOUKI & Mahfuzul HAQUE (2011) “Trading Volume, Volatility, Order Flow and spread: Evidence of Tunisian dealer” International Journal of Business and Emerging Markets, Volume 3 N°3.
  2. Imen KOUKI, Nizar HARRATHI & Mahfuzul HAQUE (2011) “Volatility spillover among index sector of international market”. Journal of Money, Investment and Banking, Issue
  3. Mahfuzul HAQUE & Imen KOUKI (2011) “Co movements among the Developed and the Emerging Markets”. International Journal of Finance.
  4. Imen KOUKI & Mahfuzul HAQUE (2010) “Volatility Transmission among Developed Stocks Markets” International Journal of Finance, Volume.22, N°1
  5. Mahfuzul HAQUE & Imen KOUKI (2009) “Impact of 911 on the Conditional Time Varying Equity Risk Premium and Correlation: Evidence from Developed Market” Journal of Risk Finance, volume 10 (3).
  6. Imen KOUKI & Mahfuzul HAQUE (2009) “Tunisian Dealer Behavior in FX Market: Pricing Decision” Journal of Emerging Market Finance, volume 8, N°3.
  7. Imen KOUKI& Hélène RAYMOND (2008) “La détermination du dinar tunisien, entre effets de microstructure et interventions de change: une étude intra-journalière des cotations USD/TND et EUR/TND d’un teneur de marché tunisien” Brussels Economic Review, volume 51 (1) SPRING

PAPERS ON PROGRESS

Imen KOUKI, Syrine Ben ROMDHANE, Mokhtar KOUKI “The impact of Tunisian financial automation on efficiency

PAPERS forthcoming

Imen KOUKI & Olivier DAMETTE ” Political influence and banking performance : evidence from the African countries” Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance

PRESENTATIONS

Impact of competition and ownership on African Banking Sector Performance

42nd  International Business Research Conference, Dubai, 1-2 May 2017

The implication of Banking Competition: Evidence from African Countries

3rdInternational Symposium in Computational Economics and Finance, Paris, April, 10- 12, 2014.

Efficiency and performance of Islamic Banks

Symposium of Spanish Economic Association, Malaga, 15-17 December 2011.

Bank regulation and efficiency: what works for Africa?

8th Conference on Risk, Banking and Financial Stability, Indonesia, 23-26 September 2013.

Volatility spillover among index sector of international market

International Finance Conference, IFC6, TUNISIA, Hammamet, 10-12 March 2011.

The Effect of Governance indicator on the performance of 9 Arab Stock Market

Global Academy of Business & Economic Research (GABER), New York, October 2010 Thursday seminar of Economic and finance of LAREQUAD, November, 25th, 2010.

Co movements among the Developed and the Emerging Markets

Academy of Financial Services (AFS) annual conference October 2009, Anaheim, CA- USA.

La détermination du dinar tunisien, entre effets de microstructure et interventions de change: une étude intra-journalière des cotations USD/TND et EUR/TND d’un teneur de marché tunisien.

5th Symposium on Financial Econometric, Paris X Nanterre, November 2006 24st Symposium on Monetary and Banking Economics, June 2007 Rennes.

Trading Volume, Volatility, Order Flow and spread: Evidence of Tunisian dealer.

21st Symposium on Monetary and Banking Economics, June 2004, Nice.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Banking Regulation, Islamic Finance, Development Finance.

Community Service

Curriculum review: Review the syllabus of courses

Student transfer: Review the curriculum of transferred students Research committee: Organize the seminar research

Faculty-student committee: Solve the issues between students and faculty

LANGUAGE

Arabic 100%
English 90%
French 80%
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